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Space Junk – An Overlooked Resource and Business Opportunity

Orbital debris is a growing problem and poses a serious hazard to astronauts, satellites and future space missions. It is estimated that more than 100 million pieces of space junk (6800 tons) are currently in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) traveling … Continue reading

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Overview

I was born in the Orion arm of the spiral galaxy we call the Milky Way, on a blue and white planet orbiting a G-type main-sequence (yellow dwarf) star. I am one of a species of seven and a half … Continue reading

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Why Humans?

There is no question that for the long term preservation of the human species it is necessary that we develop interstellar space travel. But what is the importance of preserving the human race? Why are humans so special? Is the … Continue reading

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The Microbots of Tau Ceti f

An Elaboration of the Technology in Everett’s Awakening “I think the world is going to be saved by millions of small things.” Pete Seeger Like a tree dropping many thousands of seeds every fall in expectation that one may sprout, … Continue reading

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