Category Archives: MSS

More Excuses, Excuses

Two more reasons I haven’t been blogging much lately: Methinks I may be past-due for an MSS update…

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Light Blogging: Excuses, Excuses

Did I mention we’ve been busy lately?

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ULA Propellant Depot Paper (Updated)

Here’s one other interesting paper, which was presented at the SPACE 2008 conference a few months ago. As I mentioned in a previous post, I was given a copy of a few of the ULA papers before the conference, but … Continue reading

Posted in Commercial Space, COTS, ESAS, International Space Collaboration, Launch Vehicles, Lunar Commerce, MSS, NASA, Propellant Depots, Space Development, Space Transportation, Technology | 14 Comments

Playin in the Dirt

Who says little boys are the only ones allowed to play around in the dirt? Seriously though, we actually had a valid scientific reason for doing a test without the jet deflector in place. Honest. We uhh…needed to know if … Continue reading

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