China Looks to Build New Powerful Rocket and Leave NASA in Its Exhaust Plans for rockets in China are the same as plans for rockets in the United States–just plans. But this article is strange, because it seems to focus on NASA’s plans, which are continuously shifting further into the future than originally planned. China […]Read More July 6, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions
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?Read More New Space Satellites and Data
“Takin’ that Ride to Nowhere, We’ll take that Ride” Why the map? It’s just to show where Spaceport America is relative to everything (or in this case, the nothing) around it. It’s pretty much in the Middle of Nowhere, New Mexico. But two companies we’ve heard much about, SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, are working on […]Read More Spaceport America: We’re on a Road to Nowhere
This is another of my Clearancejobs.com posts about the possible jobs the new generation and start-ups of space launch and satellite companies might offer. But, are all of them really accepting of old military space operators into their baby-faced ranks? If you’re interested, please read: “Going from Government or Military to Space Startups.”Read More “New Space” Companies Might Equal New Jobs? Even for Vets?