There are a few connections, believe it or not, between space and New York’s New Year’s Eve Ball Drop. What are those connections you might ask? I ask you just to go to Clearancejobs.com and read this short article with my attempts to explain.
Sorry about the delay in writing. I was a bit, um, gone for a while. Which is why this post is being re-posted now, instead of on 31 Dec, when Clearancejobs.com posted my article.
Another of my Clearancejobs.com posts. This time it’s a bit about the opportunity for “New Space” companies to not only produce data, but also build up a robust infrastructure to shunt it around. It might be an opportunity that will grow. Read it here: The New Space Data Challenge–An Opportunity for Growth?
Posted in Clearancejobs.com, Communications satellites, Imagery, Interesting articles
Tagged Clearancejobs.com, communications, ground architecture, imagery satellites, John Holst, New Space, the mad spaceball, YouTube
My latest Clearancejobs.com article about the movement of New Space companies and their jobs to Texas. Perhaps there’s a career waiting for you with one of these companies? They all appear to be hiring. If you’re curious about which companies are making the move, please read: Texas Space Jobs Increasing.
Posted in Clearancejobs.com, Interesting articles
Tagged Alpha, careers, Clearancejobs.com, Falcon, FireFly, John Holst, Lynx, Lynx II, space careers, SpaceX, Texas, the mad spaceball, XCOR
By now, you may have heard about NASA’s awarding of two contracts to two US companies for space capsules. You haven’t? Then please go to my post on Clearancejobs.com to read more about it: Hope for the Space Program: NASA Awards Two Space Capsule Contracts.
Posted in Clearancejobs.com, Interesting articles, NASA, Private Space, Region Focus, SpaceX, USA
Tagged Boeing, contracts, CST-100, Dragon Capsule, John Holst, NASA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Soyuz, space capsule, SpaceX, the mad spaceball
Another Clearancejobs.com post of mine about NASA’s announcement last week of their awarding four “new space” companies a few contracts. Just go there for the details: New Space Firms Awarded NASA Contracts.
Posted in Clearancejobs.com, Interesting articles, NASA, Region Focus, USA
Tagged Clearan, IDIQ, John Holst, Masten Space Systems, NASA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Paragon Space Development, the mad spaceball, Up Aerospace, Virgin Galactic