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Dwayne Day explains how a fictional story may stir up very real feelings about the mission. The special relationship between the United States and United Kingdom extended to access to reconnaissance satellite imagery during the Cold War. Aaron Bateman examines how that influenced policy in the UK regarding arms control and anti-satellite weapons in the 1980s. The DARPA Launch Challenge ended last week without a winner as the sole remaining team failed to launch within the competition window. Jeff Foust reports on how Astra was less than a minute away from launching when it had to scrub its launch, and what it means for the long-running effort to demonstrate responsive launch.

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That which seems to best capture its essence is the Revolutionary War slogan “Give me liberty or give me death! ” For the students of USCRPL, space has always been and will always be a part of their mission. In the early days, a dozen or so rotating members would lend a hand, but sometimes Whittinghill had to bribe them with lunch. That is, until USCRPL’s first rocket, Del Carbon, named after the carbon fiber material it was built with and late nights designing at Del Taco, successfully launched in May 2006 to a height of 7,000 feet. The journey to space was paved by USCRPL’s founder, Ian Whittinghill, B.S.

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Imaginuity, a fully integrated traditional and digital marketing agency, is moving into a 28,838-square-foot redesigned office suite at One Main Place located at 1201 Main St. in Dallas. "Where in hell is the bird? Where is the bird?" shouted a space engineer at Cape Canaveral. Of course, Earth’s impending destruction could provide some incentive.

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All print issues include an accompanying interactive, digital edition on the Honest History app. Supported by our local trades people, designers, suppliers and builders along with interior decor and furnishing providers each issue will be a valuable resource for many months to come. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites. The Migrant’s Paradox Forum These works provide me with an axis not only to ask how nationally contrived immigration policies settle in space, but also how everyday configurations of refusal are convened in the urban margins. The opaque networks of undocumented migrants and spatial stories point instead to a more fluid, unstable and hidden set of connections, with a spatial history that is often evasive and difficult to pin down. Small-space decorating can be a challenge, but limited square footage doesn't have to curb your style.

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Some investors were attracted to the promise of nimble startups that might one day be gobbled up by Boeing or Northrop Grumman. Others, though, were simply fascinated by the twists and turns of a multibillion-dollar competition between three space barons. In 2003, Ellen Chang C88 WG98 and Michael Langman WG98 hatched a plan to put Wharton on the radar of the growing aerospace industry. “Ellen and I just said, ‘Let’s form a club, hold an annual conference, and try to attract some interesting people,’” explains Langman, a former U.S.

Founded by Aimee Yang WG20, the company uses so-called “grain-changing technology” to produce low-carbohydrate, high-protein versions of foods that are traditionally loaded with carbs. Better Brand’s inaugural product, the Better Bagel, boasts just five grams of net carbs (equivalent to one-fifth of a banana) and 24 grams of protein . With its trademarked technology, the company plans to break into other food categories in the future and, in the process, redefine healthy eating. The USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory has served as a training ground for many USC Viterbi alums, including Relativity Space co-founders Tim Ellis, B.S. AME ’12, M.S. With a rocket named Poise, USCRPL is testing a new propellant, for instance. This bimodal propellant will alter the ratio of particle sizes of the ammonium perchlorate, offering a lower burn rate than the Traveler propellant.

In a recent meeting, when an attendee suggested that Mackay and Masucci were lucky to have escaped serious problems after the entry glide-cone warning, the pilots grew defensive. In 2011, with the company contracting its flight-test program to Scaled Composites, a boutique aviation firm, a crash was narrowly averted when the spaceship got into an inverted spin. And in 2014 an accident killed one pilot, badly injured another, and left their spaceship in ruins. Every Virgin Galactic test flight is crewed, which makes each one a matter of life and death.

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