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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 01 – January 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 01 – January 2007

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International Space News
Sweden catches astronaut fever, First Yorkshireman in space, Russia to lift Glonass restrictions, India plans manned misison, Spacecraft talk the same language, UK and China forge links, Hubble on stand-by for new lease of life, Trial of UK space surveillance project, ISS tourists will have to dig deeper, New solar mission to provide 3D imagery, ESA expands scope of Mars mission, Nigeria signs up to SSTL package, Messenger completes second fly-by, Campaign for British astronauts, Shenzhou flight planned for 2008, China joins Russian Phobos project

Satellite Digest

Astronaut encourages students
Clive Simpson

Three years of MER operations
Philip Corneille

A growth-oriented UK space strategy
Stephen Ashworth

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

The view from 1966
Tom Frieling

Letters and emails
Space flight without computers, Five decades of collecting, Tally of satellites placed in orbit, First to unearth Armstrong image, Satellite Digest, Powerful signature, Future musings, Definition of a space tourist

Books
Space Exploration 2007, V-2, The Malcolm D. Shuster Astronautics Symposium, Spacecraft technology – the early years, Return to the Moon, The last of the great observatories, Space – the fragile frontier, Astrophysics of life, Deep space probes - to the outer Solar System and beyond, Astrodynamics 2005

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 02 – February 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 02 – February 2007

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International Space News
Spacecraft affected by solar storm, Global space revenues Ukraine plans new launcher, Partners wanted for lunar base, Matador in flight tests, Beneath the surface of Mars, Aircraft and satellite ‘talk’ by laser link, China launches weather satellite, SpaceShipTwo Airbus study, Cassini probe spies Titan’s ‘Everest’ range, Minotaur launch, Russia plans new ISS laboratory, Successful Ariane 5 launches

Satellite Digest

Shuttle mission re-wires Space Station
Clive Simpson, Gerard van de Haar & Rudolf van Beest

Liquid water flows on Mars
Philip Corneille

Planning for a return to the Moon
Dwayne A. Day

Tereshkova scrapbook
Peter Pesavento

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

New Soyuz launch site takes shape
Clive Simpson

Japan’s spaceport
David Parry

Letters and emails
Increasing scientific return, Satellite still awaiting launch, Pre-Gagarin cosmonauts, Keeping an open mind, Mars without computers

The growing problem of space debris
Alexander Zheleznyakov

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 03 – March 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 03 – March 2007

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International Space News
UK scientists propose low-cost lunar missions, Opportunity to influence UK space future, Concept studies for robotic missions to Mars, Edinburgh workshop, Precise work for climate mission’s ion thrusters, Launch vehicle replacements, Orbiter spies Mars Pathfinder site, Model students return to Moon, First flight of upgraded Soyuz, FAA rules on space pilot training, ESA funds UK space tourism study, Sweden inaugurates tourist spaceport, India’s PSLV launches four satellites

Satellite Digest

First images of spacecraft's test flight
Clive Simpson

Space for the mass market
Stephen Ashworth

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Addicted to space - pt I
Tony Quine

First Arab in space
Francis French

Lonely bird
Dwayne A. Day

Letters and emails
Experimenting with two stage rockets, Coping with a corpse on Mars, Intriguing but meaningless, Time for UK to reconsider, The importance of UK astronauts, Computers play a vital role, A question of exercise

The shores of Xanadu
Peter G. Goodwin

Society news
IAC 2008 website on-line, Forum to formulate UK space policy response

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 04 – April 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 04 – April 2007

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International Space News
Results pour in from STEREO, UK astronaut campaign, two Europeans for ISS Columbus flight, Hubble camera closes down, US in a spin over ‘love kidnap plot’, Launch pad failure, Missile test causes space debris surge, European spaceport in Sweden, Tourism business seeks investment, First phase for rocket city, THEMIS mission to investigate Aurora, Ariane 5 production rate on the up

Satellite Digest

A decade of gathering data on Mars
Philip Corneille

Winter survival training
Bert Vis

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Addicted to space - pt II
Tony Quine

Protecting astronauts from radiation
Erik Seedhouse

Letters and emails
Radio astronomy from the Moon, In the footsteps of Mallory and Scott, Test flight of Vostok spacecraft, Planetary explorers must accept risks

Society news
Inspiring interest in space, BIS launches astronaut campaign

Extraordinary interpretations
Nick Spall

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 05 – May 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 05 – May 2007

