Spacecraft Stocks List

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Spacecraft Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
Jan 30 NOC Northrop Grumman names Stephen O'Bryan as head of global business development
Jan 30 NOC Northrop Grumman Elects Stephen O’Bryan Corporate Vice President and Global Business Development Officer; David Perry to Retire
Jan 30 VSAT Viasat Sets February 7, 2023 for Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2023 Financial Results Conference Call and Webcast
Jan 30 HEI.A Is HEICO Corporation (HEI-A) Stock Trading at a Discount?
Jan 30 HEI Is HEICO Corporation (HEI-A) Stock Trading at a Discount?
Jan 30 MAXR European Gas Prices Swing as Traders Track Demand, Stockpiles
Jan 29 TAYD Taylor Devices (NASDAQ:TAYD) Is Doing The Right Things To Multiply Its Share Price
Jan 27 NOC Caterpillar, GE lead weekly gains in big-cap industrials
Jan 27 NOC Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) Q4 2022 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 27 NOC $1000 Invested In This Stock 15 Years Ago Would Be Worth $5,400 Today
Jan 27 NOC Defense Execs Are Talking Up High Demand. The Stock Market Isn’t Buying It.
Jan 27 VSAT Weibo and Viasat have been highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
Jan 27 NOC Northrop Grumman downgraded to Market Perform at Cowen on B-21 costs
Jan 27 MAXR Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights Iridium, Maxar and EchoStar
Jan 27 VSAT Bear of the Day: Viasat, Inc. (VSAT)
Jan 27 NOC Northrop Grumman Full Year 2022 Earnings: Beats Expectations
Jan 27 MAXR Weather in Europe to Turn Milder Than Expected Next Week
Jan 27 NOC Falls Church-based Northrop Grumman raises 2023 revenue guidance on 'strong recent global demand growth'
Jan 26 NOC Northrop Grumman (NOC) Q4 2022 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 26 NOC Northrop Grumman expects first of 5 B-21 stealth bomber orders from Air Force in 2023

A spacecraft is a vehicle or machine designed to fly in outer space. Spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including communications, earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exploration, and transportation of humans and cargo. All spacecraft except single-stage-to-orbit vehicles cannot get into space on their own, and require a launch vehicle (carrier rocket)
On a sub-orbital spaceflight, a space vehicle enters space and then returns to the surface, without having gone into an orbit. For orbital spaceflights, spacecraft enter closed orbits around the Earth or around other celestial bodies. Spacecraft used for human spaceflight carry people on board as crew or passengers from start or on orbit (space stations) only, whereas those used for robotic space missions operate either autonomously or telerobotically. Robotic spacecraft used to support scientific research are space probes. Robotic spacecraft that remain in orbit around a planetary body are artificial satellites. Only a handful of interstellar probes, such as Pioneer 10 and 11, Voyager 1 and 2, and New Horizons, are on trajectories that leave the Solar System.
Orbital spacecraft may be recoverable or not. By method of reentry to Earth they may be divided in non-winged space capsules and winged spaceplanes.
Humanity has achieved space flight but only a few nations have the technology for orbital launches: Russia (RSA or "Roscosmos"), the United States (NASA), the member states of the European Space Agency (ESA), Japan (JAXA), China (CNSA), India (ISRO), Taiwan (National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology, Taiwan National Space Organization (NSPO), Israel (ISA), Iran (ISA), and North Korea (NADA).

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