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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 01 – January 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 01 – January 2010

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International Space News
Space industry has eye to the future, ESA comet mission passes Earth, New payload designs from
Reaction Engines, Japan looks to energy from space, Europe and US sign Mars agreement, SMOS
instrument starts gathering ocean and soil data, NASA seeks Royal Navy support for Orion, British creatures flew on Space Shuttle, Funds shortage to delay Angara rocket, SSTL to build student Moon craft, Korea plans March launch

‘Tranquility’ handed over to NASA
Ken Kremer

Atlantis makes crucial ISS delivery
Ken Kremer

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Six years of MER operations on Mars
Philip Corneille

Hungry for space — Simonyi in orbit
Nándor Schuminszky

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Six years of MER operations on Mars
Philip Corneille

Hungry for space — Simonyi in orbit
Nándor Schuminszky

Letters and emails
UK’s spacecraft viewing treats, Stress test data from Moonwalkers, First words, Atomic dismissal,
Witnessing the Ares I-X launch, Wormhole communications, Konkordski and Shuttleski

Book reviews

Art auction

Society news
Nominations open for 2010 space awards, New editor for JBIS, Biography of Val Cleaver, Introduce a friend, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 02 – February 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 02 – February 2010

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International Space News
Britain to have its own national space agency, Space is success story for UK, Virgin unveils SpaceShipTwo, Eureka — there really is water on the Moon, Herschel telescope captures star birth, SpaceX hosts ISS training, NASA looks at rocket spaceplane

More wisdom with WISE
Philip Corneille

One extra Shuttle flight for NASA?
Ken Kremer

Space Shuttle delivers spares to ISS
Ken Kremer

Moon dust hazard
John Cain

Tough little spinner
Dwayne Day

The genesis of GPS
Richard Easton

Letters and emails
Search for life is speculative, Shuttle damage exaggerated, Missed launch, Calgary ISS pass, The passing of Pioneers, Obesity and spaceflight, Price increase will not solve problems

Journey into space
Andrew Green

Society news
Neville Kidger — Urban cosmonaut and space historian, Student paper competition, Art auction, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 03 – March 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 03 – March 2010

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International Space News
Europe seeks commitment on Space Station future, Mission to test concept of harvesting solar power, World still vulnerable to asteroids, Countdown in Kourou for Soyuz, Crewed mission to near Earth object, Milestone for Galileo system, Rocket science in the classroom, British ESA astronaut in training, Finalists for new planetary missions, Russia to develop nuclear spacecraft, British election will set policy course, Higher rate of pay for ISS cosmonauts

Satellite digest

New tower takes shape at KSC
Ken Kremer

ISS Chronicle
Martin Dawson & Clive Simpson

Space communications down-under
Des McNicholas

Black antennas
Dwayne Day

The origins of space law
Cyril Horsford

Letters and emails
Evidence for life, Answering the big questions, Lunar dust, Space tourism and hypertension, Desperate for change, Gene therapy, Shuttle damage, Time for BIS image makeover

Can space save the planet?
John Coppinger

Society news
Lecture celebrates Titan landing, Space telescope student fellowships, Competition winners, Space Station correspondent, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 04 – April 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 04 – April 2010

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International Space News
Britain targets 10 percent of global space market, ESA considers three new missions, SSTL restructures for growth, VEGA supports global amateur network, New Russian spacecraft, India plans manned mission, Unique set of aurorae images from Saturn, First Vega flight, Engine firing delays arrival, SpaceX awaits clearance to launch Falcon 9

Satellite Digest

Goodbye Moon!
Bob April

A new eye on the Sun
Philip Corneille, Clive Simpson and Ken Kremer

New window on the world
Ken Kremer, Clive Simpson and Gerald van de Haar

Chronology of the Space Station
Clive Simpson

ELVIS has left the launch pad
Joel Powel

Letters and emails
Ideas for BIS future, BIS should welcome new Obama policy, Commercialisation questions, Astronaut celebrates Isle of Man link

Society news
Astronauts at UK spring conference, Space Station correspondent, Universe Season 3 competition, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 05 – May 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 05 – May 2010

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International Space News
Liftoff for new British space agency, China selects new taikonauts group, Space Station heads of agencies, Falcon 9 engines come to life, Countdown for second Shuttle mission of year, Mars Express captures new Phobos images, Europe’s Meteosat gets image makeover, Third Jason for France

