Orbital Inclinations archive
Date : September 2012

KSC’s Top Ten Accomplishments

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Published on: September 22, 2012

Before the Kennedy Space Center – or even NASA – officially existed, a team of expert managers, engineers and technicians were making history on Florida’s Space Coast, involved as they were with our nation’s early missile and rocket launches. They would go on to create KSC and call it home, laying the foundation for the[…]

The firsts and lasts of Neil Armstrong and Space Shuttle Endeavour

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Published on: September 15, 2012

We live in a world that some might describe as having a bi-polar disorder. We are given choices between Coke or Pepsi, hamburgers or hot dogs, Target or Wal-Mart, Vikings or Packers. More seriously, we are faced with good and evil, the rich and the poor, and the living and the dying. And for every[…]

NASA’s first A is for Aeronautics and don’t forget it!

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Published on: September 8, 2012

We should never forget that the first A in NASA stands for Aeronautics, and that research into all things aviation is something NASA and its predecessor organization the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics – the NACA, not NACKA, but the N.A.C.A. – has been doing for nearly 100 years. I just spent the past two[…]

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