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Meet The Nuclear-Powered Self-Driving Drone NASA Is Sending To A MoonOf Saturn by [email protected]
"On the face of it, NASA's newest probe sounds incredible. Known as Dragonfly, it is a dual-rotor quadcopter (technically an octocopter, even more technically...
Yesterday 06:33 PM
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James Webb Space Telescope vs SLS by Alain Fournier[_3_]
Both the James Webb Space Telescope and SLS are scheduled for 2021. I think that SLS has a higher likelihood of schedule slip than JWST because the purpose...
Yesterday 12:29 PM
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Interview John Bilcow on the Work to a Next Generation Space Station by [email protected]
Would this thing actually be worth the huge amount on money needed to build it? "Gateway Foundation has plans to build a circular space station that can hold...
September 1st 19 08:10 PM
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NASA confirms mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa to explore its icy oceans by [email protected]
"NASA has confirmed a mission to Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter, will indeed happen. The mission was initially explored starting in 2017, with the space...
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August 24th 19 11:25 PM
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Dynamic Vacuum Model & Casimir Cavity Experiments by David Spain
A paper from this past June. Dr. Harold "Sonny" White at Eagleworks is still at it. He's been speculating about Casimir Effect Thrusters with some very...
August 22nd 19 02:50 PM
by David Spain Go to last post
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Advanced propulsion technology? Or BS? by [email protected]
According to: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/28729/docs-show-navy-got-ufo-patent-granted-by-warning-of-similar-chinese-tech-advances "the Chief...
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August 10th 19 11:35 PM
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Where is this located? by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_Airlock_Module Apparently this is being launched on the next Dragon flight. But I'm curious where it will be...
August 7th 19 02:55 PM
by Anthony Frost Go to last post
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Artemis 3 Mission in 2024 by Scott Kozel
Anyone want to predict whether this will actually happen in 2024? It would be interesting for sure. Artemis 3 (previously the Exploration Mission-3 or EM-3),...
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August 5th 19 05:03 PM
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Senate Launch System continues to delay development by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/08/rocket-scientist-says-that-boeing-squelched-work-on-propellant-depots/ Basically, NASA is so invested in SLS they...
August 4th 19 03:35 PM
by Jeff Findley[_6_] Go to last post
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CO In Your Coffee? : Weird Space Hazards - Vol. 1 by David Spain
"Carbon Monoxide Release from Whole Bean Roasted Coffee in Storage" McCarrick Letter Neal Jul-2019 Abstract: Industrial coffee producers have experienced a...
August 2nd 19 11:05 AM
by William Elliot[_4_] Go to last post
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NASA Needs New Spacesuits by David Spain
An article from WKMG Channel 6 (Orlando?)... https://www.clickorlando.com/moon-landing/nasa-needs-new-spacesuits-heres-whats-being-done-about-it Dave
July 30th 19 09:22 PM
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Two Starships in "bolas" rotation by Niklas Holsti
The SpaceX plans for the first Mars trips involve two Starships making the trip at the same time. The SpaceX videos show a Starship flying alone, in a fixed...
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July 26th 19 07:44 PM
by Niklas Holsti Go to last post
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Starhopper's Short Hop Video Links by David Spain
Some links to Starhopper's first flight. Kudos to Niklas Holsti for the first link. From on-board: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaBMqs1z9cc From the...
July 26th 19 05:07 PM
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Cargo Dragon 2 vehicles will be purpose built (not reflown crew vehicles) by Jeff Findley[_6_]
On Twitter, Chris G (of the NASA Spaceflight .com website) said that SpaceX has confirmed that cargo Dragon 2 vehicles will be purpose built for the role and...
July 24th 19 07:27 PM
by Jeff Findley[_6_] Go to last post
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SpaceX Capsule Explosion by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
With the investigation roughly 80% complete SpaceX believes they know what caused the explosion during a pad test in April. The current pressurization design...
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July 22nd 19 03:21 PM
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Commercial Crew by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
NASA has reportedly updated its launch dates for Commercial Crew missions. The Starliner unmanned orbital test is now manifested for September (the original...
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July 19th 19 12:14 PM
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Gerstenmaier Out As HEOMD Associate Administrator by Jeff Findley[_6_]
Gerstenmaier Out As Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate Associate...
July 13th 19 08:54 PM
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SpaceX Dragon 2 capsule destroyed in abort motor ground test by Jeff Findley[_6_]
Accident Claims SpaceX Dragon Abort Test Capsule Apr 21, 2019 Irene Klotz - Aerospace Daily & Defense...
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July 12th 19 08:30 AM
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Orion Max Q abort test by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
Apparently the Boeing Starliner is the only manned capsule not being required to do a full up Max Q abort test. I just saw that the test for Orion is...
July 6th 19 04:03 AM
by David Spain Go to last post
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Falcon Heavy transporter-erector by Snidely
Does anyone have more "size" data for the FH TE than that is 212 feet tall? I understand it is winched up the ramp at Pad 39A, and that railroad-style rails...
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July 5th 19 01:13 PM
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