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March 31, 2017

Airborne 03.31.17: SpaceX Reuses Booster, New Mooney Ultra, 'Hot Stuff' Racer

Also: Fairness For Pilots Act, Aviation Comm/Mktg, Hilton Software, Bearhawk, Orbital ATK, GA Appreciation, NASA Update

To the continuing amazement of the aerospace world. Elon Musk’s SpaceX crew have raised the space age bar yet again... this time, successfully RE-LAUNCHING and RE-LANDING a previously used Falcon 9 First stage. The Falcon 9 booster, which previously flew in April 2016, launched from the Kennedy Space Center at 1827 EDT to fulfill the SES-10 mission and put a communications satellite into orbit for Luxembourg-based SES SA. The flawless, on-time launch allowed SpaceX to deliver SES

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Klyde Morris 03.31.17

The IRS Will Surely Squash You Like A ... Er ... Never Mind Klyde


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Airborne 03.30.17: CSeries TransAtlantic, Freedom Drone Sports, SLS Test

Also: LA Times v Santa Monica, FAA UAS Symposium, China Lake AirShow, Drone Pollination, Airline Traffic, F-35, Western Aircraft

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has confirmed that a CSeries aircraft, with a representative payload,  successfully flew non-stop from London City Airport to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City. The direct intercontinental flight followed a series of successful flights to demonstrate the CS100 aircraft's capabilities for operations to and from LCY, including steep approach landing and short runway performance. The FAI and Freedom Drone Sports have signed a memorandum

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (03.31.17)

“When it comes to aviation safety and security, we should never apply a cookie-cutter policy. It’s too risky and it invites trouble. We certainly won’t be able to tolerate necessary regulations being sidelined because of this order.” Source: ALPA president Capt. Tim Canoll.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.31.17): Heading Indicator

An instrument which senses airplane movement and displays heading based on a 360 azimuth, with the final zero omitted.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.31.17)

Four Important NASA Missions That May Vanish in 2018

From National Geographic ... a look at the newly released White House budget which proposes cuts to the space agency's Earth sciences program, including cancellation of key satellites.

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