In the politics of supersonic transport, “boom” let to bust.
In retirement: the Concorde at the National Air and Space Museum Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center. (Dane A. Penland)
By Bill Sweetman
AIR & SPACE MAGAZINE | SUBSCRIBE AUGUST 2014
Ask why there was no replacement for the Concorde, which retired in 2003, and people will […]
How WISE 70304-2705 could have evolved from a star to a “planet-like object”. Credit: John Pinfield,
Nature once again shows us how hard it is to fit astronomical objects into categories. An examination of a so-far unique brown dwarf — an object that is a little too small to start nuclear […]
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Brad Doherty The sun rises over Boca Chica Beach near the planned SpaceX rocket launch site in this 2014 file photo.
via Reaction to SpaceX decision to build launch pad in Cameron County – Brownsville Herald: Local News.
It’s always exciting when something seemingly impossible is validated by NASA—the smartest of the smart when it comes to cutting-edge aeronautical technology, right? Well, NASA scientists have just confirmed that an “impossible” technology is in fact possible.
via NASA Resurrected an ‘Impossible’ Microwave Thruster Technology | Motherboard.
By Laura B. Martinez, Staff writer
Cameron County, we’ve got SpaceX.
After months of speculation that the rocket company would chose the county for the site of a rocket launch pad, SpaceX officials today announced it will build the pad near Boca Chica Beach.
SpaceX CEO Elon […]
This is the live launch webcast of the AsiaSat 8 mission which lifted off Tuesday, August 5th at 08:00 UTC.
The AsiaSat 8 satellite flew to its intended orbit on a Falcon 9 rocket from SpaceX’s Launch Complex 40 in Cape Canaveral.
It’s official: SpaceX and Texas on Monday confirmed plans for the company to build a privately operated launch complex on the state’s Gulf Coast for commercial missions, dealing a painful but not unexpected blow to Florida’s Space Coast.
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