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Episode 361: DOWNLINK--Vaya Space


Spaceflight News

— Psyche launch (sike!) (space.com) (spacenews.com) (spaceflightnow.com)

Short & Sweet

— Airbus wins contract to build LISA (airbus.com)

— China prepares for next crewed launch (spacenews.com) (cnet.com)

— Starliner, Present and Future (americaspace.com) (spacenews.com) (spacenews.com) (spacenews.com)

Interview – Kineo Wallace, Lead Propulsion Design Engineer and Mickael “Buzzy” Buswell, Primary Structures Engineer of Vaya Space

— Further reading: ABS 3D printed fuel grain studies at the University of Tennessee (sci-hubtw.hkvisa.net) (sci-hubtw.hkvisa.net)

— Kineo and Buzzy

— linkedin.com/in/kineowallace

— twitter.com/kineo_wallace 

— instagram.com/buzzedwell

— Vaya Space

— Vayaspace.com

— twitter.com/vayaspace

— instagram.com/vayaspace

— facebook.com/VayaSpace

— linkedin.com

This Week in Spaceflight History

— June 4, 1996: The maiden launch of Ariane 5, flight V88 (en.wikipedia.org) (bugsnag.com) (mit.edu) (HT Csaba: hownot2code.com)

— Next week (6/7 - 6/13) in 2012: Making it harder for ourselves.


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 2022-06-01  1h30m