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Episode 367: Going Ballistic


Spaceflight News

— CAPSTONE’s gone. And now it’s back! (space.com) (spacenews.com) (spacenews.com) (satellitetoday.com)

— AS published a Ballistic Lunar Transfer cheat-sheet (PDF: amazonaws.com VIA advancedspace.com)

— TCM-1C may not be necessary (nasa.gov) (advancedspace.com)

Short & Sweet

— Minotaur II explodes (thehill.com) (noozhawk.com)

— X-37B beats own record on orbit (space.com)

— Starship 24 readies for flight (interestingengineering.com) (nasaspaceflight.com) (twitter.com/SpaceX) (twitter.com/SpaceX)

This Week in Spaceflight History

— 16th July, 2013: Luca Parmitano’s leaky suit on EVA-23 (PDF: nasa.gov) (PDF: ntrs.nasa.gov) (youtube.com)

— The water separator drum holes were blocked with mineral deposits (nasaspaceflight.com) (PDF: ntrs.nasa.gov)

— Airlock Cooling Loop Recovery ion beds were implicated (PDF: ttu-ir.tdl.org)

— EMU was developed with on-orbit rescue in mind. (PDF: nescacademy.nasa.gov)

— Next week (7/19 - 7/25) in 1992: Electro-coccyx.


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