Category Archives: Missiles/Rockets/Bombs
Will the military need to be called in to blow up the rogue Intelsat satellite meandering through Earth’s orbit? Or maybe a NASA Space Shuttle could swing by and grab it? You may recall that in 2008, rather than risk … Continue reading
Apollo 11 Saturn V Launch (HD) Camera E-8 from Mark Gray on Vimeo.
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Previously Chrysler helped build the Saturn 1B A new agreement between NASA and Chrysler may put rocket science on the road and automotive technologies in space. The collaboration seeks to use technologies originally developed for human spaceflight to enhance future … Continue reading
An open letter by former astronauts Neil Armstrong, James Lovell and Eugene Cernan urge President Obama to reconsider what they warn would be “devastating” new policies for the future of NASA. When President Obama recently released his budget for NASA, … Continue reading
Some amazing photos from the Apollo 11 mission after the jump. Full Article
[usercontrol: /user controls/gallery.ascx ImageUrl=/gallery/wasserfall-10;RepeatColumns=6] The Wasserfall Ferngelenkte Flakrakete (English: Waterfall Remote-Controlled A-A Rocket), also known as Aggregat 5, was a World War II guided surface-to-air missile developed at Peenemünde, Germany. One of the German Wunderwaffen, the Wasserfall design was used … Continue reading
India successfully test-fired the land version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile and said it was ready for induction in the army. This was the third test-firing of the missile, developed under an Indo-Russian joint venture, since January. Full Article
Here are photos from my visit last week.