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FLIGHT #1 of Armadillo Aerospace's Level 2 attempt at NGLLC 2009 Watch Flight 1 of Armadillo Aerospace's successful attempt to qualify to win Level 2 of the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge. See Super Mod aka Scorpius return from the lunar surface pad to its original start position. The competition is still open as there are other teams attempting to win the $1M first place prize purse later in October 2009. You can find out more about NGLLC 2009 at: You can also see photos at:
Armadillo Aerospace - Mod free flight, engine restart, 4 views A four pane view of the boosted hop flight on June 5th, 2010 of the Mod vehicle with engine shutdown, drogue deployment, engine restart, safe landing. Video courtesy of Armadillo Aerospace.
Robonaut2 humanoid robot to help aerospace and auto industries The Robonaut2 is being jointly developed by NASA and General Motors to help humans in space and on Earth
UND Aerospace: Aviation From the 40th Anniversary Edition of The Big Bold Beyond, this piece features the Aviation program and multiple degree options at the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences.
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Armadillo Aerospace Super Mod rocket free flight 2010-09-16 First free flight of the Super Mod configuration with fairing and deployable legs. Apogee was 2247ft. This is the tripod shot that tracks it through the whole flight. I hope to post an edit and/or other angles later.
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Armadillo Aerospace 2010 Space Access Society video Annual progress video covering Armadillo Aerospace activities from roughly April '09 to April '10. First shown at this year's Space Access Society conference, this video has been available on our web site but this is the first time it's been posted in HD, and with closed captions. We have fans who are hearing impaired, so this is for you too!
Aerospace Killer Bees: USAF X-20 DynaSoar Reusable Spaceplane, Part 1 of 2 One of America's mistakes was not going through with the USAF Space program that as we know now, today with benefit of 20-20 hindsight, was sound using small, reusable aerospace re-entry gliders and a Manned Orbital Laboratory (MOL) space station but instead we poured $BILLIONS down the NASA rat hole of the dangerously flawed Space Shuttle. The Shuttle itself as an aerospace plane owes its existence to X-20 research and is sound, its just too big; the problem was and still is THE BOOST PHASE to get it into space from zero-to-hero; from zero speed on the launching pad to 10, 000+ mph using liquid-fueled rockets. The Space Shuttle is so heavy, its main liquid rocket fuel engines cannot even lift it from the pad! NASA then absurdly attached two SOLID rocket boosters to cheat and get it off the pad at extreme danger--since once lit they are uncontrollable which lead to the 1986 Challenger disaster that murdered 7 astronauts. Aerospace engineers knew from the drawing board that solid rocket boosters were unsound and unsafe, but didnt blow-the-whistle and the Space Shuttle racket continued to flow $ into NASA. They also knew that placing the aerospace plane ALONGSIDE the liquid oxygen fuel tank where ice fragments would break off during the boost phase was fundamentally unsound, yet the madness continued leading to the 2003 slaughter of another 7 astronauts when Columbia burned up during re-entry due to heat tile damage from an ice chunk. NASA = Need Another Seven Astronauts ...
Changing landscape of global Aerospace and Defence industry - Anand Mahindra [Aero India 2011] Vice-Chairman & Managing Director of the Mahindra & Mahindra Group of industries, Mr. Anand Mahindra, gave the keynote address as part of the lecture series organised during the Aero India air show in 2011, held in the Indian city of Bengaluru [Bangalore]. He spoke about the changing trends in the field of Aerospace & Defence manufacturing around the world & spoke about the 3Ps -- partnership, participation & procurement, that have come to symbolise current practices in the industry. He emphasised the need of India's private Aerospace Companies to move up the value-chain from being mere suppliers of components to primarily India's PSU Aerospace company to co-creator of systems & Technologies catering also to export clients worldwide. He also stressed the need to leverage the potentials & benefits of private-public partnership in India's Research programmes, also incorporating into it, India's educational institutes to evolve an Aerospace ecosystem in the country that would be comparable to the best in the world. However, with the introduction of the offset policy, whereby global defence companies need to invest 33% of their contracted amount back into Indian companies, he also cautioned the Indian Cos. from becoming complacent owing to the assured business coming their way & called for this potential game-changer to be utilised to transform itself to become part of the global supply chain & develop long term capability. Mahindra's forays into the Aerospace business was ...
