Update on the podcast

In an effort to make it SUPER easy on guests a few months ago when I started in earnest to do the podcast again, I switched to a cloud recording provider called Castr (or something, the name and url are confusing). It had some quirks but making a microphone and browser the only guest requirement seemed... Continue Reading →

Why not?

In case you haven't noticed, I backed away from space exploration writing and podcasting for more or less 2 years now. I found myself getting bogged down in bad politics, disappointing announcements and overall negativity. I spent all my time asking "why?". When trying to do something that's really really hard like create a private... Continue Reading →

Find a way or make one

"Aut inveniam viam aut faciam" is Latin for "I shall either find a way or make one." We're about a third of the way through our Firefly Kickstarter project. The idea is simple: We want everyone to be able to do some science and exploration. Students Hackers Small startups Garage Inventors HAM Radio operators "Firefly"... Continue Reading →

Google Lunar X PRIZE Proposed Landing Sites

Dr Philip J. Stooke of The University of Western Ontario has put together a cool proposed landing site map based on published data from the Google Lunar X Prize Teams.  We will be updating this as the public information gets updated. Check it out here! Got a cool idea for a visualization? Email editor@evadot.com!

2009: looking back

I started this site in March of this year on a whim.  It's exceeded my expectations in almost every way, and not just when I look at the site stats.  A podcast wasn't even a thought in March, and we're on Episode 20.  Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I'd be hosting... Continue Reading →

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