Dreams of space based solar power and an end to Constellation delays

by | Nov 8, 2007 | exploration | 0 comments

Find more space based solar power craziness at the link-tastic Hobbyspace.com

And it looks like China won’t be putting up a solar array anytime soon as they deny reports that they have plans for a space station by 2020

Back on Earth NASA makes progress with its next Shuttle flight to the International Space Station that will launch the European Space Agency’s Columbus laboratory

Apparently there is some lobbying going on to ensure there is manned Mars mission research at NASA

If you don’t feel energetic enough to do that then just sit back, if you have a Hi-Def capable tv, and enjoy this picture of the Moon care of JAXA

Then again you could wait for Germany’s newly proposed lunar orbiter

But if you prefer to get out into the real wilds of space then how about an asteroid mission?

Or just enter inner-space with Selenian Boondocks and opt for introspection

And finally, Hobbyspace.com links to my story about Ares I crew launch vehicle’s issues

Read my more detailed blog posting about the troubled Ares stick here

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