T+101: Starlink Addendum
As I was recording yesterday’s show about Starlink, SpaceX filed an application with the FCC for some changes to the Starlink plan. I read through the report and it confirms some of what I talked about yesterday, so thought it was worth an update.
T+100: Midterms, and a Thought on Starlink
I share some space-focused takeaways from the US midterm elections and a thought that I had about recent Starlink reports.
T+99: October Q&A
This month, I take on questions about small launch, future space ventures, and the Boeing/SLS saga/drama.
T+98: Gateway Logistics Services
NASA released a request for information this week about cargo services to the Gateway—big news for the future of NASA and the Gateway. I break down the technical and non-technical bits of that announcement, as well as some updates on Space Force and the Soyuz situation.
13 - Bad Looking Unmixed Nuts
T+97: SLS OIG Report, Air Force LSA Awards
I share some thoughts on the two rocket drama stories from last week: a brutal OIG report on Boeing’s work on SLS stages, and the Air Force selected three new launch vehicles to receive development funding.
T+96: Blue Origin & Harris
Blue Origin and Harris announced an interesting partnership last week that’s worth discussing: Harris will be producing 5-meter fixed mesh reflector antennas that can only fit (for now) inside of New Glenn’s big fairing.
T+95: September Q&A
This month, I take on questions about BE-4 and Vulcan, small launch, BFR, and human spaceflight.
Some thoughts on the #dearMoon project, SpaceX’s announcement, and the essence of SpaceX’s strategy—bringing us along for the ride.