Tag Archives: NASA

9/11, the Death of NASA’s Space Program, and Now.

Back in 2011 when NASA formalized the death of the shuttle program I was devastated. That program, that dream, had fed my soul for so very long. How could we possibly turn our backs on the future? Of course, on … Continue reading

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Private Lunar Exploration and Irma.

As I sit here trying not to think about Irma barreling down on us, I’m pondering the  hearing on the Private Sector Lunar Exploration that took place Sept 7, 2017. You can watch the entire thing here. I’m writing this … Continue reading

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Atlas V launches TDRS. This is how to start a Friday!

Nothing says “Hello World” like a successful launch. For your viewing pleasure!     Separation Anxiety. 😉           That concludes my PSA for today. Have an excellent day and #MakeItCount    

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One way or another, we are going to the stars…

When I see things like this, VASIMR Drive, I get all nerd-gasmy inside. (Thanks to one of my tribe, Lea Kirk, for throwing this my way). Whether it’s an EM drive, VASIMR, or another ION drive, it is going to happen. … Continue reading

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