Shields up, Damage Report.

I don’t enjoy failure. I can’t imagine that anyone does. We hear it all the time that “failure and being uncomfortable mean that real progress is happening.” Can’t we just outsmart the failure… ‘pre-plan the fail’ so that we can pre-vent it and then ‘post-succeed.’ We are an aerospace company that will design and launch…

…and I’m floating in a most peculiar way.

After several busy weeks full of email replies, phone calls and crazy ideas… things have gone silent. The next steps all rely on permits, votes and handshakes that allow us to continue. I’ve been thinking about sending persuasive fruit baskets or chocolates… but that could backfire and be taken as a “bribe.” That’s a joke…

“space company” -to- Space Company?

Space is far away. Not all that far if we think land distance 100km…St. John’s to Whitbourne. But, straight up, fighting to overcome the force of gravity… its pretty friggin’ far. So far, I have sent something roughly 1000 ft (304m). So still 99.696% of the way to go… But let’s look at our business…

World Space Week!

World Space Week is the world’s largest space event. Thousands of events kick off globally on Thursday, October 4th, which inspire students and focuses on international space cooperation. In 2017 there was over 3700 events in 80 countries. This year they are hoping to break 4000! In Canada, there seems to only be 3 events…

Rocketman

So, it’s interesting to be told by people that you are nuts, but that they still support you. I don’t know if it’s meant in the way that …you need help and I’m here for you, or if they say I’m nuts because that’s what they have to say, but then some inner child screams…

What is Federation Aerospace?

Why did this page appear on my newsfeed? What’s with the yellow triangle? Free shirt? Greetings all. My name is Craig and I have a passion for space exploration… an obsession? Yeah let’s call it an obsession. I also tend to find new hobbies and take them to the extreme, which brings us to July…

Japan lands robot rovers on Asteroid Ryugu

Japanese space agency landed two unmanned rovers on Asteroid Ryugu. The two unmanned rovers, collectively known as MINERVA-II1, seperated from the Hayabusa2 spacecraft on Saturday and landed on the asteroid. This is the first time in history that a mobile exploration robot landed on the surface of an asteroid. Asteroids are believed to give a…

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