Monthly Archives: January 2014

Russia Considers to Doing Nothing in Space

They’re considering building a booster larger than the Space Launch System. If approved, it will tie up their resources for up to a decade.

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Two in a row!

SpaceX lofted another spacecraft to Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit, only weeks after its previous flight.

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Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Report out

The Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel was created in the wake of the Apollo 1 fire. They report annually on how NASA is doing on safety issues. The 2013 report is out, and the section dealing with risk seems to echo … Continue reading

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Most Famous Photo

Apollo 8′s Earthrise picture has been cited many times as one of the most important photos ever taken. In celebration of its anniversary NASA put together this description of how it happened, talked about in this article. They seem to … Continue reading

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