Three months ago, I announced this personal side project here at SpaceExplored․com where I’ve been writing about NASA and all the space exploration companies making news in this decade. My goal is to capture all the milestones and accomplishments that we’ll make in the next 10 years.
The transition will happen over the next few days (woo!). The move will allow Space Explored to publish more and grow faster than ever before. I’ll also continue managing and writing at 9to5Mac so you can keep reading my Apple coverage with the great team we have there.
In the meantime, thanks to every single person who has read or shared a Space Explored story so far. My goal is to share and put the right context around information so what I’m excited about can be shared with others! Huge thanks to the boss man for making not one but two dreams possible:
And a special thanks to my colleague Michael Steeber who created the visual identity for Space Explored.
If you’re new to Space Explored, welcome! I recommend checking out these stories to start: SpaceExplored.com/Category/Featured.
The next focus will be covering the historic NASA Demo-2 mission on May 27 when SpaceX sends astronauts to space for the first time in history. The mission will also mark the return of human spaceflight to America for the first time since the Space Shuttle program was retired in 2011.
And finally, my vision for Space Explored as part of the 9to5 Network is to create a destination for anyone new to space news to feel comfortable and learn something. SO MUCH MORE TO COME.
Thanks for reading,