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Space Travel and Exploration
October 15, 2014
Space Trips To Change World For Better: Virgin Galactic CEO
Moscow (RIA Novosti) Oct 15, 2014
As Virgin Galactic is developing commercial space vehicles to launch in spring 2015, for 155,000 pounds per ticket (about $249,015), chief executive George Whiteside expects space tourists to experience a journey that will alter human perspective on our planet irreversibly and help to change the world for better, The Telegraph reported Sunday. "There is something called the overview effect, which is scientifically documented. When people go into space they come back with a different perspective," ... read more

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Satellite Services supplies on-board sub-systems for smallsats and microsats.
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NASA Exercises Authority to Proceed with Commercial Crew Contracts
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"Dream Chaser" Chases Its Dream
"Dream Chaser" is the name given to a possible future reusable crewed suborbital and orbital lifting-body spaceplane. Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has been working toward development of the vehic ... more
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NASA Selects Advanced Oxygen Recovery Proposals for Spacecraft Missions
NASA has selected four partners to develop game changing technologies with the potential to increase the oxygen recovery rate aboard human spacecraft to at least 75 percent while achieving high reli ... more
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Richard Branson says commercial space flight almost here
Virgin Galactic - the Richard Branson enterprise aimed at taking civilians to the brink of space aboard a commercial shuttle - successfully launched and landed its SpaceShipTwo Tuesday in an unmanned flight test. ... more
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Waypoint 2 Space Partners with Final Frontier Training Suits
Waypoint 2 Space (Waypoint) has announced a partnership with Final Frontier Design (FFD) that will integrate FFD space suit designs with Waypoint's innovative EVA training systems in support of Wayp ... more
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Mars Rover Technology Adapted to Detect Gas Leaks
In collaboration with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG and E) announced that it is testing state-of-the-art technology adapted from NASA ... more
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Virgin Galactic could soon begin trips to space
Virgin Galactic owner Richard Branson says his company might soon be ready to take civilians into space. ... more
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This company is fighting NASA to bring people to space
When NASA awarded Elon Musk's SpaceX company and Boeing the contract to start bringing astronauts to the International Space Station as early as 2017, the Sierra Nevada Corp. was not happy. They're planning to legally contest NASA's decision to choose those companies, instead of them, so they can one day be part of space missions run by a commercial company. ... more
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Dream Chaser Teams with Stratolaunch to Carry People into Space
The Dream Chaser, a reusable crewed space shuttle currently under development by Sierra Nevada Corporation, may one day carry people into space with the help of Stratolaunch's massive carrier plane, ... more
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Two million Muslim pilgrims ending annual hajj
Two million Muslim pilgrims began leaving the holy city of Mecca on Monday, concluding the annual hajj during which Saudi leaders lashed out at Islamic extremism. ... more
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Club Med board recommends Chinese firm Fosun's new bid
The board of directors of French holiday firm Club Med on Monday unanimously recommended that shareholders accept an improved bid from Chinese conglomerate Fosun and its partners. ... more
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To boldly go: what is the point of space exploration?
The UK's space activities employs over 100,000 people and contributes nearly Pounds 10 billion to the economy but why bother with space exploration? This question will be debated by a panel includi ... more
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NASA Crashes Helicopter to Test Safety Improvements
"The big difference in this year's experiment is that we are testing three energy absorbing composite subfloor concepts that should help some of the dummy occupants sustain fewer injuries than they ... more
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Chinese Company to Create High-Altitude Space Balloon: Reports
A private company in Beijing is planning to build a high-altitude balloon to take people 40 kilometers (25 miles) above the earth to the brink of the planet's atmosphere, the South China Morning Pos ... more
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Galactic getaway
The sky's no longer the limit for Chinese tourists. Space is the final frontier for the country's wealthy travelers. Most have already traveled to the ends of the Earth - many, like Beijing banker T ... more
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Orion Recovery Tests Help Teams Prepare for December Flight
NASA, Orion prime contractor Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy successfully completed the third round of tests to practice recovering Orion when it splashes down off the coast of San Diego at the en ... more
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Crew selected for eight-month Mars simulation
The six astronaut-like crew members of the next Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) mission has been selected. For the next mission, starting October 15, the participants will b ... more
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Physicists build reversible laser tractor beam

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NASA technologies to be studied for commercialization
Possible commercialization of technologies developed by NASA is to be studied by NASA Langley Research Center and the College of William and Mary. ... more
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Japanese Firm Plans Space Elevator to Run by 2050
Japanese construction company Obayashi has announced that it plans to build a space elevator by the year 2050, as reported by Australia's ABC news. If built, the elevator would revolutionize space ... more
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Midland International Receives FAA Spaceport License Approval
In a joint release the Midland International Airport, Midland Development Corporation, XCOR Aerospace and Orbital Outfitters announced the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of a Commerc ... more
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NASA Seeks Best and Brightest for Space Technology Fellowships
NASA is seeking applications from U.S. graduate students for the agency's Space Technology Research Fellowships. The research grants, worth as much as $74,000 per year, will coincide with the ... more
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Internet moguls Musk, Bezos shake up US space race
The space race to end America's reliance on Russia escalated this week with a multibillion-dollar NASA award for SpaceX's Elon Musk and an unexpected joint venture for Blue Origin's Jeff Bezos. ... more
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Shrink-wrapping spacesuits
For future astronauts, the process of suiting up may go something like this: Instead of climbing into a conventional, bulky, gas-pressurized suit, an astronaut may don a lightweight, stretchy garmen ... more
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MIT researchers developing tight-fitting space suits of the future
The next generation of space suits look less Apollo 11 and a lot more Apolo Ohno, less Michelin Man and more Silver Surfer - that is, out with the bulky, gas-pressurized suit and in with the lightweight, form-fitting second skin. ... more
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Spaceship designer who helped send Gagarin into orbit dies at 92
A spaceship designer who worked on Yury Gagarin's Vostok spaceship and was the last to shake his hand before liftoff, Oleg Ivanovsky, died on Thursday at 92, the Russian space agency said. ... more
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