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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 01 – January 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 01 – January 2013

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Smaller is better
Joel Powell takes a look at a growing family of small experiment containers for flight aboard human space vehicles, including the ISS, and at a range of small satellites that could be just the thing to fly low-cost experiments.

Apollo 17
In what many regard as one of the finest missions of lunar exploration in the history of
the Apollo programme, Apollo 17 brought back to Earth a rich harvest of geological treasures. On the 40th anniversary of that flight we reflect upon the returns from Apollo.

Sampling the Moon
Philip Corneille reviews the history of lunar sample collecting and describes how they were used by scientists around the world, reflecting on the fate of the Russian samples too.

Spacefest 2012
Ken MacTaggart reports on a gathering of Apollo Moon explorers in the US and Rick Mulheirn brings news of a memorable visit by Apollo 16’s Charlie Duke to Pontefract, Yorks.

Apollo 11: Eyewitness to History
David Chudwin was a 19-year old sophomore when he got the chance of a lifetime to report on the flight of Apollo 11 from the Kennedy Space Center and shares that experience through 43 years of hindsight.

The dawn of Planetary Science
The Editor reflects on the first successful interplanetary mission, the flight of NASA’s Mariner 2 spacecraft that passed Venus on 14 December and changed our view of that world forever.

Space Generation Congress
As a member of the delegation, Ryan Laird reports from the Space Generation Congress in Naples during late September, replete with space specialists from around the world.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – UK space industry given funding boost – RapidEye ground segment upgrades – Bids in now please, for Mars!

World News Analysis – iGeolise win national competition

International News – An Ill Wind for Enterprise

In brief – news shorts from around the world

A View from the Hill – A change at the top – NASA gets rolling - Bolden makes waves

Satellite Digest – 480 October 2012

ISS Operations Summary – 16 October to 15 November 2012

Off the Shelf – The Universe Collection – Lichtmond 2: Universe of Light – Observing the solar system – the Story of Astronomy – IMAX films at the Science Museum and a COMPETITION!

Society News – the President’s Annual Report - the Sir Arthur Clarke Awards 2012 – A little fundraiser

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 02 – February 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 02 – February 2013

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Opening the final frontier
Stephen Ashworth opens our look at space tourism and commercial space opportunities for existing organizations, new-start companies and entrepreneurs with a preview of existing and emerging activities.

Dream Chaser
Gerard van de Haar and Rudolf van Beest take a look at the space-plane being developed by Sierra Nevada Corp from old NASA and Soviet designs the company hopes will return wings to the International Space Station.

Flying the Lynx
Following his report on what it’s like to fly aboard a ballistic suborbital space-plane, Nick Spall talks to XCOR CEO Andrew Nelson about the company’s plans to get the Lynx up and running.

Astrometry in orbit: Gaia
Philip Corneille tells the story of the Gaia telescope, a major European project for astrometry, the precise measurement of stars, and provides a review of precursor missions that make Gaia possible.

Patrick Moore – an obituary
Spaceflight Editor David Baker observes the life of Sir Patrick Moore, astronomer and mapmaker and remarks on his contributions to the NASA Apollo Moon programme and the value of, so-called, ‘amateur astronomy’.

Asteroid miners hunt for platinum...
In a somewhat cynical observation on lavish claims for mining valuable minerals in the asteroid belt, Tim Worstall reflects on the hype and finds it lacking in common sense and a basic understanding of macro-economics.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – £1.2 billion to invest in lucrative ESA projects

World News Analysis – Musk aims for Mars: eventually – Laying the ‘Golden Spike’

International News – Orion advancing toward 2014 liftoff

In brief – news shorts from around the world

A View from the Hill – Obama’s Christmas present to NASA

Satellite Digest – 481 November 2012

ISS Operations Summary – 16 November to 14 December 2012

Off the Shelf - The Red Rocket’s Glare - Into the Cosmos - A little gift with a big symbolism - A4/V2 Rocket DVD-R; Operation Backfire The V-2 Rocket; V-2 Rocket White Sands/Post-War

Society News – MoU with UKSEDS – BIS History Committee

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 03 – March 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 03 – March 2013

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Is there an Earth analogue?
Philip Corneille reviews the search for other worlds in space and asks if there is an Earth-like world out there amid the billions of planets likely to populate the stellar systems in our galaxy and in others beyond. He also looks at the quest for super-Earths and at the record for known planets to date.

