Spaceflight Vol 54 No 09 – September 2012
Enterprise lands on Intrepid
Ken Kremer took his camera to New York to savour the arrival of Shuttle Enterprise and its placement on the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid where it will be viewed by the general public.
Space Tourism Takes Off - Almost
Nick Spall begins a series on the new opportunities for thrill-seekers with a review of companies and individuals pushing on the boundaries of space tourism and ultimate high-ride adventure flights.
Rare Birds Take Flight
Dwayne Day took time out to visit the Udvar-Hazy Museum near Dulles Airport on a special day when some unique visitors flew in to display some unusual and rare sights including the Shuttle Discovery and NASA’s Super Guppy.
H-1 No 2015
Dr Jens Heide reports from the Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin on a very special exhibit and reflects on the fate it might have had if original plans to fly it toward space had been fulfilled.
The Mighty Atlas Part 7: Centaur the Workhorse
The development of NASA’s cryogenic upper stage for the Atlas launch vehicle was anything but easy and technical problems were only a small part of a struggle to get the Centaur into service.
Britain in Space – Boom time for UK industry – Microgravity Medicine – Parliamentary Space Committee reception
World News Analysis – Skylon takes another step forward – Farnborough 2012
International News – NASA unveils space-bound Orion
In brief – news shorts from around the world
A View from the Hill – political space news hot from Washington DC
Satellite Digest – 476 June 2012
ISS Operations Summary – 16 June to 14 July 2012
Book reviews – Interplanetary Outpost; 2052, A global forecast for the next forty years; Rockets and People Vol IV - The moon Race
Society News – Excavating the future – Who got us to the Moon? – Patrick’s Picnic