Just another post, this one from Geekquinox on Yahoo! News, about small satellites. There is a seemingly simultaneous up-swell of inexpensive satellites becoming available to the masses. These satellites aren’t very big (about the size of a cell phone) and won’t last very long. But a theoretical $300 will buy a person that space-nerd cred […]Read More Have Anozer Zatellite–Zey’re Waifehr Thin.
The nice thing about government satellites, and perhaps satellites generally, is they are in a high demand field. And there’s not very many to go around (a lot of people call this high-demand/low density, or HD/LD). Then it makes sense someone is trying to figure out how Kepler can still be used. In this case, […]Read More Kepler: looking at the bright side of life (in space)