New Link and Blog Layout Update

Earlier today, Trent Waddington tweeted about a blog post about lunar robotics on Hop David’s blog. I’ve interacted with him on NASASpaceflight.com over the years, so decided to check it out. I don’t agree with everything, but it’s well worth the read. Especially for some of his cartoons/graphics. The guy’s not just smart, but he’s got some real artistic talent to go with his engineering talent. The only thing that could make his site better were if it wasn’t a blogspot site… But regardless of that, I’d strongly recommend spending some time over on his blog.

In other news, I decided that I hated the twitter feed widget. If I knew how to shut off the avatars, it might make sense. But with the twitter avatars, the amount of text space is so small each tweet ends up wrapping to half a dozen lines. Useless. Oh well.

Also, I decided to change the blog theme. Mistylook was getting old. One of these days I’ll need to do a custom banner header. But for now, this should do.

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Jonathan Goff

Jonathan Goff

President/CEO at Altius Space Machines
Jonathan Goff is a space technologist, inventor, and serial space entrepreneur who created the Selenian Boondocks blog. Jon was a co-founder of Masten Space Systems, and is the founder and CEO of Altius Space Machines, a space robotics startup in Broomfield, CO. His family includes his wife, Tiffany, and five boys: Jarom (deceased), Jonathan, James, Peter, and Andrew. Jon has a BS in Manufacturing Engineering (1999) and an MS in Mechanical Engineering (2007) from Brigham Young University, and served an LDS proselytizing mission in Olongapo, Philippines from 2000-2002.
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One Response to New Link and Blog Layout Update

  1. Hop David says:

    Thank you for the mention!

    You left a number of thoughtful comments, all food for thought. I’ve responded to some of them. Your comment on plane changes prompted a new blog post: EML2 plane change

    Your propellant depot advocacy over the years has had influence on my thinking. Thanks again.

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