April 26, 2019: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

A Cremated Cat Will Be ‘Buried’ in Space for the First Time A mere $5000 is what it takes to send very little of a loved one, whether human or pet, to orbit. Depending on your state, this may actually be cheaper than normal terrestrial means of memorializing your loved ones. Lawmakers spar big-time on […]

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Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Stories I happened upon during the past week. “…the Government Accountability Office warned that costs for national security space launches are rising…” Aand, here we go again: http://spacenews.com/congressional-auditors-raise-red-flags-on-eelv-costs-national-security-launch-industrial-base/. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released an annual report and noted AGAIN concerns about excessive costs surrounding the United States Air Force’s Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program […]

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