Blog Posts - Space X



Mars 1 and 2 on National Geographic: New Kind of Helping Hand Into Space

Just caught the first two episodes of Mars on National Geographic, and wanted to post this review before I see and review more.First, this series is a great amalgam of documentary - up to and including events in 2016 - and a drama about the first exp...

Make Things Happen

Go found a company to solve a problem.Filed under: Entrepreneurship, Theory Tagged: billionaire, Elon Musk, Hyperloop, PayPal, postaday, Space X, Tesla Motors...
by Wealthymatters on Sep 5, 2016

Un cohete de Space X explota en Cabo Cañaveral

Todavía pendientes de los detalles, se acaba de confirmar que un cohete de SpaceX ha explotado en la zona de lanzamiento de Cabo Cañaveral. Imagen: @TigernBear/Twitter El Falcon 9, cuyo lanzamiento estaba previsto en asociación con SES, un operado...
by Lacasillard.com on Sep 1, 2016

Google has invested nearly a billion dollars in the space program

Last month, there were rumors that Google and Fidelity are going to invest $ 1 billion in new project Space X Elon Musk, the purpose of which is to provide global satellite access to the Internet around the world, including remote areas. We now know...
by saqib somal on Feb 12, 2015

Giggaheim Podcast Episode 87

Show Notes for Podcast Episode 87 Giggaheim Podcast 87 starts off with the Bleeding Edge Tech Report. Doug tells us about Space X’s upcoming launch and how is makes up for a few experiments that were accidentally left off at the International S...
by The Giggaheim on Oct 11, 2012

Giggahiem Podcast Episode 86

Show Notes for Podcast Episode 86   Podcast 85 has Watchmen, Flirting and Space X. Comics come first as Pete reviews the prequel comic series: Before Watchmen. J. Michael Strazinski takes on the hallowed ground of Alan Moore’s seminal classic...
by The Giggaheim on Oct 3, 2012

Space X’s Falcon 9 launch leaves dreamers behind

I had a dream when I was 10 years old and was thrilled when Alan Shepard, in the first manned Mercury Mission, orbited the earth. Okay, we were a bit  behind the Soviets, but, still we had done it, and very soon, I knew we would eclipse them. And we...
by Scholars & Rogues on May 22, 2012


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