[[Again, apologies for the delay on getting this one out!]] It’s hard to believe the last day has already come and gone. This program was worth everything it took to get here, from the fundraising and the family support (thanks, guys!) to the late-night flights and the headaches, (juggling finals for grad school comes to mind…) Trust me, it delivered. So, […]
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When I reveal what my professional aspirations really are, I get this question a lot. -More than most would probably imagine. What with the risks and the trials, the personal expense and the unknowns, why seriously work to venture into a frontier where so many of the necessities of life are nonexistent? Sure, people […]
Read More Why try to become an astronaut / astrowright?
For those of you who have known me a while, who have had to endure my many rants during the last decade-and-a-half about the future and the promise of corporate space exploration, I have four words: I told you so. It’s with an almost electric sense of expectation that I am pleased to report a […]
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