NASA and the 920th Rescue Wing – Video

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This time on the Space Task Force, we introduce you to the 920th Rescue Wing of the Air Force Reserve. Its main mission is combat search and rescue, but they also support NASA. George shows us how. If you want to see the 920th Rescue Wing in action – check out the Cocoa Beach Air Show this October.

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STS-128 Shockwaves

We were on hand for the incredible night launch of STS-128. The Space Shuttle Discovery took off just before midnight on August 28, 2009. It’s the 128th shuttle flight.

We did something a little different for this video, we were at a viewing point three miles away. The camera is on a very smooth surface. The result is a pretty awesome representation of what the shockwaves feel like.

Take the time to see one of the remaining shuttle launches, it’s an experience you’ll never forget. More importantly, if you have children, give them the experience of a lifetime, by taking them to a launch. There’s plenty of information on the best viewing points for a shuttle launch. Check out or for the schedule of the remaining flights.

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ISDC 2009 Video Wrap Up

George and Tim talk about the highlights of ISDC 2009 in Orlando, Florida.

Click here to download: ISDC09 – June 3, 2009

ISDC 2009

Well, another year has gone by, and it’s time for ISDC. We’re on location here at the beautiful Omni ChampionsGate Resort.

Hubble House Call

George and Tim continue to work on the next edition of the SpaceTaskForce (Tim is working on ISDC, George is keeping an eye on world news).

Meanwhile, check out this update from – the voice may sound familiar:

Wait a minute, what’s that in the water?

A mock-up of the Orion crew exploration vehicle floats in the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean. NASA engineers are testing this 18,000-pound mock-up to learn what the crews will experience after Orion lands and the recovery teams begin their work. Three weeks ago, the mock-up was on display on the National Mall in Washington as it made its way from West Bethesda, Md., to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Image Credit: NASA
Click here for: STF31 – April 25, 2009

A big preview of ISDC in Orlando, we’ll take you on a visit to KSC to find two shuttles on the launch pads – and what’s that in the water? Plus Tim takes us behind the scenes for a very special day at KSC. Get ready to spend some time in the “no gravity zone” as the Space Task Force launches right now!

Click here for: STF31 – April 25, 2009

Book your trip to Space on Expedia!

Was your application to be a part of the Virgle expedition team rejected last year?  Don’t worry, now you can book flights to Mars and other exotic space destinations on Expedia!  Book now before they sell out of these amazing trips!

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STF 30: A Piece of the Action

Click here for: STF30 – March 1, 2009

When it comes to space, states across America are looking to the future, ready for a piece of the action. We’ll take a look at Yuri’s Night, see why there’s extra space on board SpaceShipTwo and preview ISDC. Join us in the “No Gravity Zone” as we launch… right now.

Click here for: STF30 – March 1, 2009

Episode 29: Orbital Mechanics Meets Orbital Junk

Click here for: STF29 – Feb 20, 2009

Is there enough space in space? George and Tim take on the big issues in this episode from colliding satellites to how it could impact a mission to the Hubble Space Telescope. Plus – the debut of new music for Yuri’s Night – expanded dates for Yuri’s Night and ISDC 2009. Come on in, the “No Gravity Zone” is open for business.

Click here for: STF29 – Feb 20, 2009

STF Episode 28: Can you spare a billion?

Click here for: STF28 – Jan 28, 2009

Two cities, two space guys – and a lot of news. George and Tim use cutting edge technology to bring you the latest episode of the Space Task Force. And did you notice we’re traveling slightly ahead in time to bring it to you? How’s that for advanced?

Click here for: STF28 – Jan 28, 2009