- NASA UFO panel in first public meeting says better data neededWorld ·
May 31, 2023 · 3:57 PM UTC
The first public meeting of a NASA panel studying what the government calls "unidentified aerial phenomena," kicked off on Wednesday to discuss findings since its formation last year.
- WorldNew Zealand launches space policy, notes growing strategic competition
New Zealand on Wednesday launched a space policy for the country, outlining the growing geopolitical risks associated with space and the need to work with like-minded partners to protect the country’s national security.
- ScienceSouth Korea cancels third launch of homegrown rocket due to technical problems
South Korea cancelled the third flight of its homegrown space rocket on Wednesday because of technical problems hours before a launch that was meant to mark a significant step in its burgeoning space programme.
- SpaceSpain's PLD Space plans first rocket launch before the end of May
Spanish company PLD Space plans to launch its first private suborbital reusable rocket before the end of this month, it said on Thursday, with a view to eventually entering the market for putting small satellites in space.