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Month: December 2008
Columbia Report Telecon Notes

NASA Report Reviews Crew Safety Measures During Columbia Accident, Recommends Improvements “A media teleconference will be held at 3 p.m. CST Tuesday to discuss the report. To participate, reporters must […]

  • December 30, 2008
Columbia Report Issued

NASA Report: Understanding Columbia’s Loss, SpaceRef “Accidents are things to be avoided. However, by the very nature of how we currently send humans into space and return them to Earth, […]

  • December 30, 2008
ULA Briefings Show that EELVS Can Replace Ares 1

Military rockets: Solution for NASA?, Orlando Sentinel “According to documents presented to Obama’s transition team three weeks ago — including internal studies by the rockets’ manufacturer, United Launch Alliance — […]

  • December 30, 2008
Today's Video: Dave's Space Disco

From the Discovery Channel: “This week in space: Mars Dust Storms, Spirit Rover Anniversary, SPACEX/Orbital Sciences/NASA Deal, Virgin Galactic.” Video Below

  • December 30, 2008
Foreigners Banned From Baikonur

Kazakhstan bans foreigners from Baikonur, other areas, Novosti “The Kazakh government issued a decree on Friday banning foreigners from visiting four areas of the country, including the city of Baikonur, […]

  • December 29, 2008
Change.gov is Open for Questions

Editor’s note: the following was sent out to the Change.gov email list today – I checked and there a half a dozen or so space-related questions already posted. “Dear Friend: […]

  • December 29, 2008