Max Q: Welcome to the era of MaaS (microgravity-as-a-service)

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Hello and welcome back to Max Q!

In this issue:

The International Space Station has a monopoly on in-space research, but the huge surge of interest in commercial space is starting to change that. Atmos Space Cargo, a German startup, is looking to open up the opportunities for life sciences research and manufacturing in orbit with its return capsules that will deliver cargo from space back to Earth.

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Atmos CEO Sebastian Klaus. Image Credits: Atmos Space Cargo (opens in a new window)

Launcher’s Orbiter spacecraft experienced an anomaly after reaching orbit that will likely result in the premature end of its customers’ missions, including Starfish Space’s Otter Pup demonstration mission.

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Image Credits: Launcher

In other news…

 

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