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  • I think it is most important that NASA Exploration connects with the public at large: COTS, COTS-D and hopefully a COTS-Moon are the way to go or even, as someone suggested elsewhere, a COTS - "Suborbital".

    Leroy Chiao Seeks Your Input - NASA Watch

  • "NASA's Deputy Administrator, Lori Garver, will be the opening keynote speaker at the Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference on February 18-20, 2010, at which scientists, engineers, educators, and vehicle developers will gather to discuss the research and education benefits of new commercial suborbital spacecraft."

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: January 2010 Archives

  • SMD Turns Its Back on Suborbital Science is the next entry in this blog.

    Early Ammonia Servicer Reentry - NASA Watch

  • Suborbital Science: While NASA Drags Its Feet ... is the next entry in this blog.

    Putting Bailouts Into Perspective - NASA Watch

  • Suborbital Science: While NASA Drags Its Feet ... was the previous entry in this blog.

    Do We Need Another Sputnik? - NASA Watch

  • Garver made the announcement at the first annual Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference in Boulder, Colorado.

    NASA to Invest $75 Million for Suborbital Science Flights | Universe Today

  • Marc's update: SwRI Announces Pioneering Program to Fly Next-Generation Suborbital Experiments with Crew - The Southwest Research Institute announces a new initiative to build and fly experiments with SwRI payload specialists on next-generation suborbital vehicles.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: February 2010 Archives

  • Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference a hit, 2011 follow up conference planned, SwRI

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: February 2010 Archives

  • The NASTAR Suborbital Scientist Training Program provides space flight physiology training for prospective 'Suborbital Scientist-Astronauts' interested in understanding how to take advantage of emerging low-cost, frequent suborbital 'human-in-the-loop' experiments and Research & Education Mission REM opportunities.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: February 2010 Archives

  • "Environmental Tectonics Corporation's The National AeroSpace Training and Research (NASTAR(R)) Center announced today that it has retained Dr. Alan Stern as an advisor for space and research related business including the Suborbital Scientist Training Program, which provides researchers and educators with training to perform experiments aboard suborbital vehicles."

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: May 2010 Archives


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