Lunar Lander Challenged

One small step for NASA, One giant leap for the X Prize

X Prize Cup missing video

X Prize Cup on-demand video page at Space.com is stuck at last Friday’s highlights, and XPrizeCup.com still looks like it did three weeks ago. Matt at Armadillo is taking an awfully long time to post the team’s videos of Pixel’s flights — one camera was placed midway in the flight path and recorded the view up the rocket nozzle. A pirate videographer who even snagged a guerilla interview with Anousheh Ansari found his digital media had gone missing at the end of the day.

Meanwhile, now playing on YouTube channel kdavidian (by Ken Davidian, NASA contractor): Flight of Armadillo Aerospace’s Pixel quad vehicle to qualify for its FAA-AST experimental permit, Thursday, 19 October 2006.

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Written by Robin

October 25, 2006 at 11:15 am

Posted in lunar lander

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