Traffic around the International Space Station is beginning to
look a little like rush hour in Dallas... and no, we're not talking
about space debris. Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer
Michael Barratt of the 19th International Space Station crew
launched in their Soyuz TMA-14 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in
Kazakhstan at 7:49 am EDT Thursday, heading to the ISS and a
six-month stay in space.
One Of The Seven Wonders Of The Aeronautical World
Ask ANN's Jim Campbell, a guy who may have flown more unique aircraft types than anybody on Planet Earth, what some of his favorite airplanes are and one name, in particular, will come up quickly -- The Lockwood AirCam.
STRDI Moves To State House Floor For Consideration
The Florida House Economic Development and Community Affairs
Policy Council unanimously passed this week a bill to help keep
Florida at the forefront of cutting edge space technology. That
bill is co-sponsored by State Representative Dorothy L. Hukill
(R-Port Orange) and Senator Evelyn Lynn (R-District 7).