NASA moves forward on space and aviation research projects, despite bleak funding prospects

THE AVIONICS INTELLIGENCE VIDEO BLOG, 27 Sept. 2011. The Aerospace industry is alive with a flurry of activity, as avionics Intelligence chief editor Courtney Howard reports in this week's Avionics Intelligence Report video blog. Registration is open for NASA's 2012 Lunabotics Mining Competition; NASA officials have released, and are requesting input on, The Global Exploration Roadmap (GER); and the SES-2 commercial communications satellite, with commercial and military payloads, has launched.

THE AVIONICS INTELLIGENCE VIDEO BLOG, 27 Sept. 2011. The Aerospace industry is alive with a flurry of activity, as avionics Intelligence chief editor Courtney Howard reports in this week's Avionics Intelligence Report video blog. Registration is open for NASA's 2012 Lunabotics Mining Competition; NASA officials have released, and are requesting input on, The Global Exploration Roadmap (GER); and the SES-2 commercial communications satellite, with commercial and military payloads, has launched.

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