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International Space News
Nature throws spanner in Shuttle schedule, Budget cuts erode Orion, Successful dual launch for Arianespace, MetOp’s first atmospheric measurements, Euro Russian space bond grows stronger, Iran’s rocket ambitions, Virgin Galactic plans 100 test flights, Travel insurance for space tourists, Russian cosmonaut in Manchester, Atlas lofts six satellites, Unmanned flight test in 2008, Taikonauts haves names in heavens, Satellites for north, Enhanced remote sensing capabilities

Satellite Digest

Outpost on a desolate land
Dwayne A. Day

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Space Station hardware on show
Raymon Hartopp-Sancho

Delving into Mir’s astrophysical attic
Ben Evans

The red planet comes to life
Philip Corneille

Letters and emails
Signatures of success, Israeli space conference, Sea launches off Scotland, Cost point clarification, The Scottish rocket pioneers

Books
Contact with alien civilisations, Destination space, Beyond Earth - the future of humans in space, Praxis manned spaceflight log 1961-2006, Guidance and control, Handbook of CCD astronomy, Spaceflight mechanics

Society news
The potential for life in the Universe, Science 'dragons' to weigh Mars proposals

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 06 – June 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 06 – June 2007

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International Space News
Report reveals likely causes of Mars craft loss, New Shuttle launch dates announced, Thick Arctic sea ice continues to decline, Russia plans more comsats, Rules for space tourist craft, Leaks damage launch pad, ESA works with Russia on Mars simulation, Apollo 1 capsule moved to new storage facility, Rookies get crew priority, Chinese navsat back on track

Satellite Digest

The ultimate space tug
Clive Simpson

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Space Shuttle debut - Pt II
Ed Hengeveld

New Horizons’ Jupiter encounter
Philip Corneille

The Blue Gemini blues
Dwayne A. Day

Letters and emails
Noteworthy anniversaries, Australian enthusiasts, Declassified information

Society news
2007 Sir Arthur C. Clarke awards, Library opening times, Society announcements

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 07 – July 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 07 – July 2007

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International Space News
Satellite reveals true extent of forest fire pollution, UK to open space environment centre, Europe adopts space policy, MetOp-A in full operation, Energia mulls return of big booster, Free-flying ISS module, Ariane 5 launch, Early astronaut dies, Russia looks at Brazil, Space Station crew changes, First ‘Galileo’ navigation message, Phoenix readied for Mars launch, Hubble to have docking device, Early Russian activities on Almaz, Britain forges new link with NASA

Satellite Digest

BNSC assesses space policy responses
Clive Simpson

When worlds collide
Donald F. Robertson

The new ‘super Earth’
David A. Hardy

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Time for bed
Marc O Griofa

Why astronauts feel dizzy
Erik Seedhouse

Yuval Neeman – an appreciation
Brian Harvey

William J Cecka, Jr – an appreciation
Frank H. Winter

Letters and emails
Hedgehogs and witchetty grubs, Lunar landing guessing game, Red planet mapping, Radiation shielding, Moon dust and severe hypertension, Lonely bird

Society news
Sky at Night celebrates 50 years, New exhibits in space gallery, BIS at science festival, Destination Space competition winners, Society announcements

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 08 – August 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 08 – August 2007

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International Space News
Space tourism makes waves at Paris Air Show, Plans advancing for Korean Soyuz mission, Non-polluting tourism flights into space, European Sentinel spacecraft march forward, Inmarsat to road-test telecoms platform, Emirates orders satellite system, Europe and US work on future space telescopes, Launch of German remote sensing satellite, Radarsat 2 to be operated by telesat, Huygens and Cassini data continues to illuminate Titan, Volunteers sought for Mars simulation, Launch date for Hubble servicing mission, Space junk - a growing problem

Satellite Digest

Atlantis completes spectacular mission
Clive Simpson

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Space Shuttle debut – Pt III
Ed Hengeveld

A wing and a prayer – Pt I
Dwayne A. Day

Interplanetary trailblazers
Philip Corneille

Letters and emails
Destinations come first, Scottish Sea Launch problem, Leonikha - Russia's ‘Space Arlington’

Viewpoint – Thinking the unthinkable
Mike Armitage

Society news
Soviet-Chinese Forum’s ‘silver jubilee’, EADS Astrium visit, Win tickets to weekend festival, New BIS members, Society announcements

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 09 – September 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 09 – September 2007

