Monthly Archives: August 2005

Last RTM Session: Space Law and Property Rights

While there were actually several presentations on Saturday other than the Space Law and Property Rights panel, most of those have been better covered by Clark Lindsey over on Hobbyspace (scroll down to Day 3). So, I’ll mostly focus on … Continue reading

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Comments

Just as a friendly reminder to readers, I’ve kept the comments option open for all my posts, and I usually do try to reply to them. I’ve had over 1000 visitors in the last two weeks, and less than half … Continue reading

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Brant Sponberg: Centennial Challenges/Innovative Programs

In order to save time on this section, I’ll mostly refer readers to Michael Mealling’s post on the topic. I have to say that this is the best (and most important thing) that NASA presented at the whole conference. To … Continue reading

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More RTM Stuff: In-Space Business Models

Well, I’ve probably gotten about as much readership as I’m going to get out of my RTM coverage, but there were a few more interesting parts and ideas that haven’t been discussed much that are worth one or two more … Continue reading

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Falcon IX?

I was about to respond to a comment by a blogger named MJ, when I decided to check out his blog, Chair Force Engineer. While looking around, I stumbled across this rather interesting story that I hadn’t seen anywhere else … Continue reading

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Dribs & Drabs

The Orlando Sentinel has certainly done everyone a big favor in printing a leaked schematic of NASA’s thinking on the architecture for the return to the Moon. In many regards it bears an uncanny resemblence to the Apollo architecture, especially … Continue reading

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Bigelow Aerospace Tour

Toward the end of the last panel, I was handed an invitation to a VIP tour of Bigelow Aerospace! I’m not sure how I got added to the list, but whoever did it, thanks! This was, for me, the highlight … Continue reading

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