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Did you know NASA had to borrow U-2/SR-71 “yellow” Pressure Suits for first space shuttle mission?
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Space
NASA had to borrow U-2/SR-71 “yellow” Pressure Suits for first space shuttle mission. Here’s why.
NASA could have tried to rescue the crew of Space Shuttle Columbia if they had known the spacecraft was going to disintegrate on re-entry. Here’s how.
Losses and Aviation Safety / Space
NASA could have tried to Launch Space Shuttle Atlantis on a rescue mission if they had known Columbia was going to disintegrate on re-entry
U-2 Vs Corona: why KH-4 satellite failed to provide photographic intelligence during Cuban Missile Crisis while U-2 provided useful Time-critical intelligence
Cold War Era / Military Aviation / Space
U-2 Vs Corona: why KH-4 satellite failed to provide photographic intelligence during Cuban Missile Crisis while U-2 provided useful Time-critical intelligence
Sponsored by: Helion & Company
The story of Project Babylon, the Iraqi 1,000mm super gun intended to put a satellite into orbit
Space / Weapons
The story of Project Babylon, the Iraqi 1,000mm super gun intended to put a satellite into orbit
Sponsored by: Helion & Company
The Mysterious X-37B Spaceplane Lands After 780 Days in Orbit and Sets New Record
Military Aviation / Space
X-37B seventh mission could be its last
The story of the Celestial Eagle, the only F-15 fighter jet to destroy a satellite
Cold War Era / Military Aviation / Space
The story of the Celestial Eagle, the only F-15 fighter jet to destroy a satellite
Sponsored by: Mortons Books
NASA Contractor explains why the Space Shuttle smelled quite bad when ground crews got aboard after a flight to clean and unload
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation / Space
NASA Contractor tells why the Space Shuttle smelled quite bad when ground crews got aboard after a flight to clean and unload
The sheer stink of an Apollo cabin after two weeks was awe-inspiring: how Apollo Astronauts dumped on their way to the Moon and how they tried to stay clean without shower
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Space
The sheer stink of an Apollo cabin after two weeks was awe-inspiring: how Apollo Astronauts dumped on their way to the Moon and how they tried to stay clean without shower
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If NASA had known ahead of time Space Shuttle Columbia was going to disintegrate on re-entry, they could have tried to rescue its crew. Here’s how.
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation / Space
Here’s how NASA could have tried to rescue the crew of Space Shuttle Columbia if they had known the spacecraft was going to disintegrate on re-entry
X-37B Spaceplane lands after 908 days in space
Military Aviation / Space
X-37B Spaceplane lands after 908 days in space
Space Movie could make Top Gun: Maverick star Tom Cruise the First Civilian to Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station
Military Aviation / Space
Space Movie could make Top Gun: Maverick star Tom Cruise the First Civilian to Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station
NASA bids farewell to SOFIA: the unique Boeing 747SP aircraft modified to carry a reflecting telescope made its last flight
Aviation History / Civil Aviation / Space
NASA bids farewell to SOFIA: the unique Boeing 747SP aircraft modified to carry a reflecting telescope made its last flight
Here’s how much Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin earned for their moonwalk on the Apollo 11 Mission
Space
Here’s how much Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin earned for their moonwalk on the Apollo 11 Mission
Here’s why in many ways Elon Musk’s Starship is a 21st Century version of the Classic Douglas DC-3
Civil Aviation / Military Aviation / Space
Here’s why in many ways Elon Musk’s Starship is a 21st Century version of the Classic Douglas DC-3
NASA Contractor explains why the Space Shuttle smelled quite bad when ground crews got aboard after a flight to clean and unload
Aviation History / Space
NASA Contractor explains why the Space Shuttle smelled quite bad when ground crews got aboard after a flight to clean and unload
One Step Closer to Flight: time-lapse video shows manufacturing of the X-59 QueSST aircraft from May 2019 to June 2021
Civil Aviation / Space
One Step Closer to Flight: time-lapse video shows manufacturing of the X-59 QueSST aircraft from May 2019 to June 2021
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