- Time magazine (finally) has an article on NASA's return to the moon. As my political science professor used to say, Time for people who don't like to think and People for people who don't like to read.
- Michael Belfiore has a review of "Riding Rockets" by Mike Mullane.
- NASA is finally officially moving the shuttle launch to July. The new window is July 1 - 19.
- Dick Stafford has started a Frapper group for Future Space Access. No, I didn't know that that was either, but it appears to be a map of where everyone is, companies, individuals, and launch sites. It's pretty neat.
- John Nance's interview on Good Morning America is online.
- NASA is looking for someone to lease the Shuttle's runway after it gets shutdown.
1. space beyond the atmosphere of the earth.
prag·ma·tism (prgm-tzm) n. A way of approaching situations or solving problems that emphasizes practical applications and consequences.
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Posted by Dan Schrimpsher at 10:02 AM