I’m an explorer – Come join me.
I’ve had an insatiable curiosity about the world since I was young.
I ask questions. I read. I research. I observe. I feel.
When something strikes my fancy, I try to learn more. To engage. To bridge. To absorb. To become.
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Two days ago (20 June 2022), I spoke in front of an audience at the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum on the legacy of Onizuka Air Force Base/Station. I spoke to a mixed audience of interested community members, Society officers, and former Blue Cube workers for about an hour, and had a lengthy Q&A session afterwards.Continue reading “Onizuka AFS/AFB Talk at Sunnyvale Historical Society”
My newest article is now posted on The Space Review: National Reconnaissance Program crisis photography concepts, part 1: A six-pack of Corona. At first glance, this reminded me of a KH-9 Hexagon satellite or an early concept of one. At the time this Six-Pack Corona was proposed, Hexagon was well on its way to beingContinue reading “A Six-pack of Corona (film buckets)”
In case you were wondering about the recent posts about space history and California, I’m scheduled to head to Sunnyvale in June to give a talk about Sunnyvale Air Force Station (aka Onizuka Air Force Base, the “Blue Cube”). I’ve been looking back at the historic material on the base and its operations to refreshContinue reading “Memory Musings: The 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake”
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