What upcoming space tech are you most excited about?

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On this weeks show we ask you and our team, “What upcoming space tech are you most excited about?” Make sure to leave your excitement in the comments below!

In Space News we have:
* Air Force declares failure on Super Strypi test launch
* Intelligence-gathering satellite launched by China
* Arab and Indian satellites fly aboard Ariane 5
* UP Aerospace Successfully Launches From Spaceport America
* Crew Dragon Propulsion System Completes Development Testing
* NASA delays cargo award again, eliminates Boeing from contention
* Radio bug to keep new Iridium satellites grounded until April
* Blue Origin Plans Test Flight This Year, Commercial Research Missions 2016

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  1. Anonymous on November 15, 2015 at 6:11 pm

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  2. DougSpace on November 15, 2015 at 11:05 pm

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  3. Ivaylo Ivanov on November 17, 2015 at 7:49 am

    Solar sintering is exciting technology for building habitats. https://youtu.be/ptUj8JRAYu8?t=4m35s

    I think that the whole system can be very lightweight and this will make it relatively cheap to launch. And I am not suggesting to build bricks from sand. I am talking of full size Mars or Moon base. All you need is a very big but light (like a spider) rover with fresnel lens. Since it will be construction rover it will not have all the Curiosity instruments whick will make it far lighter.

  4. Ngan on February 21, 2016 at 10:30 am

    Gah! January 2003 was terrible besuace everyone was woefully unprepared. My parents came to visit for my birthday and didn’t bring winter jackets… we went to the Visitor’s Center that day and there were snow flurries! Bundle up!

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