Space News Roundup – June 15, 2017

Space News Roundup – June 15, 2017

by Edward Ellegood Florida Space Development Council June 15, 2017   Virgin Galactic Gives Glimpse at Would-Be Corporate Space Jet: SpaceShip Two in Flight The newest incarnation of SpaceShipTwo is deep into its second attempt to be certified as safe for...
Academic vs. Capitalist Science

Academic vs. Capitalist Science

by Patrick Cox June 6, 2017 Until this year, April 22 was celebrated by many as Earth Day. The focus of Earth Day events was support for environmental protection, particularly climate accords. The image of Earth Day has been compared to a renaissance fair, complete...
Space News Roundup – June 5, 2017

Space News Roundup – June 5, 2017

by Edward Ellegood Florida Space Development Council June 5, 2017 Is “Fast Space” Fast Enough? A recent Air University report recommends that the Air Force partner with industry to develop new, low-cost reusable launch vehicles. Jeff Foust reports on how effective...
Space News Roundup – May 15, 2017

Space News Roundup – May 15, 2017

by Edward Ellegood Florida Space Development Council May 15, 2017   Humans Are Going to Mars. NASA Has Unveiled Their Mission. Though the undertaking will no doubt include many challenges, NASA is finally ready to make humanity’s dream of sending people to...