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Wed, Jun 29, 2016

President Of Virgin Galactic To Lead The Aerospace Corporation

Will Assume The New Post October 1

Steve Isakowitz, president of Virgin Galactic, has been elected president of The Aerospace Corporation effective Aug. 1. He will assume the position of Aerospace president and CEO upon the retirement of Dr. Wanda Austin on Oct. 1.

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Wed, Jun 29, 2016

Orbital ATK, NASA Complete Ground Test Of World’s Largest Solid Rocket Motor

Second Qualification Motor for NASA’s Space Launch System Moves Space Agency Closer to Deep Space Exploration

Orbital ATK, in partnership with NASA, has successfully completed the second of two booster qualification motor tests (QM-2) for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS). Preliminary data indicate the motor performed well and provided the necessary data toward meeting test objectives.

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Wed, Jun 29, 2016

Blue Origin Breaks Ground On Florida Rocket Manufacturing Facility

Completion Expected In 2017

Commercial space company Blue Origin has broken ground on a rocket manufacturing facility on Merritt Island near Cape Canaveral, FL.

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Tue, Jun 28, 2016

Airborne 06.28.16: Snowbirds At OSH16!, Tamarack EASA Cert, Final T-6B

Also: Red Arrows Cut, Aero-Calendar, FAA v Amazon, Miracle Flights, Accident Investigation, Giant Planets, Real Estate Drones

The Canadian Forces Snowbirds put on one heck of a show, and to do this at EAA AirVenture 2016 they need a good chunk of airspace. The Snowbirds will perform on the last three days of EAA AirVenture, and on those days, the flightline airshow viewing area will be modified to allow the increased separation from activities on the ground. During the performance, AirVenture attendees will be restricted from accessing certain areas of parked aircraft. These areas must also be free of items such as chairs, blankets, coolers, and other loose items. EASA has granted Supplemental Type Certificate approval to Tamarack Aerospace for its Atlas Active Winglets on the Cessna Citation M2 light jet. This brings the total number of Cessna models approved for Tamarack’s winglets up to four. The company says that by using Atlas the wing span of the M2 has been incr

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Tue, Jun 28, 2016

NASA Extends Hubble Space Telescope Science Operations Contract

Will Continue Through June 30, 2021

NASA is contractually extending science operations for its Hubble Space Telescope an additional five years. The agency awarded a sole source contract extension Thursday to the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy for continued Hubble science operations support at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore.

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Mon, Jun 27, 2016

More Giant Planets Found In Star Cluster Than Expected

European Southern Observatory Announces Discovery

An international team of astronomers have found that there are far more planets of the hot Jupiter type than expected in a cluster of stars called Messier 67. This surprising result was obtained using a number of telescopes and instruments, among them the HARPS spectrograph at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile.

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Mon, Jun 27, 2016

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft To Risk Jupiter’s Fireworks For Science

Will Fly Closer To The Gas Giant Than Any Previous Spacecraft

On July 4, NASA will fly a solar-powered spacecraft the size of a basketball court within 2,900 miles of the cloud tops of our solar system’s largest planet.

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Mon, Jun 27, 2016

ESO Marks First Detection Of Methyl Alcohol In A Planet-Forming Disc

Helps Astronomers Understand Chemical Processes During Planetary Formation

The organic molecule methyl alcohol (methanol) has been found by the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (ALMA) in the TW Hydrae protoplanetary disc. This is the first such detection of the compound in a young planet-forming disc. Methanol is the only complex organic molecule as yet detected in discs that unambiguously derives from an icy form.

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