What types of engines would we realistically need to get to other stars? And what can we do in the meantime?
Could ion propulsion be used to clean up space debris and make the space environment safer?
With space budgets being cut in Washington, will ecomomic factors determine what space science missions get funded? And is this a new thing?
There is a common theme when you set about testing a bit of hardware or software either for development, qualification or delivery. And it’s found best from experience rather than […]
I came across the press release a day or so ago and it made me smile…GOCE has completed its basic mission to map the geoid of the Earth. What is […]
There’s a concept in The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker about how a person should be placed rather than have them fit a job. The idea being that the most […]
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