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Wed, Apr 01, 2015

04.01.15 Special: David Bowie Next Space Tourist

Says He Can Do A Better Job Of “Space Oddity” Than Hadfield

ANN’s April 1st “April Fool” Special Edition Glam-pop legend David Bowie has moved to Russia to begin training as the next tourist to visit ISS, and he has a very specific reason for visiting the orbiting outpost.

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Wed, Apr 01, 2015

04.01.15 Special: Roscosmos Sues Boeing, SpaceX

Tries To Prevent Launches From Returning To American Soil

The Russian Space Agency Roscosmos has filed a lawsuit in a Russian court against Boeing and SpaceX, saying the two U.S. companies represent unfair competition for their transport business to the International Space Station.

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Wed, Apr 01, 2015

04.01.15 Special: NASA Has Resolved The Problem With PMS

NASA Reveals PMS As A PC Solution For Measuring Planet Size

ANN’s April 1 “April Fools” Special Edition As announced recently in an ANN report, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is getting set to begin its study of the dwarf planet Ceres. Since that report, problems have arisen with the project that are serious, but not of a technical nature.

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Tue, Mar 31, 2015

Aero-TV: Bird's Eye View - A Model Aviation FPV Primer

Pretty Darned Close To Being RIGHT There... FPV Offers Exciting Possibilities

While at eFest 2015, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, took the time to talk with Jack Marck, the foam category marketing manager for Horizon Hobby. When we use the word “foam,” we’re talking about extremely light-weight RC model airplanes that are constructed out of various types of plastic foams. The subject of this discussion was all about FPV.

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Tue, Mar 31, 2015

Airborne 03.31.15: Martian Marathon, B-52 To Oshkosh!, FAA Go-Around SAFO

Also: Aero-Calendar 03.31.15, Flower Town's UAV Ban, More Cockpit Access Updates, Chinook Rebuild, Airport tax Hikes, V280 On Display

There was no tape draped across a finish line, but NASA is celebrating a win. The agency's Mars Exploration Rover, Opportunity, completed its first Red Planet marathon last week of 26.219 miles. It’s time from start to finish was roughly 11 years and two months. It’s reported that the rover team at JPL plans a marathon-length relay run at the laboratory next week to celebrate. EAA has already announced a number of spectacular aircraft that are planned to show up at AirVenture 2015, and now they tell us that we will have a chance to stomp around a Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber. The Stratofortress is celebrating its 60th year in service and this marks the first time a B-52 will be on ground display during event. The FAA has issued a Safety Alert For Operators encouraging air carriers to incorporate scenario-based go-around traini

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Tue, Mar 31, 2015

Russia Says It Is In Talks With The U.S. For New Space Station

No Formal Agreement, Bolden Non-Committal

Reports coming out of Russia would indicate that Roscosmos and NASA are already discussing a space station that would eventually take the place of ISS, though U.S. officials are hardly definitive about the matter.

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