Monthly Archives: April 2015

Another Apollo moment from Space Watch

Wow–apologies for how this looks. The resulting format is because I’m being forced to use’s “New” editor. Because they automatically re-direct me to the new page, I can’t even see the layout as I type. I have about four lines that I can see in their provided text editing box. The user experience isn’t great, and unfortunately, the reader experience might not be either. So please bear with me as I figure out the “improvements.” Or until they give me a way to do this in a more useful manner.

In case you weren’t aware, I was busy with a little thing called the 31st Space Symposium last week. We kicked it all off with Yuri’s Night on¬†Sunday (12 April) and didn’t stop until we unloaded the trucks and dispersed our gear last Friday. Now everyone is recovering before we go-go-go.

That’s just a long-winded way of saying I’ve been busy. But the Space Foundation still puts out its monthly “Space Watch” and I wrote the latest “Apollo 50th Moment” post for them. So, here it is:¬†Apollo’s Engine Still Powers On.

By the way–everything was fun, but Yuri’s Night in particular was great–we had someone playing a theremin in the lobby. What! You don’t know what a theremin is. Well, here’s some video for you with a

Thursday--snow at the Broadmoor, where the Space Symposium was ending that day.

Thursday–snow at the Broadmoor, where the Space Symposium was ending that day.

, uh, “thereminist?”