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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Reverse Course! (hard to do with a nuclear missile...)
The latter part of my Air Force active duty career partially dealt with the trainwreck of bringing missileers into Space Command. That era comes to an end on December 1st, as Global Strike Command takes control of the intercontinental ballistic missile force. At least all the people I worked with who kept shrines to Curtis LeMay in their cubicles won't feel like they wasted their time...
8:55 pm est

Desert Fireball Network
A group of cameras in Australia, used to capture images of meteors. The team triangulates the position of the fall and then conducts a 'poor man's sample return.' Very cool.
8:44 pm est

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Say what you will about the Ares I-X Test...
...bowshocks are cool.
7:00 pm est

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