- Hobby Space sums up an article in Aviation Week describing each of the COTS winners plans for the future.
- A "Big announcement" is coming out sometime today about the X Prize Cup coming up in a few weeks. Stay tuned!
- NASA is now allowed to do night launches. That gives them a larger window to get the rest of the ISS built and fix Hubble.
- An article on spaceflight out of Mojave.
- The Space Review is up:
- Space sports and space power
- Dealing with risk
- Homesteading the solar system: location, location, location
- Mars: open for business?
- Fact checking is a problem in Utah. J Baxter seems to think the problem with space launches is propulsion technology. Even if the fuel was free, the cost wouldn't go down much. Check this out from Hobby Space. Also, Virgin Galactic is charging $200,000 not $500,000.
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.
Monday, October 09, 2006
Posted by Dan Schrimpsher at 5:37 AM