Everything I published in November 2022
It was a pretty good month.
Past mistakes to avoid in our grand return to the Moon this decade
Moon exploration updates
Moon Monday #105: An Orion around Luna, CubeSat quests, ESA’s lunar ambitions, future mission updates, and more
Moon Monday #104: Reflecting on Artemis I and our future at Luna, a robotic lander launch, new lunar contracts and mission updates
Moon Monday #103: A CAPSTONE around the Moon, and updates on craft to follow soon
Moon Monday #102: CAPSTONE and SLS prep for rendezvous with Luna, and a load of exciting future mission updates
One issue with our grand return to the Moon is that I’m too excited nearly all the time. Constantly writing about it doesn’t help.
I edited these pages to keep the launch timings and information up to date:
I’ve opened up my space blog to supporter-only comments, please join!
Talk: From Chandrayaan to Artemis, highlighting collaboration in our return to the Moon
Live-streamed NASA’s Artemis I Moon mission launch (it wasn’t a quality stream since it was my first ever such attempt)
Some thoughts about Mastodon:
Use notifications filters to cut the noise
List your writing on the Fediverse
Yet more space:
There’s nothing quite as bold and beautiful as committing to exploring the brutal colossal desolation that is space. →
Did you know I write space poems sometimes?
Crushable aluminum inside Moon landers
Just because I’m pro-space it doesn’t mean I need to admire the person leading a space company in order to admire the company itself. →
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