Saturday, August 9, 2014

Will SKYLON be the DC-3 of Space Travel?

Skylon Space Mission

Passenger and Logistics Module

Alan Bond Lecture on Skylon Space Plane

The Three Rocketeers Future of Space Travel (BBC documentary on SKYLON)

Links and References

Space plane tech could power hypersonic aircraft​ for U.S. military

The spaceship reinvented for new frontiers

Sky is no limit as company expansion creates 100 jobs

Air Force Research Lab to Evaluate Reaction Engines’ SABRE Engine

Skylon Space Plane (Wikipedia)

Reaction Engines

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glennwsmith said... Very nice, Marcel. This is one of the most beautifully put together, forward-looking, and yet also understated videos which I've yet seen from a major space agency -- and it just goes to show that there's a lot of good material out there if you know where to find it.

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