Update: The Small Pressurised rover to be featured at the inaugural parade.
Followers of this little blog may notice scenes of the Space program that few outsiders see: a space Station crew Welcome home, Shuttle Mission Control during an EVA, and a band of astronauts at the ISS Birthday Party. Before Christmas we saw the Small Pressurised Rover that will be at Tuesday's inaugural, A Miniature Sleigh and Eight Tiny Reindeer.
At one time scientists who thought the speed of light changes were considered outcasts, denied degrees and jobs. Since 2008 the writer has been working for NASA at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. As scientists we work on a project called ARES, preparing for the Moon and Mars. The writer's company is lead bidder to build the new Constellation Space System. Some of the details can not be disclosed at this time, but the work is very exciting! This blog will continue to provide a view of the Space program that few others see, from the inside.
Being part of the NASA community is a great honour. From top to bottom, there is a great feeling of teamwork while working for a common goal. In the future we hope to show more of the people who contribute to this enterprise. The Space Station and Moon program are enormous achievements for all humanity. Change is natural, and the speed of light is still slowing!