Investing in safety and gambling on positrons

by | Oct 19, 2007 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Spot the truly whacky in this long list of Hobbyspace.com entries that has links to stories about NASA’s COTS programme, space diving and proposals for a positron engine, whatever that is.

If that isn’t looney enough for you our sister title New Scientist has something about planetary landers moving around like cockroaches.

On a more serious note Hobbyspace.com has a link to details about another space investment summit and even more serious, changing safety procedures at Mojave air and space port following the fatal accident involving Scaled Composites employees

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