Spaceflight Vol 48 No 12 – December 2006

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International Space News
NASA likely to delay 2007 launches, Optical technology promises smaller satellites, Three in one success for Ariane 5 ECA, Private UK sounding rocket unveiled, US and China open doors of cooperation, EC debate on military uses of Galileo, Korean specials on space menu, Spanish company develops remote sensing business, Debris incident underlines risks, Frequent flyer earns Virgin flight, First launch of new rocket, Little Red Spot gets faster, Space harvest, Atlas V study for human missions

Satellite Digest

Europe’s new weather satellite
Clive Simpson

Space weather is a major challenge
Erik Seedhouse

Hubble’s finest

Space Station Chronology
Neville Kidger

Calling interplanetary spacecraft
Philip Corneille

Letters and emails
Engines for the Ares V rocket, Safety is the key, Bluestreak balloon tanks, Launch views of astronauts, History lesson in cosmonautics, Moon mission quarrantine

SETI in reverse
Tamara Wilhite and Kent Britain

Society news
Congress in Spain raises BIS profile, Visit to Astrium facilities in UK, New books now available

2006 Index

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