Space Explored’s Seth Kurkowski and Derek Wise discuss SpaceX’s new droneship locations. As Of Course I Still Love You arrives in California and A Shortfall of Gravitas arrives in Florida. Long-time astronaut Doug Hurley retires from the astronaut corp and they try to answer the question of what to call Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson.
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Derek Wise @derekiswise
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- Opinion: Blue Origin needs to stop their childish Kármán Line argument
- Virgin Galactic announces sweepstakes for a trip to space
- SpaceX’s west coast droneship arrives at Port Long Beach
- What it was like for SpaceX’s fairing catchers after a rocket launch [Video]
- A look back at Doug Hurley’s 21-year career as a NASA Astronaut
- Blue Origin announces 4th crewmember to join NS-16, an 18 year old
- How to watch Blue Origin fly Jeff Bezos to space, and where you can’t
- SpaceX Droneship ‘A Shortfall of Gravitas’ Arrival [Gallery]
- Space Shuttle Close Out Crew leader’s suit placed on display at Smithsonian
- SpaceX DM-2 spacesuits on display at Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Complex for a limited time
- Elon Musk reportedly buys ticket on Virgin Galactic flight
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