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Commercial Space FrontiersBringing the Industry Home

By Joe BurgessPhotography by Joe Burgess and Courtsey of the Space Development FountationFor the article online at Las Cruces Magazine click hereFor a pdf of the Las Cruces Magazine click here

The development of commercial space as a viable industry for southern New Mexico is rapidly materializing. Years of behind-the-scenes efforts have resulted in large research and project funding ...


Last week I met Christine Anderson, the recently appointed Executive Director of Spaceport America. She is wonderful to talk with, excited about the challenge ahead of her, and importantly, had moved to New Mexico by choice. She chose New Mexico because of its beauty, the art community, and the western lifestyle. We were getting along pretty well as I began to recall a conversation with John Hummer's about the Sugerman ...


When I travel, it is usually for work. Right now the heavy summer travel season is winding down. Yet, the planes are full with students heading off to college. Between squeezing in the last vacation of the summer and students going to college, the planes were full and so were the airports, including the El Paso International Airport. Crowded skies will continue to be part of the travel experience, and the FAA is working to ...


By Patricia Hynes on Jun 5th, 2015
Topics: COE-CSTTopics: COE-CST, ISPCS, ISPCS, NASA, NASA, NASA, NASA, Space

The SPACE Act

The measure of a person is what they do with power. Pittacus, considered one of the Seven Wise Men of Greece, is the person to whom this quote is attributed. He considered his role as a populist governor the common man's approach to common sense law making. Popular rule, or rule by the people, has evolved since humans first started living and working cooperatively.

The Athenians in ancient Greece documented their systems of rules ...