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AIAA Info > Regions > North East Region > New England Section > Announcements > FROM APOLLO TO ORION: NASA USES THE APOLLO HEATSHIELD FOR FIRST ORION FLIGHT TEST AS A KEY STEP TO DEEP-SPACE MANNED FLIGHT  

Announcements: FROM APOLLO TO ORION: NASA USES THE APOLLO HEATSHIELD FOR FIRST ORION FLIGHT TEST AS A KEY STEP TO DEEP-SPACE MANNED FLIGHT

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FROM APOLLO TO ORION: NASA USES THE APOLLO HEATSHIELD FOR FIRST ORION FLIGHT TEST AS A KEY STEP TO DEEP-SPACE MANNED FLIGHT  

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On April 27, 2015, Textron Systems Corporation and the New England Section of the AIAA will host an evening event celebrating the December flight and describing America’s plans for manned deep space exploration. For details, see attached flyer.

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Apollo Orion 27April2015 (2).pdf    
Created at 4/10/2015 6:48 PM  by Dr John J Blandino 
Last modified at 4/10/2015 6:48 PM  by Dr John J Blandino 
 
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