Wayne Hale’s New Blog

Just saw the news that Wayne Hale (of Space Shuttle operations fame) has a new blog up on wordpress.  Wayne’s blog posts while still at NASA were always informative, and I hope now that he’s out in the private sector, he’ll be able to continue that trend.  As I understand it, Wayne left NASA earlier this year to take a job at Special Aerospace Services, which is conveniently located just one town over from where I’m looking at setting up Altius Space Machines.  Maybe I’ll get a chance to do an interview with him for Selenian Boondocks at some point when I have time to do stuff like that again…

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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 the founder and CEO of Altius Space Machines, a space robotics startup that he sold to Voyager Space in 2019. Jonathan is currently the Product Strategy Lead for the space station startup Gravitics. 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.
Jonathan Goff

About Jonathan Goff

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 the founder and CEO of Altius Space Machines, a space robotics startup that he sold to Voyager Space in 2019. Jonathan is currently the Product Strategy Lead for the space station startup Gravitics. 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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1 Response to Wayne Hale’s New Blog

  1. Martijn Meijering says:

    In his article he mentions the “cash-strapped Shuttle program”. Heh. I wish commercial space were so cash-strapped. We’d be well on our way to the moon and beyond.

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