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Wed, Apr 25, 2018

Vice President Pence Swears In New NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine

VP, New Administrator Spoke With Astronauts Aboard ISS During The Ceremony

Jim Bridenstine officially took office as the 13th administrator of NASA Monday after he was given the oath of office by Vice President Mike Pence at the agency’s headquarters in Washington.

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Tue, Apr 24, 2018

Airborne-Unmanned 04.24.18: XPO 2018, Apple v Drones, Mosquito-Packed Drones

Also: Osage Nations Repurposes Airpark, UAV/Drone Certification, Leonardo's M-40 Target Drone, GA-ASI Flight Deck Taxi
 
Only a few more days to go...  THE major unmanned exposition of the year -- AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018 starts Monday, April 30, 2018 and runs through Thursday, May 3, 2018 at the Colorado Convention Center, in Denver. This premier event unites the largest global community of drone, intelligent robotics and unmanned systems leaders to shape the future of the industry. Featuring the largest and most comprehensive trade show, this event is the spot to learn from daily keynotes with tech visionaries and 200+ world-class sessions as well as connect with 8,500+ industry pros and business experts from 20+ industries. Drone pilot Duncan Sinfield has been regularly capturing videos of the construction of Apple's new circular campus in ... dubbed "Apple Park" ... being build in Cupertino, CA. But that looks like Apple is not particul

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Mon, Apr 23, 2018

Airborne 04.23.18: Hemisphere Suspended, Thunderbirds Fly, Apple v Drones

Also: New NASA Administrator, AD For CFM56-7B, Engine Display Upgrade On C-441, First BBJ MAX

Textron Aviation has suspended work on the Citation Hemisphere large business jet, citing ongoing problems with the Safran Silvercrest engine selected to power the new airplane. Textron CEO Scott Donnelly announced the suspension during a conference call with analysts last week. "I think everybody knows there have been some issues around the engine that was slated for that aircraft," Donnelly said. The USAF Thunderbirds demonstration team has resumed operations and practice following the fatal injury of pilot Major Stephen "Cajun" Del Bagno during training on April 4. Thunderbirds commander Lt. Col. Kevin Walsh released a video announcing the resumption of operations. "While our hearts are still heavy with the loss of our wingman Cajun, we know he’d want us back in the air and preparing to recruit, retain and inspire once more," Walsh said. Drone

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Mon, Apr 23, 2018

Mission To The Moon: Stratasys Joins Forces With LM And PADT

Will Engineer Advanced 3D Printed Parts For NASA's Orion Mission

Stratasys Ltd. and Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies are teaming with Lockheed Martin Space to deliver next-generation 3D printed parts for NASA’s Orion deep-space spacecraft. Key to the project are Stratasys advanced materials – including an ESD variant of the new Antero 800NA, a PEKK-based thermoplastic offering high performance mechanical, chemical, and thermal properties.

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Mon, Apr 23, 2018

Cobham To Supply LM Orion Crew Module Elements

Components Include Environmental Controls And Life Support

Cobham announced at the 34th Space Symposium that it has recently been awarded contracts by Lockheed Martin Space to supply a suite of space-rated life support and propulsion components for NASA’s Orion deep space exploration spacecraft. The components will fly on the Exploration Mission-2 crew module, the first flight of Orion with astronauts onboard. Components for the Environmental Control and Life Support System (ECLSS) include regulators, positive pressure relief valves, check and relief valves, pyrotechnic valves, and oxygen service valves used to maintain a life sustaining environment for the astronauts.

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