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Why do we engage in space exploration?

A review of diverse perspectives on space exploration and extraterrestrial life reveal fundamentally human hopes, fears and flaws

Since the dawn of civilization thousands of years ago, humans have looked to the skies. 1,648 more words

Astronomy & Astrophysics

Weekly Roundup 8/25/15

Reading: nothing on the shelf.

Arranging: A few edits (and one major revision) for Satellites charts.

Practicing: Time to start really digging into Annie Laurie, which I’ll perform with Metro Brass as accompaniment sometime in our next performance season. 151 more words

Practice

Big Brother Really is Watching He's Called The Black Knight Satellite

George Orwell’s novel 1984 was the inspiration behind the hit TV show Big Brother. It was just a TV show, made up…But what if there really was someone watching us?  1,189 more words

Writing

Air and Space Museum in DC

August 20, 2015

There are so many museums in DC and I had the chance to visit a couple. They were within walking distance of each other and the best thing is that the majority of the museums are free admission! 9 more words

Random

Making a Hot Mess - August 23rd Sunday Washup Podcast

https://johnlawup.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/aug-23rd-washup.mp3

Just like Lucille Bluth, we’ve found ourselves in a Hot Mess of new tunes. After a few weeks off I’ve jumped back on the wagon wheel to a slew of tracks of varying genres. 32 more words

Podcast

My First QSL Card

Just arrived in the mail today and, of course, it is for a space station contact.

What’s a QSL card, you ask?

Space