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Newsletter - Current Jan 28, 2015
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 Editarian:  Jerry Allen

Asst. Editarian:  Gene Spanarella

Club Photographer:  Brad Mikel              

Next Week

February 4, 2015

Barbara Shannon-Bannister

Neighborhood Services Dept.

Save the Date 

    February 11, 2015

Peter Ewing

District Governor

 -

Friday, February 13, 2015

  "Cancellation:  There will be no Wine and Dinner               

on February 13th it is being rescheduled to a later date."

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Retirement Party 

George Peck

Who me?

Friday, February 6,  2015

Retirement Party

for

George Peck

at Double Tree

5 to 8

 

 Chamber Awards Dinner

Kevin Hogan 

Kevin Hougen, Aurora Chamber President, announced that the 60th annual awards dinner will be March 6, at Double Tree by Hilton Denver Stapleton North, 4040 Quebec St., $75/plate Silent Auction.

 

 Shots for Tots

(Correction)

The Volunteers were Ben and Pat Wintergalen, Jerry and Joyce Beabout and supervisor Craig Wagner.

(Joyce Beabout was not included, Sorry)

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This Week

January 29, 2015

Aurora TLV (Track Launched Vehicle)

 


AURORA TLV (TRACK LAUNCHED VEHICLE)

AURORA TLVRocky Mountain Space Alliance (RMSA) is developing a commercial launch vehicle to service four distinct markets using one basic vehicle platform:

  1. Transport of Space Tourists to Low Earth Orbit
  2. Longer Duration Low Earth Orbit Scientific Missions
  3. Long Range Hypersonic Point-to-Point Travel
  4. Satellite Deployment and Retrival


The flight profile for all missions is launch to orbit (or sub-orbit), hypersonic gliding descent to lower earth atmosphere (< 30,000 ft) and subsequent approach and powered landing. Although the NASA Space Shuttle did fly a similar profile, the AURORA TLV is significantly different in its design and capabilities.

 

Chuck Rash 

  • Chuck Rash explained the advantages of the Track Mounted Launch Vehicle:
  • Increased Payload: leaving sled behind increases payload to 4500      lbs.4 air breathing rocket engines- can be shut down during launch etc. 
  • Flat bottom makes the vehicle stable through Mach 22 (Mach             is the speed of sound)
  • Has 2 wings that retrack forward, makes landing flexible .                   
      The project is being done with private investment,  This avoids extra government requirements being tacked on.
      The plan is to launch to the east on existing 8000 foot runway in Pueblo.  Vehicles engines are loud, there is nothing east to be bothered.
      Development schedule is 4 years and cost is $600 million.      
      For a more complete over view click  here.

 

  

 

   

 

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