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Mining the moon for rocket fuel to get us to Mars by Jeff Findley[_6_]
First, this isn't my "subject", it's the title of this article: Mining the moon for rocket fuel to get us to Mars May 14, 2017 8.04pm EDT ?Updated May 18,...
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June 7th 17 05:58 PM
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GSLV III Successful Launch by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
India has successfully launched their GSLV III booster. This is a rocket in roughly the same class as the Falcon 9, with a payload of 4 tonnes to GTO. The...
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June 7th 17 04:53 PM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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SpaceX to launch next X-37B mission for USAF by Jeff Findley[_6_]
SpaceX Falcon 9 To Launch Next X-37B Mission Jun 7, 2017 James Drew - Aerospace Daily & Defense...
June 7th 17 01:21 PM
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Plasma propulsion for aircraft and spacecraft. by Robert Clark[_5_]
Plasma propulsion could eventually become effective and useful for higher altitude aviation, airships and eventually space access. brian wang | May 20,...
June 3rd 17 07:04 PM
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First Private Moon Landing Gears Up for Launch by Year's End by [email protected]
"Down by the hard-packed beaches at the edge of the country, the rumble of rocket launches has defined Florida's Space Coast for more than half a century. But...
June 2nd 17 07:45 PM
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Reusable Laser Launcher by William Mook[_2_]
A 50.0 MW laser beam energising a rocket with a jet power of 35.7 MW produces a laser energised rocket to create a 20,572 mph exhaust jet from inert material...
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June 2nd 17 12:09 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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Space will be unusable in 20 years unless junk is cleaned up says expert by [email protected]
"Space will be unusable within 20 years unless something is done to clean up the 170 million pieces of debris orbiting the Earth and constantly growing in...
June 1st 17 11:32 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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US Military's XS-1 Space Plane Will Be Built by Boeing (Video) by [email protected]
"The U.S. military's new XS-1 space plane will be built by Boeing, and it's called the Phantom Express. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)...
June 1st 17 11:27 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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Rocket Lab's 'Electron' Marks First Orbital-Class Launch From aPrivate Pad by [email protected]
"Rocket Lab, a California-based spaceflight company with its roots in New Zealand, just launched its two-stage Electron rocket for the first time. The small...
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June 1st 17 11:14 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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NASA Announces SLS/Orion Flight Slide by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
OK, it's official. NASA has owned up to the claim by GAO that there is no way they can have first flight of SLS/Orion in 2018, whether it is manned or...
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May 22nd 17 04:46 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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RD-180 relplacement by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
I'm confused. The program to replace the RD-180 is focused on engines with around 400,000 lb thrust at sea level. This focuses them on the AR-1...
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May 17th 17 10:59 PM
by Greg \(Strider\) Moore Go to last post
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Blue Origin accident by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
A month or two ago Blue Origin got their first full BE-4 engine put together (and I think there were a couple more right behind that, so they may have gotten...
May 16th 17 01:48 AM
by Jeff Findley[_6_] Go to last post
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SpaceX first DOD flight underway by Jeff Findley[_6_]
SpaceX's first DOD flight is underway. Since they weren't allowed to cover the 2nd stage, the long range camera followed the first stage all the way from...
May 10th 17 02:07 AM
by Allen Meece Go to last post
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the kelly identical twins by bob haller
a study just complete prove long term stays in orbit cause dna changes
May 7th 17 06:21 PM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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Advanced Machine Tools and open source software for Aerospace by William Mook[_2_]
Over the next three to five years we will see the spread of machine tools and software that make aerospace components, and aerospace flight hardware very...
May 7th 17 01:59 PM
by William Mook[_2_] Go to last post
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L.I.F.E. by jacob navia
This is a good film, showing us the dire consequences of bringing mars samples back to earth. A good movie actually, much better than "Alien". NASA has...
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May 4th 17 10:47 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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Giant leap for mankind ! by William Mook[_2_]
Orbital ATK carries less than 8 metric tons to...
April 30th 17 06:47 AM
by William Mook[_2_] Go to last post
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Meanwhile, China's Space Program Marches On by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
We pay a lot of attention here to what is going on in the US (and to a lesser extent Europe). Meanwhile, China is continuing to develop its own national space...
April 24th 17 11:26 AM
by Jeff Findley[_6_] Go to last post
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Emdrive might change the law of inertia (for the Earth too!) by Non Newtonian Propulsion
For the fact that action reaction violation need the change of the first law of newtonian inertia and for the fact that is in contact with the terrestrial...
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April 21st 17 10:28 PM
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SLS launches likely delayed by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
Looks like NASA's first two launches of the SLS for their lunar tests will be delayed by a year or more. That means SpaceX will almost certainly be there...
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April 21st 17 01:09 AM
by Alain Fournier[_3_] Go to last post
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