CASC (China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation) Inspirational Marketing Movie for the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation and Chinese Space Exploration and Development
Aerospace Killer Bees: USAF X-20 DynaSoar Reusable Spaceplane, Part 2 of 2 There is something to be said for using things that are SMALL. In contrast to the oversized NASA Space Shuttle that is so large (size of a MD-80/DC-9 airliner) because as a bureaucratic cash cow $ carries 7 astronauts and 50, 000 of payload that we have no booster to get it into space, a small 1-2 man DynaSoar aerospace plane could be placed ON TOP of existing rocket boosters so its not going to get damaged by ice chunks and debris during boost phase, and even if its on a Titan ICBM (sans warhead) and something goes wrong early, it can separate and glide to a safe landing—it has an escape capability. Escape from the pad at zero speed is possible if the DynaSoar has a small rocket engine to blast it away from the misbehaving booster. As you can see in this video, the Titan/DynaSoar would get into space on just 2 stages; theoretically the first stage could be fitted with parachutes and inflatable floats for re-use as only the second stage gets thrown away and burns up in a sub-orbital arc as the X-20 continues into space. KISS principle at work here. In the 1970 Hollywood movie, Marooned, an Apollo moon shot space capsule is damaged in earth orbit and the X-20 is sent up in a hurry to rescue the hapless NASA astronauts. The idea for the DynaSoar of course comes from the Germans; Dr. Sanger proposed a reusable aerospace glider that would get the first stage of its lift by a MOTHER AIRPLANE—not try to blast-off from zero-to-hero, von Braun-style with rockets. He was right all ...
Armadillo Aerospace Space Access 2008 Video presentation of Armadillo Aerospace at the Space Access 2008 conference. showing: - pixel and mod vehicles - lunar lander chalenge 2007 - engine test firings - future prospects - rocket crane truck (They had to do it. :) More info:
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Jolly Green Giants: Aerospace Recovery And Rescue Service In This video includes several films produced during the Vietnam war detailing the role of Air Force 5-man air rescue teams, whose job it was to bring out downed pilots. Includes the film "All For One." documenting the rescue of Capt. Gerald Lawrence in 1972. Includes interviews with A-1 sqaudron commander (Sandy), as well as, the forward air contoller. Includes excellent live-action footage aboard HH-53s (super jolly greens) of actual rescues, as well as details outlining the specific role of each team member: the pilot, co-pilot, navigator (door gunner) and the para-rescue jumpers, called "PJs." Also included are two short, silent films detailing some of the activities of Det. 2, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron (AARS) in HH-43As and the activities of Det. 6, 38th ARRS alert crews during scrambles to HH-43Fs and at scene of helicopter crash in Vietnam jungle.
Aero-TV: XCOR Aerospace -- An Innovative Route To Space (Part 2) Mark Our Words... The Private Spaceflight Revolution Will Be Won by Companies Like XCOR I have a number of heroes in the aviation and aerospace business... some of whom I've written about quite a bit and a few that I need to write much more about. Near the top of the list of XCOR Aerospace's Jeff Greason and the oh-so-talented team that supports this uncommon man with a dream AND the chutzpah to make it happen. Jeff Greason has 17 years experience managing innovative technical project teams at XCOR Aerospace, Rotary Rocket and Intel Corporation. As president and a co-founder of XCOR, he leads the engineering team that has developed ten different long-life, highly-reusable liquid-fueled rocket engines, a low-cost liquid propellant piston pump, and two manned reusable rocket aircraft the EZ-Rocket and a prototype for a private customer. As part of his duties at XCOR, Mr. Greason has had the final go/no-go decision responsibility on hundreds of rocket engine test firings, more than twenty manned rocket flights, and has served as a flight test engineer aboard one of those flights. Founded in 1999, XCOR Aerospace is a small, privately-held California C-Corporation. Their headquarters and development facilities are located at the Mojave Spaceport and Civilian Aerospace Test Center in Mojave, California. XCOR engages in research, development, and production of reusable rocket-powered, horizontal launch vehicles for suborbital, and ultimately, orbital travel. Building on the ...
Armadillo Aerospace Mod rocket ship flies on 2010.09.17 Friday's successful launch of the Armadillo Aerospace 'Mod' rocket flying just over 2000 feet, from a launch stand to the center of the pad. These relatively low flights are for testing and verification of the flight controls under increased acceleration and higher wind speeds. This vehicle, or one like it, will be flying Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) payloads for Nasa in the near future. Watch it twice so you can see the landing gear extend!
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University of North Dakota Aerospace Campus and Airport Video Tour A whilrwind tour of UND Aerospace buildings and the high-tech features and facilities of the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences
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Lockheed AC-130 Gunship USAF Aerospace Power Courtesy: United States Air Force AC-130H/U GUNSHIP Download Fact Sheet Tools Printable Fact Sheet Mission The AC-130 gunship's primary missions are close air support, air interdiction and force protection. Missions in close air support are troops in contact, convoy escort and urban operations. Air interdiction missions are conducted against preplanned targets or targets of opportunity. Force protection missions include air base defense and facilities defense. Features These heavily armed aircraft incorporate side-firing weapons integrated with sophisticated sensor, navigation and fire control systems to provide surgical firepower or area saturation during extended loiter periods, at night and in adverse weather. The sensor suite consists of a television sensor, infrared sensor and radar. These sensors allow the gunship to visually or electronically identify friendly ground forces and targets any place, any time. The AC-130U employs synthetic apertures strike radar for long-range target detection and identification. The gunship's navigational devices include the inertial navigation systems and global positioning system. Both the AC-130s employ the latest technologies and can attack two targets simultaneously. Background The AC-130H's call sign is "Spectre." The AC-130U's call sign is "Spooky. " The U-model is the third generation of C-130 gunships. All gunships evolved from the first operational gunship, the AC-47 The AC-130 gunship has a combat history dating to Vietnam ...
