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11 thoughts on “About Space-for-All”
Hi There, just sharing some info on our rocket program in Australia, that readers might find interesting.
Here is a link to recent news paper article about us also.
Many thanks Jamie
Thanks Jamie. I wish them the best of success with their efforts.
I wanted to write to to you regarding a previous post on Indian Experimental Rocket Launch. May I have your email or FB profile pls. Thank you.
was there a meteor sighting last night over the skies of south carolina? we saw something right before daylight in the sky. it was very bright and fast. just wondering what it could be.
I don’t see any reports of meteors along the East coast at that time. See, e.g., http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com/ and http://www.amsmeteors.org/fireball_report/?report_status=pending. You might put a report on one or both sites. Could have been a meteor or a piece of space debris falling back into the atmosphere
how can i get in touch? i’d like to share a story about an unreleased US Navy/Apollo 11 recovery film i found on Ebay. i’m at email@example.com
I’m starting an open source air launch space program, small, at hobby level, and robotic of course. if anyone is interested.
I’m working on a feature length documentary that follows Seti Institute and Meti International. A parallel story about the hunt for an alien signal and the quest to start broadcasting messages from earth.
If some of you would be interested in this film we have a Kickstarter campaign right now that I would be very happy if you had a look at! 🙂
Hi there, this winter you will be able to walk to the sun at the speed of light:
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Our new design makes reading and contributing to our discussion threads easier on both phones and large devices.
I invite you to take a look at the site and link to it from http://hobbyspace.com/Blog/ if you find it a valuable resource. Also, we’d love to hear your site questions or comments as we’re continually making improvements based on our users’ feedback.
Thanks for your time!
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