Pythom update from the Sea of Cortez.
Apollo astronauts trained at Cocoa beach in Florida. NASA also left from there during the shuttle launches: That’s where we kicked off Don Pettit in one of the last blasts.
Now we have our own Space camp at the beach.
Our lab is mobile and expandable. We work out of tents because that's what we'll probably fly in the end. Bigelow has a couple of inflated space stations already floating in LEO.
The early Vostok, Mercury and Gemini astronauts were pilots and engineers all in one package. Like them, we run the beaches and work on our space crafts remains of the day.
Math, physics, chemistry, engineering, coding Jonathan (our HAL), modeling parts in CAD and soldering sensors.
And stay in shape, after all, it's T minus 20,000.
Software will eat Space. New electronics will miniaturize it (experience from our unsupported North Pole trek also comes handy). Meet Jonathan, our HAL.
Bigelow’s expandable “tent” space stations (originally built for him by a climber in Canada) already fly in space (two are free orbiting, one is attached to ISS). In this image prototypes of Bigelow Aerospace’s Sundancer habitat, which has an inflated volume of 180 cubic meters, at a hangar in North Las Vegas.