Tuesday’s Batchelor podcast


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Below the fold is the podcast of my appearance on the John Batchelor Show today, Tuesday. It was fun comparing the recent successes of private space compared to the big space programs of the U.S., Russia, and China. I also made reference to this essay I wrote after watching Elon Musk first announce in 2011 his plans to vertically land the first stage of his Falcon 9 rocket. Took him only five years to do it.

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  • danae

    Good tutorial, as always. I’m always glad to hear and understand hopeful news concerning ATK, as they have a strong connection with the community where I live.

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