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Airborne 03.27.15: Cockpit Changes Announced, Maine v UAVs, NBAA v Santa Monica
Sat, Mar 28,2015 10:51:19PM EST
Also: AirVenture Update, Barnstorming Opines On Media Aero-Reporting, NTSB Update, ERAU Scholarships, Doolittle Raiders, Tecnam P2010 The loss of Germanwings Flight 9525 due to what seems to be confirmed as case of the First Officer being alone in the cockpit, which facilitated his deliberately crashing the airplane, has already caused changes in the way some other European air carriers are managing cockpit disciplines. Norwegian Air Shuttle has decided to change its cockpit procedures so that two crew members always are present in the cockpit. There’s no getting around it, people are concerned about the issue of privacy when it comes to UAV operation. A bill introduced in the Maine legislature would make it a crime to fly a UAV over someone's property without their express permission. At a City Council meeting earlier this week more than 100 people attended to express their views for and against the continuation of aircraft operation at Santa Monica Airport. The city Council is proposing fees and operational restrictions that would effectively make it impossible for aircraft operations to continue on the airport. NBAA Western Regional Representative Stacy Howard attended the meeting, and told city officials that Santa Monica has “obligations, derived from specific agreements with the federal government as well as general applicable federal law…which mean that some of the commission’s proposals simply cannot be implemented by the city.” All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (03.29.15)
Sat, Mar 28,2015 01:00:18PM EST
"Rover challenge puts students in the driver's seat of real-world engineering. Students perform research with computer-aided designs, select and fabricate components using mechanical tools and test their innovative technologies in a wide variety of environments."Source: Tammy Rowan, manager of Marshall's Academic Affairs Office, commenting as nearly 100 high school and college teams from around the world will race against each other during NASA's Human Exploration Rover Challenge April 17-18 at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.29.15): Comet
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:55:27PM EST
Comet A ball of rock and ice, often referred to as a “dirty snowball.” Typically a few kilometers in diameter, comets orbit the Sun in paths that either allow them to pass by the Sun only once or that repeatedly bring them through the solar system (as in the 76-year orbit of Halley's Comet). A comet’s “signature” long, glowing tail is formed when the Sun’s heat warms the coma or nucleus, which releases vapors into space.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.29.15)
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:52:27PM EST
Aero Linx: New Jersey Aviation Association NJAA was formed in 2000 to promote, protect and preserve the state's multi billion dollar general aviation industry. Its membership includes a cross section of professionals that represent all corners of New Jersey's aviation interests, with emphasis on the special needs of the state's business community. Our mission is to increase the awareness that general aviation, as a key component of New Jersey's intermodal transportation system, touches every aspect of our lives and has a profound influence on New Jersey's quality of life.

NASA Core Flight System Software Available To The Public
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:22:31PM EST
NASA Goddard Releases Open Source Application Suite The Innovative Technology Partnerships Office at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, announced the release of its core Flight System (cFS) Application Suite to the public. The cFS application suite is composed of 12 individual Command and Data Handling (C&DH) flight software applications that together create a reusable library of common C&DH functions.

NASA Announces Teams For 2015 Human Exploration Rover Challenge
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:22:16PM EST
Nearly 100 Teams To Compete In Races April 17-18 Nearly 100 high school and college teams from around the world will race against each other during NASA's Human Exploration Rover Challenge April 17-18 at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Participating teams are from 15 states and Puerto Rico, as well as international teams from Mexico, Germany, India and Russia.

Airbus Presents Humanitarian Missions’ Dedicated Helicopters In Dubai
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:22:02PM EST
On Display At International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition Airbus Helicopters’ commitment to address the needs and requirements of International, Governmental and non-Governmental Organizations engaged in peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts will be highlighted during this month‘s 12th edition of the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition (DIHAD).

Netherlands Seeks Acquisition Of CH-47F Aircraft
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:21:51PM EST
Congress Notified Of Possible $1.05 Billion Sale The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Netherlands for CH-47F Aircraft and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $1.05 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale on March 19, 2015.

NIAR Adds New Lightning And HIRF Testing Capabilities
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:21:41PM EST
Will Test Direct Effects Of Lightning, HIRF On Airplanes, Avionics Wichita State University's National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) recently added lightning transient analysis, high intensity radio frequency (HIRF) and direct effects of lightning testing capability to the wide range of services offered by its Environmental Test and Electromagnetic Effects Labs.

NASAO Announces U.S. Winners Of 2015 Aviation Art Contest
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:21:30PM EST
Will Compete In International Judging In April The National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) is proud to announce the U.S. winners of the 2015 International Aviation Art Contest. The winning original artwork with this year's theme of "World Air Games"will be forwarded to Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) in Lausanne, Switzerland to be included in the International judging in April.

Boeing Reportedly Eyeing Atlanta Sites For Research Center
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:21:18PM EST
Would Likely Be Somewhere Near The Georgia Tech Campus Boeing is said to be looking at sites in Midtown Atlanta to place a research center, with the most likely location near the Georgia Tech campus.

ESA's Next Generation Of Space Station Experiments
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:21:06PM EST
Proposals Will Help Prepare For Future Missions From how astronauts perceive time to whether parts of their brains shrink in space, the next round of experiments to be performed on the International Space Station has been chosen from more than 200 proposals.

Counting Down! ANN's Infamous April 1st Edition's Just Around The Corner!
Sat, Mar 28,2015 12:20:25PM EST
Get Your Wacky Ideas In NOW! ANN E-I-C Note: Folks... we gotta warn you... this may be our best April 1st Edition yet and based on all the nonsense we've had to endure in 2014-2015 (which we are duty-bound to lampoon), we certainly have good reason for that... so if you have any ideas of your own as to how to heighten the insanity, this is your LAST CHANCE. As always... NO ONE IS SAFE. We're going to have some fun with EVERYONE... the FAA, USA Today, Congress, TSA, EAA, AOPA, Sun 'n Fun, Dale Klapmeier, every UAV ever flown, every UAV-phobe in the known universe, every self-appointed aviation expert who can't spell aileron, the USAF, Cessna, Cirrus, NASA, you name it. If you want to be a part of the foolishness, get your ideas and submissions into us ASAP!

Airborne 03.27.15: Cockpit Changes Announced, Maine v UAVs, NBAA v Santa Monica
Fri, Mar 27,2015 05:42:30PM EST
Also: AirVenture Update, Barnstorming Opines On Media Aero-Reporting, NTSB Update, ERAU Scholarships, Doolittle Raiders, Tecnam P2010 The loss of Germanwings Flight 9525 due to what seems to be confirmed as case of the First Officer being alone in the cockpit, which facilitated his deliberately crashing the airplane, has already caused changes in the way some other European air carriers are managing cockpit disciplines. Norwegian Air Shuttle has decided to change its cockpit procedures so that two crew members always are present in the cockpit. There’s no getting around it, people are concerned about the issue of privacy when it comes to UAV operation. A bill introduced in the Maine legislature would make it a crime to fly a UAV over someone's property without their express permission. At a City Council meeting earlier this week more than 100 people attended to express their views for and against the continuation of aircraft operation at Santa Monica Airport. The city Council is proposing fees and operational restrictions that would effectively make it impossible for aircraft operations to continue on the airport. NBAA Western Regional Representative Stacy Howard attended the meeting, and told city officials that Santa Monica has “obligations, derived from specific agreements with the federal government as well as general applicable federal law…which mean that some of the commission’s proposals simply cannot be implemented by the city.” All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 03.26.15: Airbus Crash 'Pilot Induced', B-29 Rollout, CC Rockets Ready
Fri, Mar 27,2015 05:41:39PM EST
Also: ALPA v UAVs, Aero-Community Update: XPrize, FAA Streamlines UAS COAs, Airport Infrastructure, ATC Reform, New SpaceX Rocket Data retrieved from the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) aboard the Germanwings Airbus A320 that went down in the French Alps indicates that the pilot had been locked out of the cockpit before the plane impacted terrain. A senior French military official involved in the investigation said that initially there had been a light knocking on the door, then more insistent knocking and shouting. Eventually, the captain was reportedly trying to break through the reinforced cockpit door. There was apparently never any answer from the co-pilot still in the cockpit. Seventy years ago this week in 1945, a B-29, later named “Doc”, rolled off the assembly line at Boeing and was delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces. That same aircraft was rolled out and delivered again on the 70th anniversary of its initial delivery, in commemoration of its restoration and progress back toward flying condition. The first Atlas-five rockets are in final assembly for testing and preparation for use to launch a crew to the International Space Station. A precursor flight without crew is part of the final development work Boeing is completing with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program to certify a new crew transportation system for low-Earth orbit. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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