Spaceflight Vol 47 No 10 – October 2005

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International Space News
Rescue scenarios for next Shuttle missions, Lunar rovers in leading proposal, Robonaut’s first steps, US tests soft landing techniques, Insurance revolution on cards, Space marker at Farnborough 2004, Canada could aid Hubble repair, Pluto mission delay, ESA’s women in bed study

Satellite Digest

Messenger on its way to Mercury
Gerard van de Haar

UK plc urged to join future
Clive Simpson

High life on Mars
Philip Corneille

Science of uncertain returns
James Oberg

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

The last lunar outpost
Dwayne Day

Progress ultimately depends on commercial potential, Bringing space tourism to the UK, Astronaut at Cheltenham festival, Cardiovascular complications for long space missions, New developments at museum

Book notices
Hubble - Mirror on the Universe, Space Safety Rescue and Quality 2001, Lost in Space - the Fall of NASA and the Dream of a New Space Age, Lunar Bases, History of Rocketry and Astronautics, Soyuz A Universal Spacecraft, Backroom Boys, Missie Delta, On the Frontier Experimental Flight at NASA Dryden

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