(Above) A Personal Rover on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington.
(Below) Control panel for the Personal Rover. Vistors get to choose an exploration subject for the rover and send it on its
(Above) Photo taken in front of the West Wing of The White House.
(Below) Dennis Tito, the first person who personnally paid his way into space, speaking at The National Air and Space
(Above and below) Two pictures of the moon taken on April 1, 2006 (no foolin') while our closest neighbor passed through
(Above) Although I look solemn in the picture, I was actually having a great time at Allies in Space '06, a 1-day mini
conference put on by the New York chapter of the NSS. (Below) After my talk, I sat on a panel which included Neil deGrasse
Tyson, head of the Hayden Planetarium. Some have called him the Carl Sagan of this generation.