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Tue, Apr 23, 2019

Crew Dragon Badly Damaged During Engine Test

May Delay First Manned Flight To ISS From U.S. Soil

A test article of the SpaceX Crew Dragon which the company and NASA hope will begin manned missions to ISS from U.S. soil later this year was badly damaged during an engine test Saturday, and the incident may force a delay in that first manned flight.

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Tue, Apr 23, 2019

NASA Recognizes Apollo 10's 50th Anniversary Through Long-Lasting Partnerships

Day Of Activities Capitalizing On The Mission's Unique Call Sign For The Lunar Lander; 'Snoopy'

NASA's Johnson Space Center, in collaboration with Space Center Houston, its official visitor center, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10 mission on Thursday, April 25, with a day of activities capitalizing on the mission's unique call sign for the Lunar Lander; Snoopy.

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Tue, Apr 23, 2019

Airborne-Unmanned 04.23.19: AUVSI Comments, Parrot ANAFI Thermal, Rega Drone

Also: MetaVista World Record, Family Drone Festival, Drone Workforce Solutions, Intelligent Energy

AUVSI says the FAA's proposed rules for operating sUAS over people and for safe and secure small UAS operations are too restrictive and do not consider the safety or societal benefits of the technology. In comments submitted to the FAA, AUVSI also urges the agency to adopt rules for flying UAS at night and requiring the use of remote identification. “The FAA has taken a prescriptive approach to these two proposed regulations, which are overly conservative and too restrictive,” said Brian Wynne, president and CEO of AUVSI. “Existing data and emerging UAS capabilities and applications should instead guide rulemaking and help advance the commercial use of unmanned systems.” Parrot has launched ANAFI Thermal: a new drone capable of capturing both live and recorded 4K HD video and thermal imaging. The drone utilizes Parrot's ANAFI drone platform and equips it

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Tue, Apr 23, 2019

NASA, Blue Origin Agreement Signals Rocketing Growth Of Commercial Space

Company Will Upgrade And Refurbish Test Stand 4670, At NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center

Officials from NASA and the private space company Blue Origin have signed an agreement that grants the company use of a historic test stand as the agency focuses on returning to the Moon and on to Mars, and America's commercial space industry continues to grow.

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Tue, Apr 23, 2019

Drop Test Proves Technologies For Reusable Microlauncher

Chinook Dropped First Stage Of Miura 5 Rocket In Experiment

Spain’s PLD Space, supported by ESA, has demonstrated the technologies needed for a reusable first stage of their orbital microlauncher, Miura 5.

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Mon, Apr 22, 2019

Airborne 04.22.19: Cirrus Emergency AD, Indoor Skydiving, Praetor 600

Also: CFI PROficiency Initiative, Damaged Falcon Heavy Core, Enhanced MD 969, ICAO’s 193rd Member

To the surprise of few who have chronicled the many issues troubling the Cirrus SF50 program, the FAA has issued an emergency AD for SF50 Vision Jets following multiple reports of the stall warning and protection system (SWPS) or Electronic Stability & Protection (ESP) System engaging when not appropriate. The SWPS or ESP systems may engage even when sufficient airspeed and proper angle of attack (AOA) exists for normal flight. This AD requires replacing the AOA sensors with improved AOA sensors, before further flight. Some 300 world-class indoor skydivers from 31 different countries are participating the third edition of the FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships, which kicked off April 17 in the French city of Lille. Through this past weekend, they were fighting it out for a place on the podium in five separate disciplines, including individual freestyle and team f

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Mon, Apr 22, 2019

Meteoroid Strikes Eject Precious Water From The Moon

Dozens Of Events Discovered In Data Collected By NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer

Researchers from NASA and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, report that streams of meteoroids striking the Moon infuse the thin lunar atmosphere with a short-lived water vapor.

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Mon, Apr 22, 2019

Exoplanet Detectors Delivered To ESA

Will Be Flown On PLATO Mission Planned For Launch In 2026

The first batch of charge-coupled devices, or CCDs, to be flown on ESA's PLATO space observatory was accepted by ESA last month. This is an important milestone on the road to creating a groundbreaking spacecraft that will detect Earth-sized exoplanets in orbit around nearby stars.

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