If you could reboot the space program…

If you could reboot the space program, no strings attached, what would it look like? It's kind of a crazy idea isn't it? It would be an interesting exercise to remove the boundaries that we unconsciously place on ourselves because we feel like we have to operate within the current environment. It seems too often... Continue Reading →

Giving NASA a chance

Human spaceflight is a project for all of humanity and we're going to introduce more international perspective.  Since Evadot is in the United States, we've asked Ricardo J. Tohmé  (from Argentina), Editor of AstroSpaceNow.com to give us his point of veiw on the NASA program as it stands today. What seemed to be a never-ending... Continue Reading →

I forgot, I am allergic to cheese

There's a great scene in the first volume of the 1998 documentary "From the Earth to the Moon" where  Astronaut Roger Chaffee is giving a slide presentation during a pancake breakfast and he's trying explain the how and why of what they are doing to a group of people.  He puts on some technical slides... Continue Reading →

A healthy Space 2.0 Eco System

The Space Industry is dominated by some pillar organizations.  NASA and its dinosaur-like contractors such as United Space Alliance, Lockheed Martin, and Northrop Grumman, make up the vast majority of space related activities in the US.  They don't often think in terms of the common good of the industry.  They focus on projects, getting next... Continue Reading →

Boundless oceans

“If you want to build a ship, don’t summon people to buy wood, prepare tools, distribute jobs, and organize the work, rather teach people the yearning for the wide, boundless ocean." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery Do you remember the future we were going to have?  In Arthur C Clarke's dreams by 2001, we were going... Continue Reading →

Up ↑