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Wed, May 04, 2016

Classic Aero-TV: Learning From QuadRotors - The Arcturus UAV VTOL

Quadrotor Technology Adapted To A Fixed Wing UAV...

In this video you’re going to see an airplane that can take off and land vertically and transition to winged high flight. Okay, it must be the V-22 Osprey or possibly the F-35B Lightning ll or, of course, there’s the Arcturus UAV....The what?

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Wed, May 04, 2016

NASA Welcomes New Director To JPL

Michael Watkins Tapped To Lead The Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA has named a new director at the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Michael Watkins has been selected for the leadership post.

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Tue, May 03, 2016

Airborne 05.03.16: Solar Impulse 2, SpaceX v Mars, 5,000 Section 333 Exemptions

Also: Textron Drone, Aero-Calendar, Aviation Gateway Park, NASA And FAA, R22 Flashcards, MI Av Program, ArcaBoard 
 
At the time we put this report together, the Solar Impulse 2 had said goodbye to the Silicon Valley and was headed for Phoenix Arizona. By the time you view our report, the aircraft is probably safe and sound at the Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and the crew is planning for the next leg of their flight as they cross the United States headed for New York. Piloted once again by Andre Borschberg, the solar impulse two continues its epic flight around the world that began in March 2015. SpaceX has said that its Red Dragon spacecraft combined with the Falcon Heavy Rocket can make it to Mars…and beyond. According to nasaspaceflight.com, which is not a NASA website, SpaceX has entered into an agreement with NASA for a Mars mission. It’s reported the spacecraft, known as the Red Dragon, is a variation of the SpaceX’s Dragon 2

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Mon, May 02, 2016

NASA Selects 339 Projects For Further Development

American Small Business, Research Institution To Receieve Funding

NASA has selected 399 research and technology proposals from 259 American small businesses and 42 research institutions that will enable NASA's future missions into deep space, while also benefiting the U.S. economy. The awards have a total value of approximately $49.7 million.

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Mon, May 02, 2016

Airborne 05.02.16: Delta Buys CSeries, Tecnam P2010, Skydiving Competition

Also: Small UAS Rules, Blue Angels/Sully, SpaceX, LOC Accidents, F-35 Program, FlexJet-Flight Options, Airplane Rescue

The Bombardier C-Series aircraft program received a major boost when Delta Airlines executed a firm agreement for the purchase of seventy five CS100 aircraft with an option for an additional fifty CS100’s. Delta may elect to convert a number of these aircraft into CS300’s at a later date. Based on the list price of the CS100 aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately $5.6 billion. Even though Tecnam’s P 2010 four-place aircraft only recently received its EASA and FAA type certification, Tecnam has now received approval for level I major changes that will enhance the aircraft. The revision validates the use of the GFC 700 autopilot, fully integrated with the G1000 glass flight deck. The GFC 700 is an AHRS-based automatic flight control system that provides flight director, autopilot, and, automatic and manual electric trim capabilit

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Mon, May 02, 2016

Orbital ATK's Iuka, Mississippi Facility Reaches Major Production Milestone

Completes 500th Large-Scale Rocket Structure

Orbital ATK has announced that the company’s Iuka, Mississippi, manufacturing plant has produced its 500th large composite rocket structure for United Launch Alliance (ULA) launch vehicles. Since its establishment in 1998, the Large Structure Center of Excellence manufacturing plant has produced 68 Atlas V, 28 Delta II and 404 Delta IV large composite structures across 106 ULA launches.

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Mon, May 02, 2016

Kongsberg Signs Contracts For European Weather Satellite Delivery

Deals Valued At Nearly $27 Million

Kongsberg has signed two contracts with a total value of EUR 23.6 million (approx. $26.73 million) with Airbus Defence and Space for delivery of a KA band Antenna Pointing System and Solar Array Drive Assembly for the next generation European weather satellite program MetOp-Second Generation (MetOp-SG), a program of and funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) and EUMETSAT.

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