Satellite Digest

Simulated journey to the red planet
Gerard van de Haar and Clive Simpson

Space biomedicine — a UK perspective
Nick Spall

Orion could be ready by 2013
Ken Kremer

Flawed logic of US Space Shuttle
Michael Sanibel

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Lunar destiny
Rich Mulheirn

A paler shade of black
Dwayne Day

Letters and emails
Manned mission to near-Earth asteroids, Seeking life in the universe, Constellation not efficient, Tribute to Neville Kidger, BIS image makeover, Blessed adventurer, Humanity’s wake up call, NASA day of remembrance

Viewpoint — losing the will to explore
Walter Cunningham

Society news
Strathclyde space researchers sweep board, Satellite Digest, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 06 – June 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 06 – June 2010

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International Space News
Obama seeks to explain vision for space, Final Shuttle mission slips, ISRO investigates failure of new third stage, Buy a ticket to support launch, Envisat volcano plume image, Success for Europe’s ice mission, Cosmonaut takes chair at UN Space Committee, Air Force spaceplane launches into blackout, Hubble’s anniversary portrait

Satellite Digest

Obama tweaks radical NASA goals
Ken Kremer

Russian science beauty unveiled
Ken Kremer

First pick your planet
Robert April

Discovery’s penultimate voyage
Ken Kremer and Gerard van de Haar

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Politics of the first socialist spacefarers
Nandor Schuminszky

Letters and emails
A cheaper deep space rocket engine design, BIS makeover and improvements, Lunar Module inverted image, UK Space Agency is long overdue, Space for the tourist, Microgravity and the plasma volume

Book reviews
Viking Village, The First Jet Pilot, Planetary Landers and Entry Probes, How NASA Lost its Way, Selling
Peace, The Universe DVD (Series 1, 2, 3), The Shuttle Story, Into That Silent Sea, Servicing Hubble,
Introduction to Astronomy & Cosmology

Society news
Spaceflight team stranded in Florida, Archaeology interest, New members, Website under development, Winners of 2010 Arthur awards, Competition winner

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 07 – July 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 07 – July 2010

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International Space News
Test version of Orion crew capsule takes shape, New British space minister, Launch date set for NigeriaSat-2, Whitesides heads tourism business, Mars simulations gets underway, Military’s lost glider, Ariane 5 back in business, India plans lunar rover, Soyuz prepared in French Guiana, Emotions ride high for last launch of Atlantis

Satellite Digest

Training to the peak of perfection
Nick Spall

Battle between old and new
Stephen Ashworth

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Saturn rocket’s first test firing
Alan Lawrie

Forgotten space dogs
Alexander Zheleznyakov

Missiles that changed history
Roy Stevenson

Letters and emails
Keep BIS headquarters, Reversed picture, Bound volumes of Spaceflight, UK abandoned capability, Ares mobile launch platform, Limitless space law, Air Force spaceplane, Poiske module location, Satellite Digest

Charm and modesty of Apollo astronauts
Andy Green

Society news
Robert M White — first rocket plane pilot to reach space, Magazine back issues, New Members,Tradesmen for BIS hq, Hierarchy and inner workings of BIS, Student winner, Voyage

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 08 – August 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 08 – August 2010

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International Space News
Commercial flights edge closer to reality, New ESA Council chairman, Spacecraft begin innovative missions, Monkey business interrupts Bolden, Sekur’s rescue module, High cost of delay for NASA, UK Space Agency funds Mars rover experiments

Satellite Digest
Geoff Richards

Geologists’ delight at asteroid samples
Philip Corneille

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Atlantis’ last blast with Russian beauty
Ken Kremer and Donald Roberston

Peering into PANdora’s box
Dwayne Day

Identifying Saturn F-1 engines – Part 1
Alan Lawrie

Letters and emails
Astronaut legends in visit to Britain, New ideas and viewpoints, Shuttle launch at second attempt, Imagination and inspiration, Flight rates for Shuttle replacement, Foale is true role model, Barack Obama’s right stuff, Launch dedication

Society news
Rex Hall — an expert on the secret world of Soviet space, 50th anniversary of Kettering pioneers, New members, Updating email addresses, Change of BIS bank account, Membership special offer, DVD competition

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 09 – September 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 09 – September 2010

