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Offline Phillip Clark

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Re: Spaceflight Magazine
« Reply #200 on: 07/03/2018 06:24 AM »
Thank you for highlighting this.   Once Cosmos 2519 ends its current manoeuvres I will finalise the second article looking at the mission in 2018.

You can see my updates to the mission in the Kosmos 2519/2521/2523 thread in the "Russian Launches" section on here.
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Re: Spaceflight Magazine
« Reply #201 on: 07/04/2018 06:27 PM »
Unidentified flying object
Analyst and specialist in Russian and Chinese space programmes, Phillip S. Clark examines the objectives behind the flight of Cosmos 2519 and associated satellites.

Deserving of a highlight given the author.  Congrats, Phillip.

You did not highlight my name....🤔

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Re: Spaceflight Magazine
« Reply #202 on: 07/11/2018 04:26 PM »
Unidentified flying object
Analyst and specialist in Russian and Chinese space programmes, Phillip S. Clark examines the objectives behind the flight of Cosmos 2519 and associated satellites.

Deserving of a highlight given the author.  Congrats, Phillip.

You did not highlight my name....
Wow, 2 3 articles by NSF regulars in the same issue!  I totally missed that and it is of course equally deserving of highlight.  My lame excuse will have to be that I knew Phillip's article was going to be in an upcoming issue, so I was specifically watching for it but didn't know to expect yours as well (I haven't followed the OmegA threads closely, so if it was announced there I may have missed it).  And then I managed to read right past your name without recognition when skimming the contents list.  My apologies.  Such embarrassment.   :-[ :-[

Congrats Jacques!
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And then there were four
Gerard van der Haar and Jacques van Oene describe the newly named launch vehicle from Orbital ATK, the fourth in a plethora of new rockets vying for customers.
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Re: Spaceflight Magazine
« Reply #203 on: 07/12/2018 01:18 AM »

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Re: Spaceflight Magazine
« Reply #204 on: 07/12/2018 10:12 AM »
The June issue will have an article by me on using a GAMBIT satellite to image Skylab.
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Saving Skylab (the Top Secret way)
Dwayne A. Day looks into the recently declassified archives and finds a subtext to the remarkable rescue mission of the Skylab space station involving the GAMBIT spy satellite.

Gee, I'm really tripping all over myself. :'(  I wouldn't have recognized your name on my own, but you did conveniently post that you had an article in this issue only a few comments above.  Well, at least this way you each get personalized, if somewhat belated in a few cases, congratulations.  Congrats, Blackstar! 
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Re: Spaceflight Magazine
« Reply #205 on: 07/13/2018 06:02 PM »
No worries. You should buy the issue. In fact, you should buy five of them: one to read, one to store for posterity, one to display on your coffee table, and two to give away as gifts. It's a beautiful-looking issue. So you really want it in your library.

(No. I don't get any money from them.)

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