Welcome to the first issue of our third year publishing RocketSTEM magazine. The 10th issue of RocketSTEM magazine features an interview with ESA astronaut Tim Peake, as well as stories on the Dawn, Rosetta and Philae spacecraft, the upcoming one-year mission to the ISS, the National Flight Academy, and the Navy’s role in space exploration.

All that – and more – in this issue of RocketSTEM magazine.

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Table of Contents

Philae bounces into history books

Astronomical serendipity

Photographing the planets (part 2)

Exploring the Dawn of the solar system

Land, sea and space: Naval aviators have led the way

National Flight Academy makes learning an adventure

Tim Peake ready to become United Kingdom’s official ISS resident

Crews named for future ISS missions

ESA experimental IXV spaceplane completes research flight

Orion spacecraft performs nearly flawlessly on first test flight

The One-Year Mission

Cassiopeia: The Queen

Setting the record: Fourteen months aboard Mir was dream mission for Polyakov

Bulawa sisters are sending an experimental garden to ISS

RocketSTEM • February 2015 • Vol. 3 No. 1 Issue 10 (ISSN: 2326-0661)  © 2015 All Rights Reserved

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