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SATELLITE 2009

I went to the SATELLITE 2009 Conference at the convention center in Washington DC. It was interesting to see the other half of the space sector, that being the half that makes money. Human spaceflight and space science are the … Continue reading

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DC – L5

I went to the DC – L5 chapter meeting of the NSS on Sunday. DC-L5 meets in the Tysons-Pimmit Library in Falls Church Virginia.  Which is not exactly DC, it is barely within the belt way. (I live so far inside … Continue reading

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U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington DC to Host Open House

U.S. Naval Observatory to Host Open House, 2009 April 4 As Part of IYA 2009 “100 Hours of Astronomy” Program In celebration of the 400th anniversary of Galileo’s first use of the telescope, the International Astronomical Union and UNESCO have … Continue reading

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The Space Economy Symposium

I attended a half-day symposium on The Space Economy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Friday. The state of the Space economy is good. It has flattening because of maturing markets, such as GPS receivers which are cost less … Continue reading

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