Has a new job at NASA, to ensure the ability to utilize space resources. I talked to him about this in DC last month, and sent him a copy of my IAC paper.
Bob Zimmerman continues to follow Curiosity’s progress on Mars.
Hey, no machine is perfect.
People in charge of them should be made personally liable.
Makes sense to me. If you’re going to deprive someone of their right to self defense, it should be your responsibility to make it actually safe, not just put up a sign.
Casey Dreier has an interesting history of how NASA finally got a decent budget to fulfill its planetary-defense mandate.
Bob Zimmerman has three case studies, and he’s not happy.
I’ll be on tonight at 1900 PDT, talking lunar tardigrades and other things.
A dual FH launch would give them a direct trajectory, at far lower cost.
And why does no one ever question the provenance of that $1B estimate per flight for SLS?