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International Space News
Boom time for UK space business, Britain to consider EO satellite system, Russian company leaves Harwell, Mercury missions, China’s new Long March booster, Boeing and Bigelow work on future space station plans, Russia’s Soyuz replacement, Britain launches cubesat initiative, UK teachers graduate from NASA school, Portsmouth plays host to Shuttle crew, Planck’s microwave view of the sky

Satellite Digest
Geoff Richards

Rosetta’s flyby of Lutetia
Philip Corneille

Test capsule is joined up
Ken Kremer

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Tribute graces Launch Control Center
Ken Kremer

Identifying Saturn F-1 engines – Part 2
Alan Lawrie

Pad Leader and American space legend
Roger Guillemette

Letters and emails
Enthusiastic welcome, Invisible dark matter, Tributes to Rex Hall, A spacesuit for Titan, Giant leap backwards, Kettering pioneers, New launch platform

Last chance to view a Shuttle launch
Donald Robertson

Society news
Celebrating 50 years of human spaceflight, Memories of Sir Arthur, New members, Updating email addresses, Change of BIS bank account, Membership special offer

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 10 – October 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 10 – October 2010

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This issue is out of print and is available as download only.

International Space News
‘Life-like’ robot readied for Space Station, Orion Pathfinder moves to test phase, Space Station to get
Node 4, Orion 1 Prime launcher selection, Chinese EO spacecraft, Astrium Vietnamese contract, Glonass system ready by end of year, High spec military satellite, Instruments chosen for Mars orbiter, Musical odyssey, Inmarsat expands mobile broadband

Satellite Digest
Geoff Richards

First private space station
Rob Coppinger

US space policy under spotlight
Clive Simpson

Extending military capabilities
Gerard van de Haar

Iconic images of Cape Canaveral origins
Joel Powell

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Growing food in space
Wendy Walmsley

Taste of space in windy city
Dwayne Day

Building bridges between art and science
Steve Cutts

Letters and emails
BIS makeover discussion, Conference room name, Australian astronaut, Probable that we are not alone

Society news
The BIS library - a forgotten treasure trove, Space Shuttle simulator competition, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 11 – November 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 11 – November 2010

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International Space News
Systems review propels Skylon into spotlight, UK space agency awaits funding review, New Russian space centre, North and south link, First mission to encounter Sun, Astrium to work on lunar lander, Cosmonauts bemoan lack of showers, Carbon monitors, Russian misses State honour, Hylas satellite moved to Ariane, Second ATV delayed, Russian engines for US Atlas rocket, Space Adventures links with Boeing, Upgrade of weather satellite network

SpaceX prepares for Dragon flight
Ken Kremer

Satellite Digest
Geoff Richards

Discovery readied for final flight
Ken Kremer

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Half-way to Pluto
Philip Corneille

Journey to a red moon
Dwayne Day

Plan for crewed asteroid mission
Ken Kremer

Letters and emails
Empowering the BIS, Views lead to confrontation, Distribution of life, Origin of universe, In agreement with the ‘right stuff’, Tranquility spelling, Difference between Sc-Fi and SF, Space continues to inspire

How giving up Skylab cost the Earth
Mark and Alex Stewart

Book reviews

Society news
Long-serving Spaceflight Editor, Aims and ambitions of BIS Council members, BIS film project, Regional lectures, New members

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Spaceflight Vol 52 No 12 – December 2010

Spaceflight Vol 52 No 12 – December 2010

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International Space News
Europe to decide on future ATV direction, India pushes human spaceflight programme, US military plans reusable rocket test, Europe evaluates future launcher plans, Discovery carries ‘bonus’ room on final flight, Free-flight glide test for SpaceShipTwo, Russian wins ticket for sub-orbit jaunt, European science satellites, Soyuz damaged in transit

Satellite Digest
Geoff Richards

Short life on hellish planet
Bob April

End of road for giant fuel tank
Ken Kremer

Kennedy landscape to change forever
Ken Kremer

Space Shuttle artwork legacy
Ken Kremer

International Space Station Chronology
George Spiteri

Cosmonauts commemorated
Grujica Ivanovich

Letters and emails
Astronaut hotels, Gerald Groves, Futile views, Prehistoric ignorance, Truth in fine article, Mongolian cosmonaut, A plan for the next 50 years

Book reviews

Society news
Beagle booking signing at BIS, Tour of Rolls Royce in Derby, Space legends gather in London, Competition winners, New members

Author and Subject Index 2010

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