August 10, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Ukraine’s Soviet-Era Space Program Boosts a US Commercial Spaceflight Company’s Chances for Liftoff I find this connection extremely interesting. Ukraine’s space history, it’s involvement in classified Soviet space programs, it’s entanglement with the USSR’s military-industrial complex, and then it’s willingness to step back from that history somewhat to forge it’s own path is inspiring. It […]

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August 3, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

32nd Annual Small Satellite Conference This is a good conference in Logan, Utah. A really, really good conference. There are workshops kicking it off this weekend that are interesting (click on the “Pre-Conference Workshop” link).” There’s a lot of information, new and interesting, about small satellite experiments, technology, etc. There are great exhibitors and it’s […]

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The Mission Readiness Review Episode 15: Alexa, have FEDOR assassinate John Connor

On this episode, we talk about: Russian Robots May Replace Cosmonaut Crews one day The pressure is on for Swarm Technologies And, a California startup finally launches, but it’s a secret Download the latest podcast from the following link: https://tmrr.podbean.com/e/episode-15-alexa-have-fedor-assassinate-john-connor/ A Launch from Alaska Stays Under Wraps From SpaceNews: Astra Space carried out a launch […]

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