Monthly Archives: March 2008

Marburger’s Speech

There’s been a lot of discussion over the past few days about OSTP Director John Marburger’s speech at the recent Goddard Memorial Symposium, but there were a couple of good points that I felt deserved repetition, and I also had … Continue reading

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Commercial Space Netscape Moment?

I know that I’ve mentioned on several occasions the hope that at sometime in the next few years, we might see some commercial space company have a “Netscape Moment”. The idea being that having a major company succeed in … Continue reading

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The Return of Jonny Bloggin (and James Bloggin Too!)

It’s been a long while since I’ve put any family pictures up, and we had lots of good ones over the past several months that I figured I would share. This first one is James and George (Pierce Nichols’ little … Continue reading

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Proud to be in Texas

by guest blogger Ken Today was just another reaffirmation of why I’m happy to live in Texas. We woke to snow on the ground, and by evening I had the top down on the bug on my way to the … Continue reading

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