Well, it’s that time of the year again boys and girls! Time for another pilgrimage down to Phoenix for this year’s Space Access Conference. This year, Tiff, Little Jon and I will be driving down from the Bay Area. It’s a long drive, but we have relatives along the way, and we kind of wanted to have an excuse to drive through Mojave on the way back. And yes, we will be bringing rocket hardware (our regen liner that we’ve steady-stated).
I’ve noticed that each year’s conference seems to have a different Zeitgeist, and it will be interesting to see what things are like this year. I know that we at MSS have come a long way over the last 12 months, and the rest of the industry is on the move too.
While I’m there, I think that I’m going to see if I can get do a bunch of short interviews with some of the speakers there at the conference. I don’t have a laptop, so I likely won’t be able to get any of that up on the web till next week, but I figure it’s worth doing, even if Clark, and Rand, and others are liveblogging the event now.
Anyway, until then, this blog will likely be pretty quiet unless Ken has something he wants to put up while I’m gone?
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