I’d like to thank everyone who commented publically or by email to my “Readers Survey”. The support means a lot. I guess sometimes it just really helps knowing that you’re actually making a difference, even if only a modest one. So, in case I’ve left you on pins and needles, Selenian Boondocks will keep on going so long as I still have any time for that. With Tiff now into her last month of pregnancy, and work being its normal roller coaster, and a little boy turning two next month…
By the way, for anyone who’s been following along, Tiff got the cerclage out yesterday, so it’s a normal pregnancy from here! First time for everything I guess…
Oh, and on another note, the alternative thesis topic I want to propose is shaping up a lot better than I thought. I’ve found a relatively local company that does the process I was interested in, it turns out they’ve done some similar work for different customers in the past, and seemed quite willing to work with me on this (even as a poor starving college student).
But while I will likely be getting very busy, real soon now, I’m still going to try getting my next couple of topics out for discussion: lunar surface rendezvous, potential near-term lunar markets and what is needed to open them up, probably another essay about DIRECT, and some musings I’ve been having about the importance of backup plans.
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