Monthly Archives: July 2008

Whittington Again Demonstrates His Reading Compreshension Skilz

I know it’s been a while since I’ve blogged last, but here’s a gem from our favorite friend from Planet Strawman. This morning he asked whether Obama’s statement that he wants to revitalize NASA represents a flip-flop from his previous … Continue reading

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Yet another space vacation

by guest blogger Ken This time around I took a few days off to head down to Houston for the 15th annual International Space Settlement Design Competition (ISSDC), not to be confused with the ISDC. This was the final event, … Continue reading

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It’s now officially official

by guest blogger Ken Having goofed up on my paperwork the first time around, I had to wait longer than expected to get the final documentation, but I am now looking at an official Certificate of Filing of Lunar Library … Continue reading

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Some Interesting Ideas From the Other Side of the Pond

I don’t have time to go into detail at the moment, but I wanted to relay an interesting paper that Keith Cowing reported on NASAWatch today. Now, if I were someone at the ESA, I’d probably be taking NASA’s grand … Continue reading

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And We’re Back

Well, I’ve actually been back since Sunday night, but I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had a chance yet to post anything. I figured I’d just mention how everything went. The trip ended up being a lot of fun, … Continue reading

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Leaving on Vacation

We’re headed out for a long vacation tonight (we were supposed to be on the road nearly six hours ago). We’re driving up to see my folks for the 4th (staying through till Monday morning), and then driving out to … Continue reading

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