Working with Sir Patrick Moore 1954-2012
At the invitation of Spaceflight, the world’s most famous living space artist, David Hardy, paints a picture for us of his work with the world’s most famous amateur astronomer, Sir Patrick Moore. Across what others would consider a lifetime, both men had an empathy that needed few words to create living visions of space as imagined for those who could only wonder at the heavens and at the vehicles that may one day take mankind to the stars.

The Once and Future Moon
Dwayne Day turns his analytical eye toward the upcoming generation of small lunar probes from both NASA’s Discovery and New Frontiers programmes. Building on a series of manned and unmanned precursors, scientists have much to learn from a generation of equipment far more advanced and providing much more information than earlier probes were able to glean.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – New UK Interstellar Association leads the way

World News Analysis – NASA and ESA to fly astronauts to deep-space

International News – New firsts – Time capsule

In brief – news shorts from around the world

A View from the Hill – NASA signs Bigelow for the ISS – Gloves on or off? – Kay Bailey-Hutchison retires

Satellite Digest – 482 December 2012

ISS Operations Summary – 15 December 2012 to 15 January 2013

Inbox – An unfair subsidy? – An inspiration for interstellar – Human flight in decline? – A young Yuri – New media

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Society News – BIS lectures on-line - BIS South West Group - New UK Space Agency CEO - Gerry Anderson obituary

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 04 – April 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 04 – April 2013

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The Mighty Atlas Part 9: A bigger lift
We continue our in-depth story of the Atlas rocket with events surrounding the transition of the Centaur from a potentially flawed design to a successful space launcher as the upper stage finally delivers its promise.

Mars Special

Missions to Mars
The Editor recaps 17 years of Mars rovers and describes the progress made toward the outstanding and complex Curiosity rover that landed on the Red Planet in August 2012.

Curiosity at Mars
Ken Kremer presents a series of stunning mosaics using raw images from JPL and in collaboration with Marco Di Lorenzo producing panoramas that provide a remarkable view of the surface around the rover at Gale Crater.

Red Planet Rising
Dr Dwayne Day provides a glimpse into the possible future course of Mars Exploration and dips into the background of the next steps in the exploration of the Red Planet, political machinations notwithstanding!

Obituaries
It is with sadness that we reflect upon the lives of three men for whom the space programme was a lifelong contagion: D Brainerd Holmes, Jesco von Puttkamer and Reginald Turnill.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – Putting the brakes on space junk – UK in market grab – SSTL gets major contract

World News Analysis – NASA/ESA sea ice study refined – Antarctic sea ice increase

International News – Towed gliders to launch satellites

In brief – news shorts from around the world

A View from the Hill – Decision time

Satellite Digest – 483 January 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 15 January to 14 February 2013

Society News – Tim Peake visits the BIS – The BIS at Astrofest – Sheila Kanani gives talk on planetary moons

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 05 – May 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 05 – May 2013

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Inspiration Mars
Former trajectory analyst and flight design engineer for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Dennis Tito wants to send two people on a non-stop fly-by of Mars. Spaceflight conducts a critical analysis of the proposal and asks whether the proposed mission, as much about prestige as about the future of deep space exploration, is feasible.

Athena Rebirth?
Dwayne Day resurrects a forgotten rocket and investigates the fate of the Athena rocket, used for launching small to medium size payloads into space. Begun 20 years ago by Lockheed Martin to capture what was then perceived as a growing market for small, niche satellites the Athena rocket may yet be the answer for customers seeking low-cost flights.

Apprentice turned Master - 1
Spaceflight Editor David Baker reflects on the contributions of Jesco von Puttkamer who died recently and revisits a conversation dating back almost 40 years.

The Mighty Atlas Part 10: Variations on a theme
When Atlas was selected as the launch vehicle for Mercury orbital flights the big rocket required substantial modification and added safety features. Joel Powell takes up the story of the Mercury Atlas for John Glenn.

Air-launched lifter
Swiss Space Systems is proposing to develop a reusable lifting body for sending micro-satellites and small payloads into space.

Marshall takes up 3D printing
Pratt & Whitney is using 3D printing to fabricate components for J-2X testing.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – An independent UK launch vehicle? – Smartphone Apps and screams in space

World News Analysis – New partnership for European Mars mission

In brief – news shorts from around the world

A View from the Hill – Cuts to subsidies

Satellite Digest – 484 February 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 16 February to 16 March 2013

Inbox – Transient phenomena – Science to spare? – Gateway stations

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Society News – UKSEDS celebrate 25th Anniversary – World Space Week 2013 – NASA’s Lunar Roving Vehicle

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 06 – June 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 06 – June 2013

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Reflections on ‘The Sky at Night’
Arguably the world’s most famous space modeller and long-serving model-maker for films and television shows, Mat Irvine tells us what it was like working with Patrick Moore on the world’s longest running astronomy programme.

