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NASA Delays Low-Flying Plane Flights

NASA Flights Seek To Improve View Of Air Pollution From Space “Initial test flights are planned for the week of June 27, with up to 14 science flights starting as early as July 1. The P-3B, a four-engine turboprop, will carry nine instruments. The two-engine UC-12 will carry two instruments. Sampling will focus on an area extending from Beltsville, Md., to the northeastern corner of Maryland in a pattern that […]

  • NASA Watch
  • June 27, 2011
There Are Several Reasons Not To Fly Any More Ares

Bolden at odds with Nelson on Ares I tests , Orlando Sentinel “I can’t pay for an Ares I today. It’s too expensive,” said Bolden, speaking after a meeting of the Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee. “That’s an easy decision for me because it wipes out everything. My friend Sen. Nelson, and he is my friend to be quite honest, we respectfully agree to disagree on this. It is incredibly […]

  • NASA Watch
  • May 19, 2010