SPACEPORT MAGAZINE: SpaceX Unveils Dragon V2

By  //  June 9, 2014


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ON THE COVER: SpaceX unveils Dragon V2, its first manned spacecraft, at the company’s Hawthorne, California, headquarters May 29. The company’s founder and CEO, Elon Musk, detailed aspects of the design that was developed in partnership with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. [CLICK ON THE ABOVE COVER TO READ THE STORY]

IN THIS EDITION:

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PAGE 52: The crew of Apollo 10, from the left, Eugene Cernan, John guidance system for a landing. Young and Thomas Stafford, are photographed while at the Kennedy Space Center on May 13, 1969. (NASA image)

PAGE 3 – NASA partner SpaceX unveils Dragon V2
PAGE 4 – Morpheus completes first nighttime free-flight
PAGE 8 – International workshop focuses on moon, planetary exploration
PAGE 14 – Unique robots compete in mining competition
PAGE 17 – Former mining competitor returns to judge
PAGE 22 – Expedition 39 crew activates Veggie system
PAGE 26 – Space walkers inducted into U.S. Astronaut HOF
PAGE 32 – Spaceport fish now tracked as far away as N.J.
PAGE 36 – Fire Rescue: safe helicopter evacuations
PAGE 42 – Technology strategy manager helps develop long-term goals
PAGE 48 – Orion test vehicle undergoes EFT-1 pre-transportation simulation
PAGE 51 – Moon missions foundation for EFT-1, beyond

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