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Airborne 08.31.15

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Airborne 08.27.15

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Airborne 08.31.15

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Airborne 09.01.15: RV-12 Milestone, MH370 Wreckage... NOT?, Sling 2 To Hawaii

Also: JetFuelX, Aero-Calendar, CEO Lends Corporate Jet, Citation Latitude Delivers, Trans States Pilots, Airbus Heli’s H175, Pink King Air

Van’s Aircraft tells us that On August 27, their shipping department had several orders to fill, and by the end of the day, they’d rolled the 937th RV-12 kit empennage package onto the shipping dock. While the number 937 seems like an odd number to celebrate, Van’s says that combined with the S-LSA “fly-away” RV-12s the company has constructed, the total number of RV-12 empennage kits produced and sold now totals one thousand. Despite the fact that Malaysian authorities have said with certainty that the airplane part found on Reunion Island is from the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, which went missing March 8, 2014, French authorities are not ready to say with certainty that they agree. The French are inspecting the debris because Reunion Island is a French territory. The part was discovered there on Ju

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

NASA Concludes Series Of Engine Tests For Next-Gen Rocket

RS-25 Testing Wrapped Up Last Week

NASA has completed the first developmental test series on the RS-25 engines that will power the agency’s new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket on missions deeper into space than ever before.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Cameras Delivered For NASA's OSIRIS-REx Mission

Launch Prep Continues For 2016 Flight

The first U.S. mission to return samples of an asteroid to Earth is another step closer to its fall 2016 launch, with the delivery of three cameras that will image and map the giant space rock.

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Mon, Aug 31, 2015

Airborne 08.31.15: CAP 'Total Force' Upgrade, NBAA v User Fees, Airshow Loss

Also: Buzz Aldrin Space Institute, Drone Spots Shark, Texting Accident, SECAF At BellHeli, B4UFLY App, NTSB MidAir Prelim, ERAU Drones

Last week ANN’s Jim Campbell was fortunate to be at the CAP National Conference when it was announced that General Mark A. Welsh announced the official recognition of the Civil Air Patrol as the fourth member of the Air Force Total Force team. The official recognition reflects CAP’s key and continuing contributions to the Air Force mission working with the Active, Guard and Reserve components to provide the Air Force with a full spectrum of distinct and complementary capabilities. The NBAA is calling on its members to contact members of Congress during this recess with a message that they should oppose any FAA reauthorization bill that calls for privatized air traffic control funded by user fees. In an email to ANN, NBAA’s Chris Strong wrote, "This is a critical time for our industry. Once Congress is back in session, a

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Mon, Aug 31, 2015

ULA, USAF Work To Improve Launch Processing, Enable Schedule Efficiencies

Integrates Off-Site Vertical Integration For Several Atlas V Structural Elements

Launch Alliance (ULA) and the U.S. Air Force have implemented Off-site Vertical Integration (OVI) of several structural elements and the Centaur upper stage for the Atlas V launch vehicle. OVI significantly reduces the number of lifting operations performed at the Vertical Integration Facility (VIF) at Cape Canaveral, taking them off the critical path and allowing for reduced time between launches. 

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Mon, Aug 31, 2015

NASA Extends Raytheon Contract For Facilities That Support Human Spaceflight

Company Will Receive Up To $101.9 Million To Support Facilities At The Johnson Space Center

NASA's Johnson Space Center has awarded to Raytheon Company a contract extension with a potential value of $101.9 million. Raytheon will continue to provide operations, maintenance and engineering services for up to four years to NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) and Space Vehicle Mockup Facility (SVMF), facilities that are critical to safe human spaceflight.

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