Aerospace - Re Entry (Pop Art remix) Artist: Aeropspace Tilte: Re Entry (Pop Art Remix) From: Re Entry Remixes Label: Digital Nature Genre: Progressive Psytrance Release Date: 25-04-2011
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Lockheed U-2 USAF Aerospace Power airboyd.tv Courtesy United States Air Force Mission The U-2 provides high-altitude, all-weather surveillance and reconnaissance, day or night, in direct support of US and allied forces. It delivers critical imagery and signals intelligence to decision makers throughout all phases of conflict, including peacetime indications and warnings, low-intensity conflict, and large-scale hostilities. Features The U-2S is a single-seat, single-engine, high-altitude/near space reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft providing signals, imagery, and electronic measurements and signature intelligence, or MASINT. Long and narrow wings give the U-2 glider-like characteristics and allow it to quickly lift heavy sensor payloads to unmatched altitudes, keeping them there for extended periods of time. The U-2 is capable of gathering a variety of imagery, including multi-spectral electro-optic, infrared, and synthetic aperture radar products which can be stored or sent to ground exploitation centers. In addition, it also supports high-resolution, broad-area synoptic coverage provided by the optical bar camera producing traditional film products which are developed and ***yzed after landing. The U-2 also carries a signals intelligence payload. All intelligence products except for wet film can be transmitted in near real-time anywhere in the world via air-to-ground or air-to-satellite data links, rapidly providing critical information to combatant commanders. MASINT provides indications of ...
FLIGHT #1 (more angles) of Armadillo Aerospace's Level 2 attempt at NGLLC 2009 Watch Flight 1 (with more shots) of Armadillo Aerospace's successful attempt to qualify to win Level 2 of the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge. The competition is still open as there are other teams attempting to win the $1M first place prize purse later in October 2009. You can find out more about NGLLC 2009 at: You can also see photos at:
Bell Aerospace Rocket Belt Short video on the history of the Bell Aerosystems rocket pack. For more info see wiki:
Bioastronautics Research airboyd.tv Summary Coverage of research at the Aerospace Medical Division Hq 657Oth Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories including scenes of F-104 seat ejection; drop tests from C-130 and ejection from F-106; effects of weightlessness on cats and pigeons in a C-131; test subjects in water tank, on centrifuge, in heat chamber and on complex coordinator. Also shows scenes of vertical deceleration tower, incline impact test facility, vertical accelerator, equilibrium chair and vibration platform. National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 68700 / Local Identifier 342-USAF-33692 - BIOASTRONAUTICS RESEARCH - Department of Defense. Department of the Air Force. (09/26/1947 - ).
Aerospace age inferno Another dedication to pilots who die thrilling us.
Bigelow Aerospace's Space Station Bigelow Aerospace Vice President Jay Ingham provides this overview of the company's commercial space station plans using scale models at the International Symposium for Private and Commercial Spaceflight.
Armadillo Aerospace MOD second flight in the second set This is the final and winning launch attempt of Armadillo Aerospace's MOD at the 2008 X PRIZE Foundation's Northrup Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge
FLIGHT #2 of Armadillo Aerospace's Level 2 attempt at NGLLC 2009 Watch Flight 2 of Armadillo Aerospace's successful attempt to qualify to win Level 2 of the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge. See Super Mod aka Scorpius return from the lunar surface pad to its original start position. The competition is still open as there are other teams attempting to win the $1M first place prize purse later in October 2009. You can find out more about NGLLC 2009 at: You can also see photos at:
John Carmack (Armadillo Aerospace) at NASA HQ John Carmack of Armadillo Aerospace accepts his $350000 Prize for winning Level 1 of the 2008 Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge. The Prize purse was put up by NASA as part of their Centennial Challenges and the competition was administered by the X PRIZE Foundation. The Challenge is designed to accelerate commercial technological developments supporting the birth of a new generation of Lunar Landers capable of ferrying payloads or humans back and forth between lunar orbit and the lunar surface. Such a vehicle would have direct application to NASAs space exploration goals as well as the personal spaceflight industry, including the Google Lunar X PRIZE competitors. Additionally, the challenge will help industry develop the operational capacity to launch quick turnaround vertical take-off, vertical landing vehicles, which will be of significant use to many facets of the commercial launch procurement market. The Competition is divided into two levels. Level 1 requires a rocket to take off from a designated launch area, rocket up to 150 feet (50 meters) altitude, then hover for 90 seconds while landing precisely on a landing pad 50 meters away. The flight must then be repeated in reverse—and both flights, along with all of the necessary preparation for each, must take place within a two and a half hour period.
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