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International Space News
Weather satellite survives debris hit, Space junk – a growing problem, Norway considers its first satellite, Brown’s new UK space minister, Asteroid mission rescheduled, UK needs more coherent space strategy, BIS endorses select committee view, Cluster satellites brought together, Old Atlas towers tumble, NASA readies Mars lander, Sea Launch targets October, Proton lofts DIRECTV craft, Malaysian on next Soyuz flight

Satellite Digest

Cool and dusty places
Philip Corneille

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Space Shuttle debut – Pt IV
Ed Hengeveld

Failures and setbacks – Pt II
Dwayne A. Day

The write stuff
Dominic Phelan

Breaking through the glass gantry
Lawrence McGlynn

Letters and emails
Chance for closer inspection, Space society’s in New Zealand, Cancelled symposium, NASA pilot in West Yorks, Plan B for return to Moon

Viewpoint – the heart of astronautics
Axel Kopsch

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 10 – October 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 10 – October 2007

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International Space News
Russia and ESA to re-visit joint manned craft, German Moon mission offers unique view, UK and US to work on low cost lunar orbiter, Investigation into fatal test accident, Chinese capsule took hit, India’s successful engine test, New president pledges to sort out Energia, Arianespace keeps year on target, Price hike for tourists, Cassini to fly through geyser

Satellite Digest

Delving into arctic Mars
Gerard van de Haar

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Endeavour finally returns to space
Clive Simpson, Gerard van de Haar & Rudolf van Beest

A bold and daring vision
Brian Harvey

A bad day at the Cape
Joel Powell

Letters and emails
Inspiring trip to Kennedy, Proper Earth perspective, Opportunity for stake in the future, Astronaut opens revamped gallery, Space tug heritage, Exploiting a gap in the market, Cosmonauts’ cause of death

Viewpoint – NASA’s wake-up call
James Oberg

Society news
Mars - if we don't go we won't know, Rockets at Westcott, Students' annual space conference, Competition winner, IAC 2008, New BIS members

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 11 – November 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 11 – November 2007

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International Space News
Europe attempts to stabilise Galileo programme, Google sets sights on lunar mission, Russia selects
Mars test crew, Japanese Moon craft launch, ESA’s Foton experiments, Researcher to be first Korean in space, Proton dumps Japanese comsat, Iridium reports rising traffic, India launches INSAT-4CR, NASA recruiting new astronauts, Seal replacement tightens Shuttle schedule, Launch of Brazilian EO satellite

Satellite Digest

Time for Britain to be bold again
Clive Simpson

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

The greatest of adventures
Nick Spall

Grumman’s ambitious spider
Dwayne A. Day & Glen Swanson

Space Shuttle debut - Pt V
Ed Hengeveld

Iskusstvennyy sputnik zemli – special feature on the 50th anniversary of Sputnik
Asif Siddiqi

Letters and emails
Disappointing conclusions, Name behind secret mission, Double exposure, Japanese space soap,
Interstellar symposium, Hard landing for Gemini

Society news
Inspirational talk in London by astronaut, Society’s Annual General Meeting, New Members, IAC 2008 website, Obituary – David G. Fearn

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Spaceflight Vol 49 No 12 – December 2007

Spaceflight Vol 49 No 12 – December 2007

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International Space News
Harmony launch starts busy period for Europe, Commercial appeal for tourist missions, Politicians resist pressure to change UK astronaut policy, Russia anxious to maintain new rocket schedule, India’s regional navigation system, Sweden pursues ‘green’ propulsion, Kazakhstan asks for compensation, Dawn on course for asteroid survey, Ariane rocket tests space tug sequence,
Departure day formalities at Star City, Russia to support Venus mission, Kibo offer to private sector

Satellite Digest

Invisible cosmology
Philip Corneille

Space and the evolving universe
David R Parkinson & Bob Parkinson

NASA’s first ‘all up’ test flight
Ed Hengeveld

Problems on the way to the Moon
Alan Lawrie

Origins of ISS computer crisis
James Oberg

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Letters and emails
Astronaut screening, Astronautical hygiene group, The Gemini paraglider, The case for manned spaceflight, UK falling behind, Birth of space law, Unsung veteran of missile age

Book reviews
Lunar and planetary rovers, Space as a strategic asset, Spaceflight - the complete story, Planetary landers and entry probes, Project Gemini pocket guide, Project Mercury pocket guide, History of the Kennedy Space Center, Planet formation, The celestial sphere, Herschel 400 observing guide, Atlas of galaxies

Society news
India passes IAC 2008 baton to BIS, New members

Annual subject and author index

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