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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Soyuz Heads To Space Station With New Crew

Will Provide Return Transportation For One-Year Mission Team

Three crew members representing Russia, Denmark and Kazakhstan have launched to the International Space Station to provide a new ride home for the station’s one-year crew and continue important research that advances NASA's journey to Mars.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Student Rocketeers Wanted For World's Largest Rocket Competition 2015-2016

Team America Rocketry Challenge Registration Open To 7-12th Graders

Although the end of summer indicates the beginning of classes for students across the country, it also signals the kickoff of the world's largest annual student rocketry contest. Registration for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) is now open for teams of 7-12th grade students through December 4.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Airborne 09.03.15: Falcon 9 Delayed, UAV 'Favor' Fined, Impounded In The UK

Also: Rob Holland's Gold, API: Innovative Aviation Content, Master Instructors, Wallops' New Launch Command Ctr, Webb Space Telescope, Satellite Broadband Network, Another FAA Fine

SpaceX will delay its next Falcon 9 launch as it continues to investigate a June 28th accident that resulted in the loss of a booster and a Dragon cargo vessel headed to International Space Station. It’s reported the announcement was made at a scientific forum being held in Pasadena. SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell said that the company is “a couple of months away from the next flight.” This report comes under the heading of, make sure you’re up-to-date on the rules. UAV operator Robert Edwards got caught up in a regulatory change that resulted in $3,000 in fines levied by the New Zealand government for flying his aircraft over an event in Palmerston North in New Zealand. Edwards had been contracted by the City Council to take some photos of the event using his UAV. Howeve

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Alan Eustace To Receive 2015 Crystal Eagle Award

Holds World Record For Highest-Altitude Free Fall Skydive

Alan Eustace, who set the world record for the highest-altitude free fall jump, is the 2015 recipient of the Crystal Eagle Award presented by the Aero Club of Northern California (ACNC).

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Orion Arrives In Colorado

Final Post-Flight Processing To Be Completed By Lockheed Martin

The Orion crew module flown 3,600 miles into space during Exploration Flight Test-1 has arrived to the Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company headquarters in Littleton, Colorado.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

AIA Set To Celebrate 'National Aerospace Week'

Third Week In September So Designated By Congress In 2010

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) is making plans to recognize National Aerospace Week, September 13-19, 2015, and have issued an invitation to individuals and organizations to join them in recognizing the enduring value of America’s aerospace and defense industry.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Arianespace FCube Facility Begins Operations

Conducts First Fueling Of A Soyuz Launcher's Fregat Upper Stage

Processing has been completed for the initial Soyuz Fregat upper stage to be handled in the Spaceport’s Fregat Fueling Facility (FCube) – the newest site in French Guiana to support Arianespace’s sustained operational cadence.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Airborne 09.02.15: Legacy 450 Cert, NBAA v EPA, FAA's Paper UAV Approval

Also: Denver Aviation Charter School, ABQ Balloon Fiesta, Pilot Faces Charges, P-8A Poseidon Buy, Wounded Warriors Pilot Lost, NASA Tests Rocket Engines, JetBlue Brawl

Another new executive jet will start service later this year. It’s been announced that the FAA has certified Embraer Executive Jet’s new Legacy 450. The approval comes a few weeks after the aircraft earned certification from Brazil's civil aeronautics authority. The Legacy 450 seats up to nine people and has an operating range of 2,348 nautical miles at Mach point eight zero. The airplane has a maximum ceiling of 45,000 feet and a top speed of Mach point eight three. In formal comments submitted this week, the NBAA reiterated the Association’s significant concern over a recent announcement from the Environmental Protection Agency that the agency might consider new regulations for aircraft-carbon emissions. NBAA’s comments follow the agency’s release, in June, of an Advance Notice

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

New Mission Launch Command Center To Be Built At Wallops Flight Facility

NASA Awards Contract For Construction Of The 14-Thousand Square Foot Mission Launch Command Center

NASA has awarded a contract to Harkins Contracting Inc. of Salisbury, Maryland, for the construction of a new Mission Launch Command Center (MLCC) at the agency’s Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Virginia.

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