A constellation of… links to those snappy news bites

by | Oct 8, 2007 | Commercial human spaceflight, Satellites | 0 comments

More stuff as always from hobbyspace.com

The head of India’s space agency worries about the fact that Google Earth has the capability to get images that show things governments would rather people could not see. Well personally I would be very happy to have an independent civilian organisation monitor what is going on, who trusts governments, elected or otherwise, anyway?

Hobbyspace in this blog entry links to this article about how three years after SpaceShipOne there is no obvous sign of major progress. And we can expect more articles like this, not just because the wider media’s journalists know nothing about aerospace development but also because the personal spaceflight industry itself has got to do better or investment interest will evaporate.

Space Politics has more on NASA’s budget woes

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