Ion propulsion is being used more in the mainstream space market and in science missions. Even though the technology is over 40 years in the making!
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?
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 […]
There is a great new mission finally shaping up that hopes to map the gravity field of the Moon…not the Earth. It’s called the GRAIL (Gravity Recover and Interior Laboratory) […]
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