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Episode 383: Begging for Rides and Ropes


Spaceflight News

— VirtualAGC posts their final LM software package (github.com/virtualagc) (ibiblio.org) (github.com/thewonderidiot) (youtube.com)

— Play with a virtual rope module (apolloguidance.computer)

— If you own a rope module, or know someone who does, please get in touch! The vAGC group is happy to keep donors anonymous. Contact Ron Burkey: info@sandroid.org

— Project Kuiper looking for a ride (spacenews.com)

Short & Sweet

— NASA launch slips (spacenews.com) (spacenews.com)

— Polaris Dawn slips again (spacenews.com)

— Centaur causes a slip (spacenews.com)

Questions, Comments, Corrections

— LeonRunningMan (discord.com)

— Victus Nox contract was awarded two days before the launch. 

— More info on eSR19 (defenseindustrydaily.com)

— Andrew Z via email: EMU 2.0, or an EVA pod?

This Week in Spaceflight History

— 2 Nov, 2000. Docking of Expedition 1, beginning our continuous human presence in space. (en.wikipedia.org) (en.wikipedia.org) (Space.com VIA web.archive.org)

— Next week (11/8 - 11/14) in 2013: Like Icarus, but in reverse


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 2022-11-02  1h12m