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This website is made by Dr Ugur Guven and it entails fundamental Aerospace Engineering Lectures such as Aerodynamics, Aeronautics, Introduction to Flight, and Space Lectures such as Introduction to Space Sciences, Earth-Space Boundary, Solar System, Interstellar Space, Basics of Astronomy along with Astronautics Lectures such as Introduction to Rocket Propulsion,  Introduction to Astronautics and Introduction to Orbital Mechanics.

In addition, the site contains Aerospace News, Aerospace Careers, Aerospace Competitions, Aerospace Conferences, Aerospace Software, and much more.

Sanctions on Russia Causing Some Ripples in Collaborative ISS Activities

While operations of the International Space Station continue without “serious interruptions,” sanctions on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine are...
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Sanctions on Russia Causing Some Ripples in Collaborative ISS Activities

DARPA Going Ahead with the Development of Nuclear Powered Spacecraft

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency on May 4 issued a solicitation for proposals for the next phase of a...
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DARPA Going Ahead with the Development of Nuclear Powered Spacecraft

Virgin Galactic Postpones its Commercial Suborbital Tourism Flights to 2023

Virgin Galactic is again postponing the start of commercial service of its SpaceShipTwo suborbital spaceplane from late 2022 to early...
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Virgin Galactic Postpones its Commercial Suborbital Tourism Flights to 2023

May 7, 1992: Space Shuttle Endeavour Launches on its Maiden Voyage

On May 7, 1992, the space shuttle Endeavour launched on its first flight. Endeavour was the fifth and last space...
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May 7, 1992: Space Shuttle Endeavour Launches on its Maiden Voyage

May 6, 1968: Neil Armstrong Barely Escapes Fiery Crash

On May 6, 1968, NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong almost met his fate while simulating a lunar landing. This was a...
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May 6, 1968: Neil Armstrong Barely Escapes Fiery Crash

May 5, 1961: Alan Shepard Becomes the First American in Space

On May 5, 1961, Navy Commander Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr. was launched into space aboard the Freedom 7 space capsule, becoming...
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May 5, 1961:  Alan Shepard Becomes the First American in Space

May 3, 1986: Delta Rocket Fails to Launch GOES-G Weather Satellite

On May 3, 1986, NASA attempted to launch a new weather satellite called GOES-G for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
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May 3, 1986: Delta Rocket Fails to Launch GOES-G Weather Satellite

The future of international cooperation in space is splitting along the lines of power on Earth

Space Blocs: The future of international cooperation in space is splitting along lines of power on Earth In the next decade,...
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The future of international cooperation in space is splitting along the lines of power on Earth

Time Travel Could be Possible with Alternate Timelines

Time travel could be possible, but only with parallel timelines If time travel were possible, it would mean the existence of...
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Time Travel Could be Possible with Alternate Timelines

May 1, 1949: Nereid the Moon of Neptune is Discovered.

On May 1, 1949, Neptune's moon Nereid was discovered by the Dutch astronomer Gerard Kuiper. This was the second of...
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May 1, 1949: Nereid the Moon of Neptune is Discovered.

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