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Launching Curiosity

The newest Mars rover, dubbed “Curiosity,” was launched on November 25th atop a massive Atlas V rocket. The Mars Science Laboratory mission aims to land this vehicle on the surface of Mars—over 62 million miles away.  The trip is expected [...]

Falling Up

Want the thrill of skydiving without the jump? Here’s the chance! You may have noticed in the past few months driving on I-405 the large red and black building protruding from the Tukwila landscape.  In highly visible, white, inviting letters [...]

Grant Promotes Aerospace Job Training

Air Washington is a group of community and technical colleges whose aim is to help in aerospace job training programs. The consortium itself consists of fourteen colleges, two aerospace companies, and an apprenticeship firm. One of the consortium’s [...]
An Alaska Airlines 737 at Boeing Field

Taking it to the MAX

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers is scheduled to vote December 7th that will create a four year contract for Boeing workers.  The new contract will include an “annual pay raise of 2 percent and cost-of-living [...]
Optimus Prime making a NASA spin-off video of his own.

NASA’s Transformative Video Contest

Students must pick which technology they wish to make a video about through NASA’s annual Spinoff publication which focuses on the successes of the previous year. Students have the opportunity this year to make videos about everything from [...]

Obama Visit Causes Air Problems

Sunday September 25 President Obama came to Seattle to talk about his new spending bill at a fundraiser event, and Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) were imposed for the safety of the President. The interruption meant a great deal for small [...]

Space Industry Taking Off

The arrival of Space X’s new Dragon capsule to the International Space Station in November will mark a new beginning for space travel; however, the race to control the commercial space industry does not stop there, for Blue Origins and Orbital [...]

Exploring The Catacombs of SeaTac

Deep within a major international airport lies a world unseen. Within in the food court of SeaTac International Airport is a pair of double doors with a simple sign on it; “Authorized Personnel Only.”  Curiously, there is no lock on these [...]

First Commercial Spaceport Nears Completion

  In the middle of the New Mexico desert lies a flat piece of land, the ground paved, the infrastructure assembled, and a runway and terminal prepared for spacecraft. Roughly 45 miles north of Las Cruces, the 18,000 acre site has a [...]
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