What are the world’s major space agencies doing?

by | Oct 24, 2007 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Space Politics has a think about the ongoing NASA budget shenanigans

Aviation Week and Space Technology has some info on the next solid rocket test for NASA’s Constellation programme and a report here on the impending investigation into the anomalous Soyuz TMA-10 landing

NASAWatch reports on China’s imminent lunar mission launch

According to this report the upper stage engine re-ignition test that took place during the actual 5 October launch of the Intelsat 11 and Optus D2 satellites in preparartion for the Ariane 5 ES rocket flight, that will launch the European Space Agency’s Automated Transfer Vehicle, went well – you can find the original ESA report here

And JAXA has another astronaut report here

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