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Tag Archives: Augustine
The Man. On Space Review. [EDIT: About a month ago, but I only just read it.] This is just excellent. So many things I agree with, that go against the stupid myths of spaceflight and space policy. If you read … Continue reading
Danny Deger @ Nasaspaceflight.com forum on Ares I selection in ESAS (I don’t know if this is true, I have little knowledge about the matter): The Ares data isn’t just ITAR, it is Sensitive But Unclassified as it should be … Continue reading
From Hobbyspace, highlighted by Transterrestrial Musings: The program of record (i.e. Ares I/V/Orion/Altair), which exceeds the expected budget substantially, will no longer be in the options table but kept separately just as a reference. Yes! The historic words have been … Continue reading
Jeff Greason is a rational person who simply gets it. It is mind boggling how completely opposite from someone like Mike Griffin he is. See Jeff’s presentation with the Augustine Panel. Paraphrasing, “we could go to Mars with Ares V … Continue reading
There are a lot of implicit assumptions that heavy lifters of this or that throw weight must be used for future exploration beyond low Earth orbit. These “needs” have never been logically derived from anything. Yet space policy and exploration … Continue reading
Haven’t read it yet, but I wrote about something similar (and not in name only) a few years back.
I’ve to leave for a friend’s summer cottage in a bit. Meanwhile, I give you people who to refer to; people who “get it”: Clark Lindsey at Rlvnews, Jon Goff at Selenian Boondocks, Rand Simberg at Transterrestrial Musings, Monte Davis … Continue reading
It seems ULA finally got out in the public with their opinion on how long and what it would take to launch manned stuff or Orion with their rockets. It only took four years, laboring under threatening and suppression. What … Continue reading