It’s here! It’s here! If you want you can picture me jumping up and down with excitement.
The Light Side of the Moon is the second novel in the Other Systems Universe, but it is not a sequel. 253 more words
Recently appointed ESA director, professor Johann-Dietrich Woerner is, perhaps unfashionably, interested in the moon.
In charge of a €4.4 billion annual budget, the former Chair of the German space agency is ultimately responsible for everything at Esa. 919 more words
I’ve been reading about the topic of space colonization lately. With the different private and government entities all stating different goals and strategies for getting people to the Moon and Mars, I’ve seen a great focus on the technical and financial sides of things. 428 more words
As a science fiction writer, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how technology will change the way we live. I came up with these ten short essays about science fictional elements that will – almost certainly – one day become science fact as a way for people to start coming to terms with them. 868 more words
I wrote this short story a while back — a short short or flash fiction really, and posted on Smashwords — to commemorate the Mid-Autumn Festival in China and to speculate on how mooncake plus the story of Chang’e going to the moon would be celebrated on a future Lunar colony Chinatown. 1,122 more words