Skylab – NASA’S First Space Station
This month is the 40th anniversary of the most cost-effective space station ever launched. Using redundant Apollo hardware already built, it was America’s first manned orbital facility recovered from near disaster by its first visitors.

Science aboard Skylab
Skylab focused on Earth resources, solar physics and the investigation of materials in space – as well as studying the human reaction to long duration flights. How did it stack up against expectations?

A second Skylab
The attraction of launching a second Skylab played long and hard on managers at NASA, which considered several possible ways it could have contributed to the human space flight programme.

Lunar Transient Phenomena
A member of the Apollo science instruments team at NASA Headquarters, Donald A Beattie describes for Spaceflight how partial obscuration of surface features on the Moon got everyone excited back in the 1960s.

‘Peenemunders’ pass away
Space historian Frank H Winter reports on the recent demise of three great rocket pioneers who went to the United States to help put astronauts on the Moon.

Apprentice turned Master – 2
The Editor concludes a personal reflection on his conversations with Jesco von Puttkamer, who died on 27 December 2012.

A Conversation with Al Worden – 1
In the first of a two part feature, Chris Starr held an engaging and frank conversation with Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden during his recent visit to the UK.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – New European Satellite Navigation Competition – Every Child a Space Scientist

World News Analysis – Asteroid goal for first manned Orion flight

In brief – news shorts from around the world

US Space Politics – NASA to get flat budget – at most

Satellite Digest – 485 March 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 17 March to 16 April 2013

Inbox – Transient phenomena – Pushing the human boundaries – Staying longer; going farther

Society News – Teaching Old Spacecraft New Tricks – The Great Space Debate: Man versus Machines – ‘Man must Explore!’

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 07 – July 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 07 – July 2013

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AMS-2: Rewriting Physics from the ISS
Philip Corneille looks at the background to what for many is one of the truly great experiments currently being conducted aboard the ISS – the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer – and summarises the results so far.

Keep Track Down Under Part One: Origins
First of a two-part survey of the Deep Space Tracking Network and a visit made by Philip Corneille to the facilities at Tidbinbilla near Canberra.

New life for vintage pads - 1
Gerard van de Haar takes a look at some once familiar launch pads around Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and finds a few in a state of disrepair and several getting a new lease of life.

The Mighty Atlas Part Eleven: A very special day
Noted space historian Joel Powell concludes his look at the preparation and flight of MA-6, the Atlas that launched John Glenn into orbit on 20 February 1962.

The Virginia Air & Space Center
A walk around the exhibits at a museum merging the historic achievements of NASA’s Langley Research Center and the US Air Force’s Langley Air Base in Virginia.

UK Space Conference 2013
UK Space Agency Director Dr David Parker tells us why this event is a significant step forward for Britain in space.

Fred Clarke – Reflective Memories
A selection of tributes to Fred Clarke, younger brother to Arthur C Clarke, following his recent demise, with thoughts from those who knew him well.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – Tim Peake for 2015 ISS Expedition

World News Analysis – High Flight takes a Step Closer

In brief – news shorts from around the world

US Space Politics – Conflict or Convergence?

Satellite Digest – 486 April 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 17 April to 15 May 2013

Inbox – What’s in a name? – Human space flight heresy? – Not enough muscle? – NASA’s aspirations

Society News – South West Group revisits ALSEP – Student Awards for IAC in Beijing – An Appeal

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 08 – August 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 08 – August 2013

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Keeping Track Down Under Part Two: Interplanetary Spacecraft
Philip Corneille completes his visit to Australia’s flagship tracking station with a description of the vital work it has done in supporting planetary exploration for more than 50 years.

SLS Progress Report No 2
Continuing our periodic series covering development of NASA’s Space Launch System, this month we look at the work underway at the Stennis Space Center, and note changes to what was formerly, and more famously, known as the Mississippi Test Facility. We also report on an important milestone in getting the SLS to the pad.

Spacefest V
Chris Starr reports from Spacefest V where astronauts and key players in national and international ventures rub shoulders and share thoughts, reflect on times past and ponder what lies ahead.

