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On the Loss of Galloping Ghost...

Posted 09-21-2011 at 05:05 PM by MaverickSawyer

I know that there are a lot of theories out on the Internet on what happened at Reno on Friday last week, so letís look at known facts.

KNOWN: 11 people have died, including the pilot.
KNOWN: More than 60 people were injured at various levels, ranging from minor scratches to traumatic amputations of limbs on the tarmac from flying debris.
KNOWN: Jimmy Leeward, owner and pilot of Galloping Ghost, had made dramatic modifications to the aircraft, including clipping a total...
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My Orbiter web page - vessels catalog

Posted 05-31-2011 at 02:50 PM by vchamp

One day I was planning a new mission and wanted to know which vessels are suitable for it. There is no centralized source of information about ships characteristics and abilities. At least I don't know such sources. So it was inconvenient to make the search in different docs.

After that I decided that making the vessels catalog is not a bad idea. It could be used as a reference when I need to know a vessel's weight, fuel mass, payload capacity, delta V, thrust, ISP, acceleration. Of...
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ASA - First HARP Missions and Preview - April 2011

Posted 04-23-2011 at 09:55 AM by kevin580
Updated 04-23-2011 at 03:44 PM by kevin580 (Updated)
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Our first missions were wonderful.
The 3 satellites flown into Orbit, taken photos and soon they will be deorbited by the engine on the back of the Minisats.

HARP-01: Our first mission, flown into 550km orbit around the earth, now deorbited over africa. Was scrubbed a few times because of small problems.

HARP-02: We had in this mission more photos, out of 640km orbit, but later burned in the atmosphere. Again scrubbed, too.

HARP-03: First photos...
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Ascension Space Agency

Posted 04-23-2011 at 09:08 AM by kevin580

Hello to our Blog. We'll post updates here and write about the next missions.

More Information is on our website, www.ascensionspaceagency.jimdo.com
And, of course, when you want, you can join us
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APEXSET celebrates Vostok 1 and 50 years of manned spaceflight (1961-2011)

Posted 04-12-2011 at 12:42 AM by Jupiter
Updated 03-07-2017 at 02:37 AM by Jupiter

From Vostok 1...
When Russia's Yuri Gagarin launched into space with Vostok 1, on April 12th, 1961, he only spent 108 minutes in orbit before returning to Earth.
But his miraculous journey bought the cosmos to Earth for all mankind and broke ground for a startling array of galactic achievements involving man in space that we still continue to herald today.

Gagarin was a gentlemen and a spiritual martyr in his own right; one of the elite of the Soviet Air Force ,
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