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Congratulations on the Space Adventures agreement!

Posted by: RobJellinghaus - Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:58 am
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Congratulations on the Space Adventures agreement! 
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Post Congratulations on the Space Adventures agreement!   Posted on: Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:58 am
This is very good news. Congratulations to Armadillo on what I hope will be a successful partnership. I hope your multi-module development goes well.

Cheers!
Rob Jellinghaus
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(p.s. Thanks for twittering, John!)


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Post Re: Congratulations on the Space Adventures agreement!   Posted on: Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:52 am
actually, they already posted that news in april, but it had disappeared from the site...

Looks like it was reposted now.


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Post Re: Congratulations on the Space Adventures agreement!   Posted on: Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:41 pm
Yeah, we had a power outage that required the site to be restored from backup, and for some reason, the backup was a few months old. So I had to re-create a few things we had added since the backup; we should be all back up to date now.


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Post Re: Congratulations on the Space Adventures agreement!   Posted on: Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:15 pm
Is this agreement related to the NASA funded research program?
Or am I confusing things here?

BTAIM, I do congratulate Armadillo Aerospace on its plans
within the next two months to launch two flights
upto nine miles altitude above Oklahoma.
(That's above 90% of the earth's atmosphere if I'm not mistaken;
good altitude to test maneuvering thrusters and gas-jets).

And, if I'm not mistaken, AA is planning to carry out a third
launch and flight under NASA's sponsorship, early next year,
upto an altitude of 25 miles above NM.
:o
As far as I'm concerned, 25 miles up is within the boundary region to outer
space. A good place to test all the systems in your rocket-propelled craft.

Congratulations! AA is about to turn a major corner in its ambitious program.


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