People who run marathons, scientists who live at the South Pole in winter, and even the firefighters in the Gila, have something in common. They have an innate drive to be autonomous, self-determined and connected to each other. Volunteering to be in a closed, hostile environment for months at a time is something International Space […]
Landing on Mars and winning at the Olympics, there is nothing easy about either. On Sunday, August 5th, starting around 11pm our time, you can watch the coverage of the landing of the Mars Science Laboratory at NASA.gov. Think about it. A laboratory the size of an SUV, will descend from the Curiosity Lander, deploy […]
ISPCS 2011 preperation and Charles Miller in Space News – Institutional investors seek profit potential in Commercial Space.