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Aerospaceguide.net: Newsletter 60, Monday 31st, December, 2012

Hi Everyone,

Due to demand the Space Newsletter is back in action. Its 1 year since the last
newsletter.

NEW PAGES

* Most Spectacular Pictures from AeroSpaceGuide in 2012.
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/pictures/index.html

This page has some of the most amazing astronomy / space pictures online. To
navigate to other pages with pictures, use the navigation at the bottom of the
page.

* AeroSpaceGuide Homepage
http://www.aerospaceguide.net

Since the last newsletter, AeroSpaceGuide Homepage has had a few face-lifts.
Social media buttons have been added. Also there are more nice pictures on the
homepage and easier access to the Space Pictures section.

* Mars Science Laboratory
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/mars/science_laboratory.html

Mars Science Laboratory is a NASA robotic space probe mission. It landed
Curiosity, a Mars Rover in Gale Crater on August 6, 2012.

The aim of the mission is to study the geology and climate of Mars and to search
for Martian life. Data collected will also be useful for a future manned mission
to Mars.

* Doctor Who Series 7
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/doctorwho/2012.html

Doctor Who Series 7 Part 1 was shown on television in 2012. The second part of
Series 7 will be shown in Spring 2013. This page is a brief guide to the
episodes of the series.

* Orion Exploration Flight Test-1
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/spacecraft/eft-1.html

Orion Exploration Flight Test 1 is the 1st planned un-crewed test flight of the
Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. Lockheed Martin Space Systems will conduct
the Orion Exploration Flight Test-1 in 2014 under contract to NASA.

* SpaceX CRS-1
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/iss/spacex-crs-1.html

SpaceX CRS-1 was the 1st commercial resupply mission to the International Space
Station. It was launched on October 7, 2012. It was also the first private
contracted NASA mission to the ISS.

SPACE NEWS IN BRIEF

1. NASA Renames Radiation Belt Mission to Van Allen Probes.
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/radiation.html

NASA has renamed twin satellites, originally known as the Radiation Storm Belt
Probes to the Van Allen Probes in honor of James Van Allen.

2. NASA announced in 2012 a new Mars Mission called InSight.
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/mars/insight.html

As part of its Discovery program, NASA announced the selection of the InSight
lander mission to investigate the interior of Mars.

3. NASA's 1st Cygnus Space Mission to ISS in 2013.
http://www.aerospaceguide.net/spacerocket/antares.html

Read about the Antares Rocket. It will launch NASA's 1st Space Mission to the
International Space Station of Orbital Science's Cygnus spacecraft. Launch date:
maybe in Spring 2013.

Happy New Year 2013.

See you next year.

Regards,
Vic Stathopoulos
(Web Master)

Newsletter No. 59 " Commercial Space Race "
Moved some of the books from the New Book Releases page to various pages in the Space Books section.

Newsletter No. 55 " Space Tourism "

Hi Everyone,

This is a sample of the AeroSpaceGuide Newsletter. The Newsletter is a free emailed newsletter which informs you of what is updated on this web site and includes some Space News. Newsletters are sent approximately once every 4 to 6 weeks. However, at times a newsletter can be sent at least once a month (maximum 4 times every 30 days) if there is some important news. Below is a sample.

What is updated?

Space Quiz

Test your knowledge by trying the Space Quiz. Its use great fun and educational. Great for families, students and teachers. Topics covered include the Solar System, Planets, Spacecraft, Space Missions, Entertainment related and more.

Apollo 11

The first manned mission to land on the Moon was Apollo 11. It was launched on July 16, 1969 on a Saturn 5 Moon Rocket. It carried Neil Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin. On July 20 1969, Armstrong and Aldrin became the first humans to land on the Moon, while Collins orbited above.

Space Shop

The Space Shop features all sort of stuff you can by. By buying something you can suggest it keeping AeroSpaceGuide.net alive. Sections include: Astronomy Books, Russia, History, Exploration, Space Shuttle Books, Stations, Space Women and Star Wars Books

Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

The first Space Shuttle tragedy occurred on  January 28, 1986, when the Space Challenger Disaster happened killing all seven people on board. The Challenger Mission was the 25th Space Shuttle mission and the 10th launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger. It was launched from Pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Women in Space

Features a  timeline of famous firsts for women astronauts, cosmonauts, space shuttle pilots and commanders and more in the Women in Space page.

Space Tourism

The age of Space Tourism has begun. On April 28, 2001, Dennis Tito, a California-based multi-millionaire, became the first ever space tourist. He was launched into space in a Russian Soyuz capsule. The second space tourist was Mark Shuttleworth who also visited the International Space Station. Virgin Galactic plans to commence sub-orbital space flights

National Space Centre

The National Space Centre is a visitor attraction dedicated to space and is located in Leicester, England, UK. It contains interactive exhibitions, some of Britain's largest rockets and satellites, a planetarium and the Challenger Learning Centre. The centre hosts many exciting weekend events including lots of school holiday specials. It is run as an educational charity and offers science workshops for school children of all ages.

Solar System

This is one of the best looking pages I have done. It summarises our Solar System. Our Solar System consists of the Sun and the eight planets, their moons, dwarf planets, asteroids, Kuiper belt objects, Oort Cloud, comets, meteoroids and interplanetary dust.


SPACE NEWS IN BRIEF

1. New Russian Launch Facility

Russia will start manned launches from the new cosmodrome Vostochny in the Far East Amur Region from 2018. President Putin signed a decree on November 6 on building a new cosmodrome, which will be located in the Amur Region. It's called Vostochny.

The construction will take place ten years. Design and experimental works will last two years. The first launches are due by the year 2015. By 2018, launches under manned spacecraft programs maybe
available.

2. Doctor Who News

(a) It's with great sadness to announce the first producer of Doctor Who, Verity Lambert has passed away in November. Verity produced Doctor Who when the series began in 1963.

(b) Billie Piper is to re-materialise on Doctor Who, reprising her role as the time-travelling adventurer's sidekick Rose Tyler. She may appear in three of the 13 episodes to be shown in 2008. It is rumoured Davros may return.

(c) Voyage of the Damned, the Christmas special will run for 71 minutes instead of the usual 60 on the BBC in the UK on Christmas Day.

3. China publishes first moon picture

China published the first picture of the moon captured by Chang'e-1 in late November, marking the success of the country's first lunar probe project. The framed black-and-white photo was unveiled by
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center.


TOPICS OF DISCUSSION

Add your comments to the Space Projects Yahoo Club.

If you wish to debate a subject, you can also use the Space Projects Yahoo Club. It is a forum where you can leave your opinion, thoughts, feelings and ideas. Here are some ideas.

  1. Should the next space first be an ALL CREWED FEMALE on the Space Shuttle or Russian Soyuz?
  2. What do you think is the future of Space Tourism? Do you have a dream?
  3. Would you spend 1 week holiday in space in first class, sipping champagne and looking at our lovely Earth? Sounds nice?

See you in the next newsletter.

Vic Stathopoulos
Web Master


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