NASA may make the announcement this week on the final selection of the private company or companies they will work with to return American astronauts to the International Space Station on space vehicles Made In America, not Russia. This is part of the NASA Commercial Crew Development program. I have written about women from New […]
This is a multiple choice question. The reason I was late for my telecom last Thursday was (a) I forgot how to get to the office (b) the dog hid my keys (c) there was a snake in my living room. It was 6:30am, I was leaving the house to run, and there it was. […]
Students describe it as a once in a lifetime opportunity, New Mexico Space Grant working to bring space into the classroom now. Watch this video to find out how.
Here’s an invitation I treasure: “On behalf of the Johnson Space Center Director, Mike Coats, it’s my pleasure to invite you and a guest to join us in viewing the launch of the Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida.” The invitation describes the final mission of STS-135 Atlantis to deliver […]
Right now I am in Lincoln, Nebraska, getting ready for a Round Table discussion at the 5th annual Space Law Conference. I do not have a law degree, I asked why they wanted me. The best I can figure is they want their attendees to get a sense of the big picture in the emerging […]
Last week I met Christine Anderson, the recently appointed Executive Director of Spaceport America. She is wonderful to talk with, excited about the challenge ahead of her, and importantly, had moved to New Mexico by choice. She chose New Mexico because of its beauty, the art community, and the western lifestyle. We were getting along […]