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SAAC meeting:  Tuesday July 12 at 8:30 a.m. 
at the Skyhaven Terminal. 
Open to the public


6-24-16
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The rules, which will take effect in late August

6-21-16  In a recent article in Flying Magazine, CLICK HERE TO SEE PART OF THE ARTICLEeditor Stephen Pope gives us more advice on how to properly maintain and operate you aircraft engine. Here's a few things to consider from the article:
"Stop listening to all the supposed "experts" in airport coffee shops and online forums who claim they know it all. There's a good chance they don't - and the wisdom they spout could be the polar opposite of how you should be caring for one of your biggest aviation-related investments. One of the easiest ways to ensure
your engine has a long and healthy life is to follow the manufacturer recommendations, not what the guy in the hangar next door says works for
him. Proper maintenance is the key."
VFR In June  6-20-16  Will this be the summer that breaks all heat records? Triple digit temps out west are showing up and it's not even July. Another clear day in New England with scattered clouds here and there. Flying at 4,500 feet is smooth as silk until you get into the mountain area.
Ultimate Aircraft Repair?
6-14-16
Back in 2009 a space shuttle Crew aboard the Atlantis went to  the Hubble. Astronaut Mike Massimino tells a story about how he almost broke the Hubble. He and his crew practiced several years to remove screws from an access panel. When the day finally came to remove the actual panel on the Hubble 350 miles in space, all the screws came off except one. (Murphy's Law apparently works in outer space as well.)
The last screw head had stripped and would not turn. He recounts that moment thinking he would go down in history as the astronaut who broke the Hubble. 
Working with NASA engineers on the ground one of them calculated that it would take 60 lbs to rip the panel off, and the rest is history. FULL STORY
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Lyman Gilmore Jr. - Aeronautical Pioneer 6-12-16:  During 1902, while living at Red Bluff, California, Gilmore was apparently awarded a U. S. patent for a steam engine meant for use in aerial vehicles. At a much later time, Gilmore claimed that he had built and flown a monoplane with a 32 foot wing span during May of 1902 powered by his patented steam engine, although no supporting evidence has come forth.
In 1903, Gilmore wrote to Samuel P. Langley

NASA Explores Supersonic Airliner—Or Will It Be a Spy Plane?

NEW YORK CLASS B AIRSPACE TFR


6-5-16  On Saturday June 4, mother nature was nice and gave us a beautiful day. Thousands attend the Skyhaven Wings and Wheels event to benifit Gerry Food Pantry. Click on the video below to see some of the activities.

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