Spaceflight Vol 60 No 01 – January 2018
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Science for a Safer World
Chris Starr assesses the role of the Sentinel-2B satellite, part of the Copernicus programme, in helping to monitor the planet.
MOORE to Remember
Stuart Eves imagines M.O.O.R.E., a “virtual museum” where microsatellites provide “flythrough” visual scans of historic satellites.
Patrick Mahon reports on the grand opening of i4is – Initiative for Interstellar Studies.
The launch of Apollo 5
The Editor remembers the first flight of the Lunar Module in January 1968 and recalls what it was like behind the scenes during this often-overlooked milestone on the race to the Moon.
Monument to a Space Pioneer
Alan Marlow visits a museum in Bavaria dedicated to pioneering rocketeer Hermann Oberth.
1917-2017 A Space Odyssey
As part of our centenary series commemorating the life of Arthur C. Clarke, Nick Spall reflects on mysteries real and imagined.
Behind the news
Orion crewed flights delayed • Enceladus: Saturn’s heat pump
9 October – 8 November 2017
Richard Francis Gordon (1929-2017)
540 – October 2017
Society news / Diary
What’s happened • What’s coming up