We decided to take to the skies with the first issue of 2014 – which also marks the beginning of our second year of publication! We’re featuring four aerospace companies – Sierra Nevada Corp., Virgin Galactic, Reaction Engines and XCOR Aerospace – all working hard to launch a new generation of winged spacecraft to outer space. We’ve also got an extensive article featuring beautiful photos of the Earth’s Auroras.
Our latest issue also goes international with updates on space missions from India, China and Europe, as well as the United States. India and America are heading to Mars, while China has arrived at the Moon, and the ESA is investigating both the Earth and the Universe itself. Actor Abraham Benrubi shares his love of space and science fiction with us. We journey behind the scenes of the 45th Weather Squadron at CCAFS in Florida, and even take a final look at the journey of Comet ISON.
All that – and more – in this issue of RocketSTEM magazine.
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RocketSTEM • January 2014 • Vol. 2 No. 1 Issue 5 (ISSN: 2326-0661) • © 2014 All Rights Reserved
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