Ethanolamine, thought to be crucial to early life formation is found in a number of interstellar environments. Anton Petrov explains. (He’s on YouTube)
Beers come and go, but JP keeps truckin’ the skies. I guess his skies are the sea of sky blue waters, but that’s almost a beer of a different brand.
Narrated by Scott Manley, who seems to me to be an afficiando of modern advanced rockets and propulsion systems, especially those of our current leaders in rocket engineering and space exploration. Scott is easy to learn from.
Favorite news anchor, Dale Schnornack, narrates the journey, as the PongSats depart earth for the cosmos-like environment at the edge of space.
While JP is giving his journey to the stars Patreon supporters new perks (your name at the edge of space), and launching them toward the stars last weekend in July, many people around the world seek the peace that unlimited access to orbit would give to mama Earth, when millions would sail the seas of a vast ocean of starry nebulas, traveling from planet to planet, as wanderers among the ancient civilizations of the cosmos. Once JP gets us there (he’s one guy in his research lab and us, a few volunteer helpers), my spinships will transport our fragile beings to anywhere we choose to go. Come with us to the stars.
These wheels are difficult to steer, until you realize the leaning is different from bike riding, and the little handles are vital to turning.
Like what Pongsat students see when they send their free experiments to the top of the atmosphere.
JP’s way to share the experience. Great way to space out and fly high. One more small step to a spacefaring civilization.
This dual balloon airship safely broke the high altitude record for dirigible flight.
Want to travel to orbit and beyond, or send others to the cosmic void. Check out this book by my friend Brett Hofstadt.