It was an important month for the progress of my independent space writings. :)
I started the world’s only newsletter dedicated to covering all of (civil) Indian space, and found an enabling sponsor for it!
Now that I have two newsletters sustained primarily via sponsorships, Moon Monday and Indian Space Progress, I formally codified my ethics policy to be maximally transparent to my readers:
Having aided several space organizations, I also started formally offering consulting to (civil) space entities wanting to leverage my experience:
Moon exploration updates
Moon Monday #116: Two dates with our Moon, replacing the venerable LRO, and more
Moon Monday #115: Chandrayaan 3 lander testing, building for upcoming Moon missions, and more
Moon Monday #114: Mission updates, ESA-catalyzed lunar landings, Artemis planning, and more
Moon Monday #113: A volcanic dome for NASA CLPS, a crusty site for Chandrayaan 3, Pangaea for astronauts, and more
I updated these resource pages with the latest information and developments:
I’ve repurposed my Kindle to absorb more longform articles instead of books.
The browser tab is such an alluring distraction for the infovore. →
Lastly, a reminder that all of my writings to promote global space exploration are absolutely free to access by everyone, and that I display zero ads. You can support my independent space writings for $7/month or flexibly on a yearly basis. This includes support for the Moon Monday newsletter, the Indian Space Progress reports as well as my feature articles! Kindly consider joining my 50+ supporters by visiting jatan.space/support to see all donation options. 🌙
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