Monthly Archives: June 2010

SpaceX- Post flight analysis

Great interview with Ken Bowersox of SpaceX from Spaceflight Now’s “This Week in Space”

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Lockheed Martin’s new supersonic cruiser

I’m drooling…What a great design… I’ve got to get to work on an LPR version of this. What do you think? “This supersonic cruise concept is among the designs presented in April 2010 to the NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate … Continue reading

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RockOn! launch photo

Launch Photo from this weeks RockOn! launch at Wallops

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John Glenn on the future of manned spaceflight

Senator John Glenn is weighing in on the future of manned spaceflight. “These are critical days for the future of Manned Space Flight. Conflicting views and advice come to the President and Congress from every quarter in the aerospace and … Continue reading

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RockOn!

UPDATE: Live Broadcast of Launch 2010 RockOn Recipe: Put together 80 Students and Professors 18 experiments and a 35 ft tall rocket Mix together and launch on June 24th from Wallops Island Here is a video wrap-up of the 2009  RockOn … Continue reading

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Who the heck were GIRD?

This is part of the continuing “Who the Heck is” series G.I.R.D. (Gruppa Izucheniya Reaktivhogo Dvizheniya) translated “Group for the Investigation of Reactive Motion” GIRD was the world’s first large professional rocketry program. It was started on September 15th 1931 … Continue reading

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Soyuz TMA-19 heads to pad

UPDATE: Great launch ! here is the video Liftoff is scheduled for 5:35 pm EDT on June 15th 2010. You can view the launch live on NASA TV. 4 p.m. (EDT)- Video Feed of the ISS Expedition 24 Crew Final … Continue reading

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