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  1. This morning at 7:05 Eastern Time, the Orion Deep Space Vehicle was successfully launched from the Cape atop a Delta IV Heavy Lift Rocket. This is an unmanned mission to test the systems, at this time it has been a flawless mission. At 8:05 Mountain time it should reach its highest altitude of 3600 miles, the farthest flight of any space vehicle since the Apollo Missions. It was suppose to launch yesterday but due to some cranky valves and high winds at the Cape, the launch was scrubbed. The only disappointing thing for me is this is the first space exploration mission that has not directly involved a member of my family. My brother is currently working on the James Webb Space Telescope and was not involved in designing any of the components for this mission. For those of you who feel that the space program has little or no impact on your lives here is a quick look at products that were a direct result of our manned space missions (this is a short list). http://kearth101.cbslocal.com/2011/07/21/list-stuff-we-use-everyday-that-was-invented-from-the-space-program/
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