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January 18, 2019: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ brings Steve Carell back to TV ‘Office’ comedy

Space Command naturally lends itself to this kind of satire. A lot of space operations require sitting at a desk with a few monitors around it (there are lots of reasons the Air Force is enviously called “Chair Force” by other services–these kind of jobs are one reason). 695 more words

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December 21, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

NORAD Tracks Santa

In a little over two days, NORAD will be showing the movements of Santa Claus as he drops gifts or coal to deserving children (and maybe adults). 607 more words

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December 14, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

The problems with small satellites – and what Australia’s Space Agency can do to help

I’m still having difficulty not linking the increase of interest in space in Australia with the launch activities happening in New Zealand. 721 more words

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December 7, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Coast Guard Cadets Will Get Closer to Space With Satellites

Small satellites allow people to experiment with space projects and become familiar with rudimentary space operations without a lot of the extreme costs associated with larger satellites. 669 more words

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