Spaceflight Vol 46 No 04 – April 2004

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International Space News
Rosetta, Russia starts work on new manned craft, Space first over Mars, Giant black hole rips star apart, Galileo faces opposition, Longevity for Ulysses, Shuttle costs soar

Looking beyond the ISS
Andrei Kislyakov

Satellite Digest

Hubble future hangs in balance

Assembling the jigsaw of life - Spain’s Centro de Astrobiologia
Edwin Kite

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Apollo 11 - flight into history
Ed Hengeveld

Moving forward on the Orbital Space Plane
John Catchpole

Recovering Columbia
Ken Peek

Lucky number 13 - The first success of the CORONA reconnaissance satellite programme
Dwayne A Day

Correspondence
Could lander rise from ashes?, Ambitious Mars plans brought down to Earth, Go to space or solve society’s problems first, Heavy booster readied on historic launch pad, Shuttle commander recalls path to success

Books

Society News

Into Space
Derek Webber

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