Bill Nye can actually dance

I don't watch this show (except when Woz was on) but Bill does a great job crossing that "science is dorky" bridge here. He just appears approachable and can actually dance a little. I'm so glad he's such a great ambassador for science (and space!).

US no longer lists satellites as weapons

 Satellites are no longer weapons, according to a change in US anti-arms trafficking law. The move gives hope to commercial spaceflight companies wanting to sell their technology on the global market rather than just within the US. However, the focus on Earth-orbiting craft means deep-space missions could still be hampered by onerous security laws. On... 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 →

Well that’s cheating

I've spent the last 3 days at the Google Lunar X PRIZE team summit.  There have been some moves on the scorecard this week as a result of a lot of consideration to the details. On Tuesday (the first day) I was the lunch speaker.  My talk was a little controversial, but that's fine with me.... Continue Reading →

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