He’s going to be on The Space Show in a few minutes (2 PM PDT), talking about space law and space property rights. I’ll be interested to hear what he has to say.
BTW, just turned in the proposal to NASA this morning, so I’m sort of decompressing.
[Update a few minutes later]
Welp, five minutes past, and so far he’s a no show.
[Update a couple minutes later]
OK, sounds like they’re about to start now.
[Update toward the end]
Nice to hear him endorse the multilat idea I’ve been (and will continue to be) promoting.
An interesting interview of one of the most fascinating men of the 20th century. I saw him at ISDC, and he is holding up well mentally, though he’s been physically frail for decades.
I’d activated a plugin which was apparently causing the blog to display only post titles. I’ve fixed it now. Sorry about that.
Chris Davenport has an in-depth story on the coming age of American human spaceflight. I’d note that in the future, one will not need to learn to speak Russian to go into space. That will be a relic of a happily bygone era.
As one of the few remaining moon walkers, I admire him, which is why it saddens me to see him regurgitating pro-SLS propaganda. I’m in the last throes of a proposal, or I’d take it apart, but maybe someone else will.
The “Mediterranean Diet” has been discredited.
John Hawkins has five weird things about being a conservative who doesn’t love Trump.
I’m not a conservative, but I agree with all.
The Horowitz report is out, and (as predicted) it looks pretty bad for the FBI and DOJ. And Comey.
[Friday update at noon]
Three big takeaways from the report. It’s a big report, and there will be a lot of cherry picking by both sides.
[Update a while later]
The report shows that the fix was in from the beginning for the email investigation. Well, duh.
Mollie Hemingway read the whole report so you don’t have to.
That’s quite a hed and URL of this NYT story about private space facilities. I don’t know why it would require fifteen weeks of training, though. I think that’s more likely to put wealthy people off than the price tag.
Alan Boyle (unsurprisingly) has a better story about it.