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Episode 363: A Surfeit of Hypergols


Spaceflight News

— Cargo Dragon leak (cnet.com) (space.com)

— Ingenuity’s woes (cnet.com) (mars.nasa.gov) (PDF: arc.nasa.gov)

— Martian winter is dustier due to heat gradients (HT Csaba: space.com)

Breaking Madness

— Astra TROPICS-1 failure (space.com) (spaceflightnow.com)

Short & Sweet

— Korean startup targets launch from Brazil later this year (smallsatnews.com)

— NASA to launch from Australia (phys.org)

— JWST struck by micrometeoroids (space.com) (HT Colin: (theverge.com) (HT DeltaV: blogs.nasa.gov)

Questions, Comments, Corrections

— From the intro: Spinlaunch’s sabot (twitter.com/djsnm)

This Week in Spaceflight History

— 16 Jun, 1961: The Final Fleming Committee Report submitted (hq.nasa.gov) (hq.nasa.gov) (PDF HT Mike Stewart: ntrs.nasa.gov)

— Saturn C-3 and Nova were the main options at this point (wikipedia.org) (en.wikipedia.org)

— Next week (6/21 - 6/27) in 1982: Enjoy the extra leg room while it lasts!


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