Ariane chief seems frustrated with SpaceX for driving down launch costs Whoo-boy! An American summary of an English translation of a German interview of a French space launch manufacturing director. This seems like some comedy from the 1960’s, and only Clouseau is missing. I had to make sure this Ars Technica story was on the […]Read More “Minky”-shines In the French Space Sector
On today’s show: Launch delays, China dreams of rocket reusability And, these SpaceBees! Intro background music POD Dreams by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/56307 Ft: Debbizo, Michael Bacich. China in space OneSpace test launch out of Northwest China (likely the Jiuquan launch range) OneSpace […]Read More The Mission Readiness Review–Episode 10: I know what you did last GDP
The Mystery of the ‘SpaceBees’ Just Got Even Weirder We’ve talked about the SpaceBees issue a few times on our podcast, “The Mission Readiness Review.” In case you don’t know, Swarm Technologies, a Silicon Valley startup, launched some very small satellites for a few federal agencies on an Indian rocket early this year. But […]Read More May 18, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions
Click on the link below to get the latest TMRR episode. https://tmrr.podbean.com/e/episode-9-it%e2%80%99s-red-tape-eh/ On this podcast, we talk about: The Great Red-taped North Rocket reusability, this time from India. And,Bangabandhu-1 is a friend of Bengal. Intro background music POD Dreams by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/56307 […]Read More The Mission Readiness Review–Episode 9: It’s red-tape, eh?
Word of the day: Bangabandhu The satellite on SpaceX’s first Block 5 Falcon 9 launch seems to be named after Bangladesh’s founding father. It supposedly means “friend of Bengal.” Budget 2018: space agency details still scant – but GPS and satellite imagery funded Okay, the Australians are so serious about space, they’re spending millions to […]Read More May 11, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions