I’ve got neither the looks nor the brains, but there are a lot of opportunities. Beware, though, folly is opportunity’s constant companion.
“If you can’t convince them, confuse them.”--Harry S. Truman
Using word combinations such as "commercialization of space" and "access to the space economy" sounds good. Does SNC know what those words mean?
What's the similarity between ULA's rockets and toilet paper (aside from being one-time use)? What might it mean for the U.S. launch market?
The great software companies of Silicon Valley are held in high esteem by those in the space industry. But admiration does not equal industry knowledge and understanding. Investors be aware!
Part 1: When SMC buys expensive infrared satellites, does a lt. colonel get its wings? Especially if the satellites are still "juicy targets?"
I don't believe Blue Origin is the launch company any of us thought it was going to be. Here's why...
When Joe Biden becomes the President of the United States in late January, what does that mean for the commercial U.S. space industry?
SpaceX wins from NASA a contract to develop a capability. ULA had tried to get that funding over a decade ago...
By all accounts, the U.S commercial space industry is growing. Is the growth originating with...