The Manchester, UK based-Museum of Science & Industry has teamed with the University of Manchester to exhibit a history of China’s aerospace development including that country’s space programme.
Archive | January, 2010
Considering how NASA repeatedly fails to get any significant Congressional support for its programmes – president George Bush’s failure to get the budget increases he wanted when his party controlled Congress being a big example – it is this blogger’s guess that the recent statements from politicians opposing the Obama spaceflight vision will see no follow through and no successful challenge
The European Space Agency is to fund parallel industrial studies to examine how ESA can contribute to human space exploration over the next 20 years with particular focus on risks, life cycle costs, enabling technologies and strategic value
From satellite-enabled radio and TV to climate tracking, space has become a “ubiquitous capability in our lifetime,” as Edward Crawley puts it. But he also notes there is uncertainty about the future of U.S. spaceflight, which closely follows the “cadence” of political elections. Symposium panelists both predict and suggest directions the nation’s public and private space programs might take.
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Is it going to be the 27 January state of the union address or will a 1 February statement accompanying the fiscal year 2011 budget request reveal the new president Barack Obama spaceflight vision?
Coverage of a new European rocket commonly referred to as Ariane 6 is slowly building momentum and much of this slow burn excitement is due to the belief that the new launcher will replace the Ariane 5. But it is likely it won’t
NASA is to investigate a VASIMIR propelled lunar tug concept according to a procurement synopsis it published last week
Following Space Exploration Technologies’ Elon Musk’s salvo the Commercial Space Flight Federation has also responded to the NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel comments on commercial launch providers
Is this going to see the big new vision annoucement?
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