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SpaceApps Limassol 2015-Nominated Team #2:Arachnobeea

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The ACRA Hass 2CA uses hydrogen peroxide and kerosene as propellants

The ACRA Hass 2CA uses hydrogen peroxide and kerosene as propellants

The U.S. Air Force’s ninth Global Positioning System (GPS) 2F satellite, GPS 2F-9, is encapsulated in the Delta 4 rocket’s four-meter-diameter nose cone at a processing facility and then moved to the launch pad at Complex 37 for mating to its booster inside the mobile service tower.

The U.S. Air Force’s ninth Global Positioning System (GPS) 2F satellite, GPS 2F-9, is encapsulated in the Delta 4 rocket’s four-meter-diameter nose cone at a processing facility and then moved to the launch pad at Complex 37 for mating to its booster inside the mobile service tower.

Europe’s ExoMars orbiter, due to begin a seven-month journey to the red planet March 14, has met its Russian Proton rocket booster as launch preparations enter the final stages at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Technicians from Khrunichev, the Proton’s manufacturer, oversaw the connection of the ExoMars spacecraft and its Breeze M stage with the core of the Proton rocket Saturday.

Europe’s ExoMars orbiter, due to begin a seven-month journey to the red planet March 14, has met its Russian Proton rocket booster as launch preparations enter the final stages at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Technicians from Khrunichev, the Proton’s manufacturer, oversaw the connection of the ExoMars spacecraft and its Breeze M stage with the core of the Proton rocket Saturday.

An international team of engineers deployed an Orion solar array wing inside the Space Power Facility (SPF) at NASA Glenn’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio on Feb. 29. The deployment of the 24-foot wing qualification model was an important first step to verify Orion’s power system for the spacecraft’s first flight atop the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, known as Exploration Mission-1 or EM-1, which will venture tens of thousands of miles beyond the moon.

An international team of engineers deployed an Orion solar array wing inside the Space Power Facility (SPF) at NASA Glenn’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio on Feb. 29. The deployment of the 24-foot wing qualification model was an important first step to verify Orion’s power system for the spacecraft’s first flight atop the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, known as Exploration Mission-1 or EM-1, which will venture tens of thousands of miles beyond the moon.

Credit: United Launch Alliance

Credit: United Launch Alliance

Navy pilot taxis in an F-35C Lightning II carrier variant, on the flight deck of…

Navy pilot taxis in an F-35C Lightning II carrier variant, on the flight deck of…

Orion's service module primary structure arrives in Bremen, Germany. The service module, developed by Airbus Defence and Space for the European Space Agency, will provide power and propulsion for Orion during its first flight in 2018.

Orion's service module primary structure arrives in Bremen, Germany. The service module, developed by Airbus Defence and Space for the European Space Agency, will provide power and propulsion for Orion during its first flight in 2018.

New NASA Museum Exhibit Features Pieces From Challenger and Columbia Disasters

NASA Exhibit Features Pieces From Shuttle Disasters

New NASA Museum Exhibit Features Pieces From Challenger and Columbia Disasters

Credit: United Launch Alliance

Credit: United Launch Alliance

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