SpaceFlight Vol 61 No 10 – October 2019
Nick Spall FBIS reports on UK astronaut Tim Peake’s next move and looks at the prospects for Britain in space in a post-Brexit world.
The Editor reviews current plans for NASA's Artemis programme to get astronauts back on the Moon by 2024 and asks whether this is the right way to go.
The man who made Mission Control
With the death of Christopher Columbus Kraft, we review his greatest legacy in devising the NASA concept for space flight operations.
Hayabusa hits the spot
As asteroid missions go, Japan’s Hayabusa 2 is cleaning up big, with samples from surface and subsurface locations ready for dispatch to Earth.
Behind the news
Cache and carry – MSFC gets the gig
9 July – 8 August 2019
The latest space-related books, games, videos
Owen Garriott (1930-2019)
561 – July 2019
Society news / Diary
What’s happened/ What’s coming up