The 30th Space Symposium is done. It was fun and there were a lot of interesting displays. Every company present was chest-thumping–some more than others. Some booths were quite big. Others were of typical size. I realize the ticket prices are a little steep and some of you don’t have the option of volunteering. So […]Read More 30th Space Symposium Pictures
The 30th Space Symposium is almost at an end. The whole event ends tonight with the Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner at the Broadmoor. The dinner is all about recognizing nominee contributions and picking a winner. The nominees have developed products from satellite and space technology that help make life easier for folks here on Earth. One […]Read More Dinner for the Space Technology Hall of Fame Nominees
Just my latest Clearancejobs.com post. This it’s time about the newer spaceports in the US. Will there be enough business for them? With high prices, it’s hard to tell. You can make a better guess after reading: New Spaceports Readying for New Spaceship Business.Read More The New Spaceports Are Here
I’ve mentioned in a previous post the possibility of using balloons in accomplishing a satellite’s work. Especially if the work can be done by the balloon more responsively, more effectively, and cheaply. If all three of those factors are present, then why not? It just makes sense. For World View Enterprises’ space balloon efforts, though, just achieving […]Read More Flying in a Space Balloon.