in big trouble.
My biggest fear is that if they can’t play in the sandbox, they’ll crap in it, which they are perfectly capable of doing. It’s always much easier to destroy than create, which is what they’ve been doing in Ukraine.
Sorry, link is there now.
Second launch attempt, in a few minutes.
[1300 PST update]
Scrubbed again, at the end of the window.
may be the day. It’s a little surprising how Long Beach has become such a space hub. A decade ago, there was nothing there.
[Update a while later]
About twenty minutes to launch.
I’ve spent the past three days at the Suborbital Researcher’s Conference, and we’re driving back to LA from Denver tomorrow, so probably little posting until the weekend.
[Update Friday morning]
We decided to do the drive in one long day, so back in the office.
ULA is apparently
on the auction block.
I’ve been arguing for years that Boeing and Lockmart should be forced to divest, because a free-range ULA would be much more able to compete with SpaceX (and other potential competitors).
I’m guessing that Boeing has decided that it needs cash more than it needs to continue to keep Tory under control.
has purchased Launcher.
I’d like to know where the money behind Vast is coming from.
NASA was right not to do it.
On the other hand, I never thought it should have been named for him in the first place, and not because of the “Lavender Scare” thing. It just didn’t seem appropriate.