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SPACEX NON-GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITE SYSTEM ATTACHMENT A TECHNICAL INFORMATION TO SUPPLEMENT SCHEDULE S A.1 SCOPE AND PURPOSE This attachment contains the information required under Part 25 of the Commission’s rules that cannot be fully captured by the associated Schedule S.
NASA Collaboration with SpaceX’s Red Dragon Mission FISO Telecon September 21, 2016 Phil McAlister, NASA Headquarters Background • December 2014:
The thesis of those videos was the September explosion of the SpaceX missile, while undergoing a "Static Fire"
Connor Catterall, Ben Cooper, Nicole Garcia, George Kemp, Chandler Lacy, John Spinelli, Mark Urban, and Susan Waruinge 12/3/2015 ABSTRACT In the summer of 2015, Team HyperLynx was one of over three hundred collegiate teams to initially enter the SpaceX Hyperloop pod competition.
-SpaceX has launched the US Air Force‟s super-secret space shuttle announced on 7th Sept.
Proposed by Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX New form of transportation that will consist of a pod traveling in a low pressured tube on a frictionless surface at speeds near Mach 1.
Mechanical Engineering 5/16 school • Competing in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition (senior design project) o Currently prototyping a pod for Elon Musk's Hyperloop concept in which pressurized pods will travel through reduced-pressure tubes at high speeds o Member of one of 22 student teams to advance to the final stage of the competition (115 teams total) o Designed and manufactured a lateral stability system for the rail-guided pod o Created a fiberglass layup of an aerodynamic body shape o Collaborated with industry professionals including SpaceX advisors to make and improve design decisions • Practiced problem-solving skills:
The cost to get a kilogram of mass into orbit on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy will soon fall below $1000.
Nels Weber DRAFT ONLY 4 of 9 Blue Origin and SpaceX were vying for use of the historic Launch Complex 39A and the GAO denied Blue Origin’s claim, even against NASA’s recommendation that both companies be allowed to use the facility.
OVERVIEW Team Hyperlynx will design, fabricate, and assemble a pod to win the wheeled vehicle category of the SpaceX Hyperloop Competition.
Mechanical Engineering 5/16 University of • Competing in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition in which pods will travel through reduced-pressure tubes at high speeds (senior design project) o Member of one of 22 student teams to advance to the final stage of the competition (115 teams total) o Utilized thermodynamic principles combined with analytical and numerical methods to determine the speed at which choked flow of air will occur in the tube o Designed and manufactured a lateral stability system for the rail-guided pod o Created a fiberglass layup of an aerodynamic body shape o Modeled the heat generation of disc brake rotors by using transient analysis techniques • Practiced problem-solving skills:
Under Obama NASA’s funding was reduced and money was pumped into a little know company called SpaceX.
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Human colonies on Mars could be possible within our life time, according to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk who has outlined his vision for a self sustaining city on the red planet in a new study.
Winning Words From novice to nationals… d 2015 Glenbrooks Tournament Preliminary and Semi-Final Congress Legislation Researchers Nicholas Aranda Sylvia Culpepper Nicholas Golina Kevin Hauff Sarah Kuczmarski Matthew Magee Sophia Zupanc 1 Table of Contents Prelims 2 – A Bill to Phase Out the Solar Investment Tax Credit to Encourage the Use of Solar Energy 9 – A Bill to Reform Corporate Cash Holdings to Increase Competitiveness 16 – The Corporate Tax Dodging Prevention Act of 2015 23 – A Bill to Put America to Work 30 – A Bill to Tax Corporate Use of Water 37 – A Bill to Boost the Housing Market 42 – A Resolution to Ratify the Ottawa Treaty 49 – A Bill to Diminish the Islamic State’s Power in Syria 55 – The Philippines Economic Recovery Act of 2015 62 – A Bill to Assist America’s Kurdish Allies 67 – A Resolution to Increase the Usage of Private Military Contractors in the Central African Republic 73 – Middle Eastern Stabilization Act (MESA) of 2015 80 – A Bill to Fund the Nineveh Plain Protection Units 87 – A Resolution to Combat Human Trafficking 95 – A Bill to Remote Military Commanders from Decisions over the Prosecution of Sexual Assault Cases 102 – A Bill to Subsidize Public Transportation 107 – The Clean Lung Act of 2015 114 – A Bill to Amend the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 to Provide Greater Transparency in the Legislative Process 121 – A Bill to Reform Gun Laws for the Intellectually Disabled 127 – A Bill to Increase Funding for the Department of Homeland Security 136 – A Bill to Ensure Fairness to High Skilled Workers 147 – A Bill to Subsidize SpaceX 152 – A Bill to Give the Disadvantaged an Opportunity through Education 158 – A Bill to Invest in Thorium Nuclear Reactors Semis 167 – The Financial Fairness and Stability Act of 2015 173 – A Bill to Reappropriate Aid from Israel to Nigeria 180 – A Bill to Reduce Prison Populations A Bill to Phase Out the Solar Investment Tax Credit to Encourage the Use of Solar Energy 1 Research Compiled and Summaries Written by Shin San ◈ Text of Legislation◈ ◈ General Analysis◈ As stated in the bill’s text, the Solar Investment Tax Credit, or ITC, is a 30 percent federal tax credit for solar systems on residential and commercial properties that, under current law, remains in effect through December 31, 2016.
Even Elon Musk, the inventive genius and CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors, has warned about the dangers of AI technologies, and has pledged $10 million dollars to the Future of Life Institue, a volunteer research organization that works to 'mitigate the existential risks facing humanity', with a focus on social implications of AI.