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First NASA Soyuz TMA-11 documents by Pat Flannery
More info from James Oberg http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/may08/6229 This is interesting: "However, a suggestive detail in the postlanding photography, a...
May 17th 08 10:33 AM
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Marshall Space Flight Center Employees Starting To Crack by kT
Marshall Space Flight Center Employees Starting To Crack under the strain of the WORLD'S DUMBEST ROCKET - Ares...
May 16th 08 07:14 AM
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Statistics about launch vehicle failures? by Michael BŁker
Hi! For a presentation I'm about to hold at my university, I would like to know the ratio of succesful and failed cargo launches in the history of...
May 15th 08 10:45 PM
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AWST Reports on details of Chinese Fall spacewalk by [email protected][_1_]
Looks like 3 will take the ride. Wearing suits that "look like" Orlan knockoffs but the chinese vehemently deny, and are all newly designed by Chinese specs. ...
May 15th 08 09:57 PM
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Aerospace Projects Review can now be downloaded by [email protected]
I've now made Aerospace Projects Review available as a downloadable magazine as well as a CD-ROM magazine. You can order both a new subscription and all back...
May 15th 08 03:23 PM
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LBJ and space travel by [email protected]
I remember reading that LBJ said that, once we'd landed on the moon, the USA could get to work on domestic problems. The clear implication appeared to be...
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May 14th 08 08:20 PM
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Nasa Animations: Who's the animator? by Joseph Nebus
I've been watching 'Failure Is Not An Option', about Mission Control, on the History International channel. Among the stock footage used, particularly for...
May 13th 08 05:58 PM
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Air resistance by [email protected]
I've been writing a computer simulation for a small satellite launcher, and have discovered a mistake in my code! The mistake isn't quite relevant to the...
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May 12th 08 09:56 AM
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Pilar busted by Operation Sudden Fall by [email protected]
Law enforcement is now intercepting text messages, as proven by Operation Sudden Fall in San...
May 11th 08 04:07 PM
by Pat Flannery Go to last post
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Discovery Astronauts Take Part In Practice Launch Countdown by spacearium
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - The crew of space shuttle Discovery's upcoming STS-124 mission boarded the orbiter on the launch pad today for a practice countdown...
May 11th 08 01:46 AM
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Y A O H ŕ S H U A FACTS SHOCKING BUT TRUE! 1. The real, original and genuine Name of our Creator in the original Hebrew Holy Scriptures is 'YAO-HOO'...
May 10th 08 01:31 PM
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40th Anniversary of 2001:A Space Odyssey by Al
Forty years ago today in D.C. . Technology detected in the film still as good as gold.... but still probably 50 to 100 years off in the future.
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May 9th 08 09:05 PM
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Soyuz TMA-11 Comes Home, More or Less... by Dale Carlson
Soyuz TMA-11 with Yi So-yeon, Yuri Malenchenko and Peggy Whitson has landed in Kazakhstan, 400 km from its intended landing spot. Was this another ballistic...
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May 9th 08 03:07 PM
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Historic Cape Launch Tower Demolished (With Video Clip) by spacearium
Here's a short video I took of the SLC-40 launch tower...
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May 8th 08 04:26 PM
by Gene DiGennaro Go to last post
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*That* stock footage: who used it first? by Joseph Nebus
Assignment: Earth was this weekend's _Star Trek_ Remastered New Special Effects edition, and while there was apparently too much stock footage of the Apollo...
May 8th 08 12:37 AM
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Mars as seen from 1939 by Pat Flannery
http://blog.modernmechanix.com/2008/05/06/what-you-would-find-on-mars/ Pat
May 7th 08 07:02 PM
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Historic NASA video in HD by Pat Flannery
NASA will be releasing 100 hours of historic film footage from the space age tomorrow in High Definition video. You can see some previews...
May 6th 08 07:08 PM
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South Korean Astronaut has severe back pain after rough landing by M
South Korea's first astronaut Yi So-Yeon has been admitted to hospital with severe back pains caused by her rough return voyage to Earth, officials said...
May 6th 08 03:12 PM
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Whitson describes Soyuz landing by Pat Flannery
And sounds pretty iffy: http://spaceflightnow.com/station/exp16/080502peggywhitson.html Confirms the smoke inside the spacecraft before landing. And despite...
May 5th 08 11:51 PM
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Historic Cape Launch Tower Demolished (With Video Clip) by Alan Erskine[_2_]
Those interested will find images of the F-104 in alt.binaries.pictures.aviation right now - McDill has three!
May 5th 08 06:58 AM
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