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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #40 on: 01/26/2024 06:05 pm »
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Join Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal) for all the week's big events in space, including some bittersweet news. 🫡

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #41 on: 02/02/2024 07:56 pm »
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This Week In Spaceflight, with Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal) Big Stations on Big Rockets, Shuttle Endeavour's final stacking, and more!

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #42 on: 02/09/2024 06:03 pm »


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Elysia Segal brings you the latest spaceflight news: starting with Oleg Kononenko shattering a long-standing human spaceflight record. Meanwhile, SpaceX gears up for an ambitious test of Starship, rolling out for stacked testing in anticipation of its third monumental flight. And not to be overshadowed, SpaceX's PACE mission takes to the skies, embarking on a mission to deepen our understanding of Earth's oceans, clouds, and ecosystems.

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #43 on: 02/16/2024 08:07 pm »


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Join Elysia Segal for an electrifying update this week in spaceflight, covering the journey of a new lunar lander to the Moon, Starship's pivotal launch rehearsal, and a historic Falcon 9 launch - its 300th flight! From Blue Origin's New Glenn simulator making its way to the launch pad to classified missions and breakthrough satellite deployments, this episode packs in the latest advancements and milestones in space exploration. Subscribe for weekly insights into the evolving landscape of space travel and stay tuned as we delve into the progress, innovation, and future of humanity's quest beyond Earth.
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