Awesome Space Links of the Week 9/29
- It has Legos, I couldn’t resist. This advice actually applies pretty directly to research or any creative endeavor. Nothing new, but fun to see through the lens of Legos.
- Now here’s a super Sunday I could get excited about (sorry football) It’s especially exciting because one of the secondary payloads was CUSat – a satellite built by students at Cornell.
- I wonder if there is anybody alive today with the skills to make something like this?
- To be fair, the ‘do science’ block of the top part basically encompasses the lower part.
- And here’s a manifesto I can get behind.
- I feel like this says something profound about humanity. What that is, I’ll leave up to you.
- The government shutdown – more arguments for why the government shouldn’t be in charge of things that need to run on schedule, like space launches.
- When even universities can run things more efficiently than the government, that’s saying something.
- Happy Space Week and 55th Birthday NASA
- I think that 3-D printing is actually a pretty constraining way to look at massless space exploration, but it’s a start
- I bet the real reason is because you don’t have to give prize money to a subatomic particle
- Hello Uncanny Valley!