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Tue, Jun 19, 2018

Record-Setting NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Retires

Holds The U.S. Record For Most Cumulative Time In Space

NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, who holds the U.S. record for most cumulative time in space, has retired from the agency, effective last Friday.

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Mon, Jun 18, 2018

Airborne 06.18.18: XP-82 Twin Mustang, Tuskegee Airmen, Supersonic Reg Change

Also: Thunderbirds/Snowbirds To N TX, AK Mid-Air, Gogo AVANCE L5, Sikorsky's New Parts Supply Site

The restorers of a North American XP-82 “Twin Mustang,” one of the most unusual fighter/escort aircraft ever deployed by the U.S. military, are aiming to make EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 its first public appearance to celebrate completion of an arduous 10-year restoration project. The 10-year restoration project in Douglas, Georgia, began after aircraft restorer Tom Reilly discovered the complete airframe on a farm in Ohio. Reilly then scoured the earth seeking engines, propellers and a multitude of other XP-82 parts to continue the restoration. The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Red Tail Squadron, America’s tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen, has announced that Tuskegee Airmen Col. Charles McGee and Lt. Col. George Hardy will join them as special guests at EAA AirVenture. The group’s RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit mobile movie theater will be a featured attrac

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Mon, Jun 18, 2018

ERAU Eagles Selected To Construct New Space Tool

Could Help NASA Explore Beneath Ice-Covered Surfaces On Future Missions

Using 3D printing, fiberglass and stainless steel, a team from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University developed a tool that could help NASA explore underneath ice-covered surfaces in space. Embry-Riddle was one of 25 teams across the U.S. selected to participate in a simulated microgravity challenge at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.

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