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sci.space.news feedon holiday? by Brian Gaff
Not seen anything for sometime. Brian -- ----- - This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from... The Sofa of Brian...
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August 11th 16 05:41 PM
by Jeff Findley[_6_] Go to last post
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If they find Soyuz has a major systems fault after the latest 'landing'... by Alan Erskine[_2_]
What if it takes more than two years to fix? The shuttle won't be in service after that either. What about the crew currently on the ISS?
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April 25th 08 05:15 AM
by Greg D. Moore \(Strider\) Go to last post
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Trends in space station design, weight versus volume by Ian Davies
Here's an interesting table, showing the mass (in metric tonnes) and habitable volume (in cubic metres) of various space stations, and hence how many cubic...
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February 27th 08 05:23 AM
by Rand Simberg[_1_] Go to last post
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NASA culture worse than industry? by Danny Dot
Two commissions have written up that NASA culture is a major cause of our two shuttle accidents. They site that engineers are afraid to speak up as part of...
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November 26th 06 10:08 PM
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Kommersant: Russia and U.S. Share Space on Soyuz by Jim Oberg
http://www.kommersant.com/page.asp?id=639930 Kommersant: Russia and U.S. Share Space on Soyuz by Ivan Safronov // Space cooperation At the end of last week,...
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January 13th 06 09:49 PM
by Thomas Lee Elifritz Go to last post
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Drag on ISS by Allen Thomson
Anybody know why the mean altitude has been decreasing somewhat rapidly in the past while? http://www.heavens-above.com/issorbitheight.asp Solar activity?...
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December 1st 04 04:08 AM
by Bill the Cat Go to last post
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Water crisis at ISS, a stupid suggestion by Explorer8939
There is a lack of water at ISS, mostly because there's no urine processor on board. There is a water condensate collector, which is helping to reclaim some...
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October 8th 04 09:29 PM
by Ian Stirling Go to last post
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NASA leaders weigh impact of hurricanes on return to flight plans by Jacques van Oene
Melissa Mathews/Allard Beutel Headquarters, Washington Oct. 1, 2004 (Phone: 202/358-1272/4769) RELEASE: 04-328 NASA LEADERS WEIGH IMPACT...
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October 15th 04 12:56 AM
by Derek Lyons Go to last post
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Iss fuel reserve by Allen Thomson
I've gathered the ISS On-Orbit Status reports for the past couple of years, and it appears as if the total on-board fuel supply has been kept between 3500 and...
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July 27th 04 12:58 AM
by Explorer8939 Go to last post
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ISS in "Moon" role? by Peter Altschuler
Could the ISS be used as a go-between for future moon missions? I heard that the inclination of the station makes this impossible. Is this true? If so, could...
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January 15th 04 08:20 PM
by Hobbs aka McDaniel Go to last post
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ISS Safe Haven? by Explorer8939
The NASA Return to Flight report mentions that ISS should have some sort of safe haven that would allow a Shuttle crew to survive at ISS for 84 days. However,...
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January 6th 04 10:25 PM
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Habitability of station to 2005 ? by Manfred Bartz
John Doe writes: .... And if the shuttle must remain grounded until 2005, does the ATV then become a serious possibility to help...
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April 22nd 05 11:41 AM
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Sound comes from inside by John Doe
During an interview with russian media this morning, Sacha was asked about the noises. He joked that it must be a ghost, but then added that the sound...
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April 29th 04 06:17 PM
by JimO Go to last post
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Malthusian Theory and Travel Beyond Earth Orbit by Joann Evans
John Maxson wrote: What's the projected world population by the time we expect to have completely replaced the space shuttle for ISS trips? Does a...
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August 14th 03 09:34 AM
by Kent Betts Go to last post
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A red moon after all? by aniram
It is amazing that one of the historical breaking news of human kind is hardly mentioned by the biggest, loud mouth, bully media in the world. I wonder if...
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October 22nd 03 12:22 AM
by Hognoxious Go to last post
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ESA ATVs by Nikolaj Ravn Hansen
Will the grouded Shuttles have any impact on the planned launch of the first ATV 'Jules Verne'? The last thing I saw mentioned was a planned launch...
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May 3rd 04 08:41 PM
by Daniel S. Wing Go to last post
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Titan Question Via the Moon by MIKE
Isn't Titan answered the question that it is possible to make a moon have an atmosphere. Do you think we could ever make the moon have an atmosphere once...
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January 31st 05 12:32 AM
by Brad Guth Go to last post
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Martian Quarantine Facility by sh'maal
Has anyone seen a press release regarding JSC starting construction of the $4M Martian crew quarantine facility? With all the silliness in the paper recently...
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December 6th 04 04:20 AM
by Bill the Cat Go to last post
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Manned Soyuz Missions from Kourou -- Top problems? by Jim Oberg
As I recall, the primary challenges for launching a human Soyuz spacecraft aboard a Soyuz booster from the facilities at Kourou are twofold:...
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January 7th 05 08:25 PM
by Derek Lyons Go to last post
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Sounds like a progress. Havent they been around for many years? Why not test it in the US? We should have a big enough chamber. Oh well this is how so many...
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July 20th 03 05:03 AM
by Kevin Willoughby Go to last post
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