The Orbital Mechanics Podcast

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Episode 382: DOWNLINK--Joel C. Sercel PhD, CEO of TransAstra


Spaceflight News

— ISS EVAs resumed (spacenews.com) (blogs.nasa.gov)

— Back in March, Matthias Maurer had a leak in his suit (spacenews.com) (phys.org) (blogs.nasa.gov)

Short & Sweet

— Geotail in Jeopardy (space.com)

— ESA turns to SpaceX (spacenews.com) (nasaspaceflight.com) (spacenews.com)

— Tiangong nears completion (spacenews.com)

— Polaris Dawn mission scheduled for March 2023 (space.com)

— NASA orders three more Orion spacecraft (lockheedmartin.com)

Interview – Joel C. Sercel PhD, CEO of TransAstra

— TransAstra recently formed a partnership with Celestron (spacenews.com)

— transastra.com

— linkedin.com/in/joelsercel/

— twitter.com/JoelSercel 

This Week in Spaceflight History

— Oct 28, 2014: the failure of Cygnus Orb-3 (en.wikipedia.org) (everydayastronaut.com) (spaceflightnow.com) (PDF: nasa.gov) (youtube.com)

— Kunetsov saved 80 NK-33s (HT Csaba: youtu.be)

— Next week (11/1 - 11/7) in 2000: Making a new home, then pulling Dennis away from it.


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 2022-10-26  1h48m