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December 18, 2008

Just Like Old Times: Aero-TV Visits The Lee Bottom Fly-In (Part 1)

'The Most Nothing You'll Ever Do'

It just maybe the quintessential "Old-Style" Fly-In... a beautiful airstrip, hundreds of planes, no agendas, no schedules... just lots of airplane lovers enjoying the company of airplane loving people and their planes. It may also be the closest thing to airplane heaven on this side of eternity... or so we've been told. And now that we've been there... seen the sights, caught the vibe, enjoyed the company and just plain goofed off for the whole annual weekend event, we gotta tell you, we can't argue with that description.

XCOR Aerospace Fires Lynx Engine For First Time

Successful 5K18 Test Continues Company's Record

XCOR Aerospace announced Wednesday it has successfully completed its first test fire of the rocket engine that will be used to power its Lynx suborbital launch vehicle to the edge of space.

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NASA Says Mars Phoenix Landing Site In Dry Climate Cycle Phase

May Explain Why Only Traces Of Ice Found

The Martian arctic soil that NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander dug into this year is very cold and very dry. However, when long-term climate cycles make the site warmer, the soil may get moist enough to modify the chemistry, producing effects that persist through the colder times.

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