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The February 2011 issue of Aerospace Florida magazine is out. You can download for FREE a PDF version of the magazine at http://www.aerospaceflorida.com or read select articles online. This month's issue features:

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Makes Successful Debut

NASA Continues Spending Millions For Constellation Amidst Budget Stalemate

NASA Names Backup STS-134 Commander, New Launch Dates

Masten Space Systems Planning Test Flights From Cape Canaveral

United Space Alliance Continues Workforce Reduction Efforts

Discovery Returns To VAB For Tank Repairs

Aircraft Maintenance Firm Moves To Florida

Sanswire Locates Headquarters At KSC

Network-Enabled Weapon Joint Capability Technology Demonstration Features J-STARS

Astrotech Wins Navy Satellite Processing Contract

STSS Demonstration Satellites Complete On-Orbit Calibration

NASA Offers Flight Opportunities To Suborbital Researchers

The Future of Space Travel

History of Shuttle-C


PLUS:

5-page photo spread: The First Flight of Dragon

Aerospace Event Calendar

Global Launch Manifest.


Aerospace Florida is published monthly by the Aerospace Research & Engineering Systems Insitute, Inc. Aerospace Florida continues the mission of ARES Institute, Inc. to educate the public about the importance of space exploration with timely news coverage of the space industry. Aerospace Florida is primarily focused on the Florida and how the state is impacted by events in the business, legislative and operational areas of the space industry. The goal of the publication is to provide unique, focused news coverage to business leaders, elected officials and the general public.

Founded in 2002, Aerospace Research & Engineering Systems Institute, Inc. is a registered IRS 501 (c)3 tax-exempt organization dedicated to promoting space exploration through public outreach, education initiatives and hand-on engineering projects involving primary and secondary students, aerospace professionals and the public.
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