For #doscember my favorite DOS software is STSPlus by the late Dave Ransom. This was a fixture on my computer screen for many years. Still works https://youtu.be/WM7mPezCk-A
Guest: Sean Mahohney Sean Mahoney is the CEO of Masten Space Systems, an aerospace R&D and flight services company that creates and deploys reliable, reusable rocket vehicles and components. We talk about a huge range of subjects, from how he got there, to entrepreneurial strategies and how the current Space industry is preparing us for... Continue Reading →
Had a great time being Ryan's first guest on Wednesday night. I was fighting seasonal allergies and a late show time, but I think it turned out well. https://youtu.be/BZNmJv8Fvso?t=598 Follow SuperAero. All the cool kids are doing it! And if you really love them, support them on Patreon.
Looking for some fun news in these "trying times"? Look no further than your friendly neighborhood kids at NASA: The Futurism.com headline reads, "NASA Fixes Mars Lander By Telling It to Hit Itself With a Shovel". They should call this the Mark Watney move. Follow the project on Twitter and the Official Website.
One of my favorite inventors and all around cool people is Tim Pickens. He was on Podcast 78 and Podcast 62, and is as cool in person as he seems on TV. Catch him on The Space Show this Thursday.
Update 9:07AM EST: Standing down today due to strong upper level winds. Now targeting launch of PAZ for February 22 at 6:17 a.m. PST from Vandenberg Air Force Base.— SpaceX (@SpaceX) February 21, 2018 This morning SpaceX will attempt to launch a Falcon 9 with a couple interesting payloads on board. An earth surface mapping... Continue Reading →
I could watch this over and over. https://youtu.be/Z_kfM-BmVzQ
When was the last time you went wahoo? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySbIi8UP7dU
Guest Host: Greg Harris This was something I have wanted to write about for quite some time, but every time I started to put down words it just didn't capture the way I felt about this very long journey that was the Google Lunar XPRIZE. It was an up and down journey for sure. Farewell... Continue Reading →
UPDATE: Launch now pushed an hour or two due due atmospheric winds There's no shortage of information on this vehicle on the internet. Going to the source is probably the easiest. Watch the launch today with coverage on the SpaceX live webcast site and YouTube starting at 1:10 pm EST today. Here's their animation if... Continue Reading →