Coming of the Titans
Joel Powell continues his reflective examination of 1960s rocket programmes with a detailed look at the Titan ICBM, developed as a hedge against Atlas and matured into a reliable and steadfast launch vehicle for the US Air Force and NASA.

New life for vintage pads - 2
Gerard van de Haar completes his look at launch pads along the Cape Canaveral coastline that have changed roles in the past decades leaving some with a future and others shrouded in uncertainty.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – An arboreal survey – UK to measure gravity waves – Looking for excellence

World News Analysis – Reassembling asteroid – All-electric satellites – Green fuel – Clooney says ‘enough!’

In brief – news shorts from around the world

US Space Politics – Moon or Mars? All to play for – Prudence questioned

Satellite Digest – 487 May 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 16 May to 15 June 2013

Society News – Extraterrestrial Liberty – Chinese/Soviet space Forum 2013 – The Philosophy of the Starship – The Northern Lights – An Appeal for Archive Material – Obituaries

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 09 – September 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 09 – September 2013

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A conversation with Al Worden – 2
Chris Starr concludes his interview with Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden with a discussion about his mission, what his thoughts were manning the Command Module and what the flight meant to him, as an astronaut and as a human being.

Burn like Thunder!
Dwayne Day looks at the possible re-development of the F-1 of Saturn V fame and reviews its potential as a main-stage hydrocarbon engine for the Space Launch System as well as being a contender for the advanced boosters which will be necessary for the Block 2 variant.

Opportunity update
JPL’s oldest working rover on Mars is on a fast sprint to the hills again, finding a slope to see it through winter. We take a look at this little pioneer, now heading toward 10 years on the surface of Meridiani Planum.

Curiosity roundup
The Curiosity rover is laying tracks for Mount Sharp as it packs up and rolls on toward its primary objective. Sidetracked by fascinating rocks and features to image and sample, Curiosity is gathering data that will help inform the science teams planning its successor for launch in 2012.

On the trail of Earth’s twin
Philip Corneille provides an update on Kepler’s results and while the telescope is itself unable to operate at present, exciting data are coupled with a review of the findings at Kepler 69 and the ‘blue’ giant discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope.

The future of space flight: The case for Growth
In the first of an occasional series, Stephen Ashworth argues the case for a growth in our ambitions and in the type of development envisaged for future generations beyond the Earth.

Regular Features

REL gets boost for SABRE

World News Analysis – Franco-German conflict over Ariane 6

In brief – news shorts from around the world

US Space Politics – Does the Emperor really have any clothes?

Satellite Digest – 488 June 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 16 June to 15 July 2013

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Inbox – The pain of conversion – Of what use is the ISS?

Society News – The Arthurs – Remembering Andy Salmon – An Appeal from the North

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 10 – October 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 10 – October 2013

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THE BIS AT 80!

The BIS at 80
BIS President Alistair Scott reviews the state of the Society in this, its 80th year and looks to the wide range of activities in which it is now engaged, projecting ahead and giving his appraisal of challenges as it looks to the future.

A Prehistory of Outer Space
Dr Bob Parkinson looks back over the last eight decades to give an overview of contributions made by the Society to domestic and international ventures, at home and abroad, explaining how the BIS influenced decisions over the type of rocket needed to launch the first satellites into space.

A new alliance - a new start
Scott Hatton, chair of the IAF Space Society Committee reflects on the importance of the International Astronautical Federation, to the role played by the BIS from its outset, and to the new IAF Alliance.

Paths to the future
Richard Osborne, chair of the BIS Technical Committee reviews the many separate technical and study activities underway to provide the Society with its first hands-on development of payloads designed for space flight, to study the requirements of future space programmes and propose exciting new missions to the Moon.

Meet the team!
Spaceflight pulls aside the curtain at BIS headquarters in London and takes readers behind the scenes to see who really does the work to keep the Society alive and well on a daily basis. We look at staff and volunteers, remembering that this is a combined team effort delivering lectures, meetings and four publications.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – Alphasat hailed as a great success – Fertile ground? – Letter from the Editor

World News Analysis – X-37B heading for KSC?

In brief – news shorts from around the world

US Space Politics – Noose tightens on Orion – Lori Garver to leave NASA

Satellite Digest – 489 July 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 16 July to 15 August 2013

Inbox – A drawn SABRE; Skylon’s time has come – Mighty Titans and rocket boys

Society News – Liverpool birthday celebration

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 11 – November 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 11 – November 2013

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Mission to a Dusty moon
Launched on 6 September by the first Minotaur V, the LADEE spacecraft is heading for a rendezvous with the Moon and a survey of the lunar atmosphere where dust, charged particles and a very thin gaseous envelope bring trace changes to the environment of our nearest celestial neighbour.

