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Aerospace News

Fri, Oct 18, 2019

Dream Chaser Spacecraft Primary Structure Arrives In Colorado

Most Advanced High-Temperature Composite Spaceframe Delivered

The primary vehicle structure for Sierra Nevada Corporation's Dream Chaser spacecraft has been delivered to the company's Colorado production facility, kicking off full assembly of the spacecraft ahead of its first mission for NASA in 2021. The structure is the largest piece of technology to make up Dream Chaser and the most advanced high-temperature composite spaceframe ever built.

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Fri, Oct 18, 2019

Aero-TV: Avionics 4 Innovators - Avilution’s Avionics Solution for Samson

New Type Of Aircraft Needed A New Type  Of Panel
 
When you design a new type of aircraft, for instance one that is intended to be driven on a road as well as flown like an airplane, you need a new type of panel that will work in both configurations.

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Fri, Oct 18, 2019

Firefly Black, LLC Receives Air Force Orbital Services Program Award

Contract Valued At Up To $986 Million

Firefly Black has been selected by the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center's Small Launch and Targets Division as a launch service provider for the Orbital Services Program-4 Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract. Valued at up to $986 million, OSP-4 seeks to provide the Air Force with responsive launch solutions as a follow-on to its successful OSP-3 program.

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Fri, Oct 18, 2019

SpaceX Steps Up Efforts To Recapture Fairings

Adds Second Ship For Recovering The Components To Its Fleet

SpaceX has added a second ship designed to recover fairings from its launch vehicles to its fleet. The Ms. Chief joins the Ms. Tree in the company's efforts to make as many components of its spacecraft as possible reusable.

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Thu, Oct 17, 2019

AMA Drone Report 10.17.19: Senator v FAA, Droners Released By Iran, Mavic Mini?

Also: NBAA Webcast Schedule, Ford Drone, NATS Drone Course, Drone Saves Boy, Store Stops UAV Sales
 
Unfortunately; quite a few lawmakers seem to think they know more about how to regulate aviation than the FAA... and based on several recent actions, it appears that they may be in serious error. The errant legislation would institute controls above and beyond, or in defiance of, those imposed by the FAA. The aerial know-it-all, this time, is a Republican Senator from Utah by the name of Mike Lee. The Senator is introducing a bill that would allow states, cities, and even Native American tribes, to take control over a significant part of US airspace while instituting new rules for drones. Most worrisome is the possibility that this would result in hundreds, if not thousands, of new rules, enacted by legal bodies that may have little or no aviation expertise and create a whole new level of chaos. Two Australians who had been imprisoned in Iran since July

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