Back to a more exciting future

by | Dec 13, 2007 | exploration | 0 comments

NASAWatch.com has posted some fun videos, one is about the futuristic spaceflight dreams of a bygone era and the other is a nifty CGI’d Shuttle zooming into Cape Town, South Africa

Hobbyspace.com has some more Google lunar X prize info and various assorted links here and here

It is not such a happy state of affairs over at New Scientist with bad news for the UK’s involvement in space related physics and astronomy projects

Personal Spaceflight.com has the latest on the New Mexico spaceport tax district saga

And finally, Hobbyspace.com is doing a very good job of covering the US Air Force Research Laboratory’s Full-reusable Access to Space Technology programme. I interviewed its manager Captain Nidal Jodeh recently so expect more on FAST from me soon

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