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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Dateline Feb 28, 2006, News from the Internet

  • Benard Foing has a thought experiment on using the moon as an "Ark."
  • NASA has decided on the names for their rockets. Altair, Artemis and Ares (I and V).
  • NASA is still trying to speed up the ESAS. You could still use the EELV's you have. They work now. Just a thought.
  • Pulsar, the blog of Tricia Ware the marketing writer for the New Mexico Economic Development Department, has news that "advisory committee for the New Mexico State Investment Council recommended investing in t/Space" if t/Space wins the COTS "contract" with NASA. (ed- I use "contract" as I don't really know what to call it at this point. Anybody know the technical term?)
  • The Russian rocket Proton is ready for launch. It is scheduled to lift-off at 20:10 UTC (3:10pm Eastern US) from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. It is carrying a Saudi Arabian communications satellite.
  • This is just neat. (Yeah that is the space station)
  • More SpaceX Falcon I articles.
  • Alan Boyle has some thoughts on the COTS program.
  • New Mexico's business community is happy with the spaceport.
  • Singapore is still excited.
  • RocketPlane, Limited's George French has bought Kristler. He hopes to able to use their ship for the COTS program.
  • ProSpace March Storm is getting underway.
  • Aero-News has an article on Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX.
  • Another article on UAE the Singapore spaceports.
  • An interview with the head of the Pluto mission, New Horizons.

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