Monthly Archive for August, 2007

Human life on Mars?

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Marie McCulloch explores how a human Mars mission might be accomplished for FirstScience.com.
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Cassini finds possible origin to one of Saturn’s rings

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Cassini scientists may have identified the source of Saturn’s G ring.
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A wide-ranging interview with the leader of NASA (Transcript)

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NASA Administrator Michael Griffin holds forth on a variety of subjects in an interview with CBS News correspondent William Harwood.
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Russian Cargo Ship Docks at Space Station

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The Progress 26 cargo vehicle docted at the International Space Station with fresh supplies for the crew.
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Shuttle Astronauts to Beam Down Space Lessons

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The space shuttle Endeavour will deliver supplies and a new piece of the International Space Station. Teacher Barbara Morgan will beam down space lessons.
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‘I want to build rockets’

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An interview with Al Reisz, president of Huntsville’s Reisz Engineering, and Tim Pickens, president and CEO of Madison-based Orion Propulsion.
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Three injured in explosion continue to improve

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Three men critically injured in the Scaled Composites explosion continue to improve.
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‘He was like a big brother…’

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Ridgecrest lost a very special young man when Eric Blackwell was killed in the explosion at Scaled Composites last month.
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FAA Defers to State Authority in Mojave Mishap Inquiry

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The FAA is treating the Scaled Composites test stand explosion as an industrial accident, leaving the investigation to Scaled Composites and CalOSHA.
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Diversifying our planetary portfolio

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Nader Elhefnawy examines what role Species survival will play in the colonization of space and other worlds for The Space Review.
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