The Home of Atlantis
Rick Mulheirn tours the new home for the Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and the Editor reflects on a high-performing spaceship that carried a variety of military, planetary and astrophysical payloads as well as contributing to the assembly of the International Space Station and performing the final servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.

The birth of European comsats
Cliff Hughes winds back the clock and traces the origin of space telecommunications in Europe, beginning in the heart of the continent and migrating to the UK. The development of communications satellites within ESRO led directly to Eutelsat, which in turn resulted in OTS and ECS.

The ‘Comet of the Century’ – from Skylab
Nick Howes talks to Skylab astronaut Ed Gibson about the third and final visit to NASA’s one and only all-American space station, asking him particularly about the observations the crew were asked to carry out on a comet that ended up being dubbed the ‘fizzle’ on Earth but a heart-stopping spectacle from space.

Mining the asteroids
Steven Cutts takes a long, hard look at suggestions that deep-space flight by humans could secure and retrieve an asteroid and bring it closer to Earth for analysis and sample-return, asking whether it is as easy as it sounds and why do it anyway?

Regular Features

Britain in Space – SSTL designs exoplanet survey platform – EKSA in force at EPSC

World News Analysis – Resurrecting WISE for asteroid hunt – Apollo launch pad for sale – Ten cubed

In brief – news shorts from around the world

US Space Politics – Smaller is better says Air Force

Satellite Digest – 490 August 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 16 August to 10 September 2013

Obituaries – Bruce Murray – Charles Gordon Fullerton

Off the Shelf – Realizing Tomorrow; The Path to Private Spaceflight – Space Exploration; All that Matters

Society News – From Imagination To Reality 2

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Spaceflight Vol 55 No 12 – December 2013

Spaceflight Vol 55 No 12 – December 2013

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Peake practice
Keeping track of UK ESA astronaut Tim Peake, Spaceflight reports on training sessions with the remote manipulator system in Canada and on familiarization checks with the Orlan space suit and Russia’s unique EVA equipment.

End of a 40 year Countdown
Bart Hendrickx tells the story of Russia’s NK-33 rocket engine programme, beginning when it was designed for the fated N-1 Moon rocket launcher. Now the NK-33 powers the first stage of the Antares rocket used by Orbital Sciences to place the Cygnus resupply module in orbit.

Mixed messages from Curiosity
The Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) box on NASA’s Curiosity rover has produced results which, while not precluding the fact that life could have existed on Mars in the first aeon of its evolution, may make it more difficult to detect traces of such activity on later missions.

MAVEN to Mars
Continuing our coverage of news from Mars, MAVEN is set to launch mid-November on a mission to find out why the atmosphere of Mars is so rare today, helping to unravel indications of a very different environment in the past. Set to reach Mars in September 2014, MAVEN will complement earlier spacecraft and target the Sun-Mars interaction in a unique way.

The 2013 IAC in Beijing
Scott Hatton reports from Beijing on the 64th International Astronautical Congress where politics had a part to play but where the BIS made ground on exerting an international stance through agreements consolidating cooperation with new groups. With a memorandum of understanding between the BIS for the UK and the NVR for the Netherlands, a great deal of progress was made toward expanding mutual interests within the IAF and between respective organisations. .

Viewpoint
Nelson Bridwell takes us into the speculative world of space faction, where possibilities for the future collide with the realities of the present. Arguing for a balanced view of why we go into space, and that real space exploration need not be profitable, he sets the bar at a realistic level and supports an early Moon base as the way to proceed.

Regular Features

Britain in Space – UK scientist unlocks Mars secret – Goodbye to GOCE

World News Analysis – ISS gets new supply chain

In brief – news shorts from around the world

Satellite Digest – 491 September 2013

ISS Operations Summary – 11 September to 20 October 2013

Inbox – A call to arms – A new future – No time to sit back! – Critiquing Inspiration – To boldly go – Legacy of an innovative mission

Off the shelf – Integrating Women into the Astronaut Corps

Obituaries – Malcolm Scott Carpenter – Milton Silveira – John Billingham – Mike Wargo

Society News – BIS History Committee – Northern Branch event in Space Week – Apollo veteran at South-West Special – Icarus Concept Design Workshop – Odyssey Evolves – BIS and IET at Warwick for Space Week

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