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December 19, 2005

ANN Special Feature -- Tom Poberezny Looks Back at 2005 and Forward to 2006 (Part 1 of 2): 12.20.05

It was an interesting year for the Aero-Biz... and few organizations had as big a stake in 2005 as did EAA.

EAA Boss Tom Poberezny went through the year, warts and

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Not Again! SpaceX Launch Scrubbed

Will Try Again In 2006

Aero-News has learned the planned launch of SpaceX's Falcon 1 rocket has been scrubbed for a second time, and it will be 2006 before another attempt is made.

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First Images Received From British Consortium's TopSat Satellite

May Offer Significantly Less-Expensive Future Space Missions

The first high resolution images of the Earth transmitted by TopSat, the micro-satellite designed and built by a consortium of British firms led by QinetiQ, have been received at QinetiQ's West Freugh ground station.

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Russians Have Space Plane On Drawing Board

If Only They Had The Rubles To Build It...

Scientists at the Moscow Institute have designed an aircraft capable of carrying passengers from Moscow to Paris in 20 minutes, and all the way to New York in less than an hour... if only they had the money to build it.

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Plutonium-Powered Pluto Probe Put On Pad

Liftoff Scheduled After Jan. 17

The world's first-ever mission to Pluto is closer to launch as the New Horizons probe was moved to Launch Complex 41 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The interplanetary spacecraft was moved to the pad -- where it will be installed atop its Atlas V booster rocket -- under heavy security Saturday morning.

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