Atlantis’ penultimate flight

by | Nov 19, 2007 | Space Shuttle | 0 comments discusses work on NASA’s Space Shuttle Atlantis as it is being prepared for the launch on 6 December for its STS-122 mission, which could be its penultimate flight

Following NASA administrator Mike Griffin’s congressional testimony last week Space Politics has a right old ding dong going about what will actually happen to Shuttle come 2010

At Aviation Week and Space Technology senior space editor Frank Morring investigates solar array rotary joint issues at Atlantis’ destination, the International Space Station

But if you feel you want something of the more slightly more whacky variety, then there is always Bill Sweetman’s near-space flying Talon Topper

I’m sure I have seen this before somewhere but AvWeek is reporting another delay for the European Space Agency’s Mars rover Exomars mission

And finally, I couldn’t end this without a completely random link to Alan Boyle’s Cosmic log

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