Here is the September
2014 episode of The Virtual SpaceTV 3D show
with Amanda Bush. She begins with a report on NASA's
selection of Boeing and SpaceX
to provide commercial space transportation of astronauts
to the International Space Station. Amazon.com's Jeff
Bezos announced that a large engine in development for
Origin company will be used to replace a Russian
engine used by the United
Launch Alliance (ULA) on the Atlas V rocket. The
US Maven and Indian MOM spacecraft reach Mars orbit.
Curiosity begins trek up Mount Sharp. And Rosetta gets
closer to its comet and selects a spot for its lander.
The Siding Spring comet will pass close to Mars in October.
Other Virtual SpaceTV 3D shows are available on the
HobbySpace Youtube Channel.
The Virtual SpaceTV 3D shows are created by BINARY
with story content from HobbySpace.com.
These videos are intended as demonstrations of an experimental
technique for generating animated presentations. The
show was generated autonomously by software according
to a text script. The project is described in the Virtual
Producer whitepaper (pdf). For further information
Here are the previous two shows in the Virtual SpaceTV