The Orbital Mechanics Podcast

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Episode 373: DOWNLINK--Chris Carella and Mahadevan Krishnan


Spaceflight News

— Artemis III landing site candidates released (nasa.gov) (spacenews.com)

— Artemis I rolled out August 16 (nasaspaceflight.com)

— Russian spacewalk cut short (nasaspaceflight.com) (cnet.com)

Short & Sweet

— Northrop Grumman to start astronaut training program (northropgrumman.com)

— Starship gets commercial satellite customer (spacenews.com)

— Spaceplane buddies (spacenews.com)

Questions, Comments, Correction Burns

— Masten bankruptcy bids… whole or piecemeal? (spacenews.com)

— Espen Urkedal via email: SLS FTS batteries?

Interview - Chris Carella, Benchmark Space Systems and Mahadevan Krishnan, AASC

— benchmarkspacesystems.com

— aasc.space

This Week in Spaceflight History

— 29th August 2001, Maiden launch of H-IIA (en.wikipedia.org) (PDF: mhi.com) 

— Two payloads were onboard: VEP-2 and LRE (space.skyrocket.de) (astronautix.com)

— Next week (8/30 - 9/5) in 2002. That’s no moon. That’s some of Huntington Beach’s finest work.


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 2022-08-24  1h34m