Blog during last bits of the Team summit
The Team summit is nearly over, we still have a few presentations of the prefared partners to do, plus the very interesting session on Science on the GLXP spacecrafts.
The most exiting was the Space X presentation and video about the Dragon Mission, and as will be known, it docked successfully with the ISS, and with sucessful reentry and splashed down at 11.42 EDT on line in the room!
Interesting, Space X currently has 1800 employees.
The Rob Kelso talked to us about communication solutions to the moon, in mixed Govermental and Private Networks support. It was clear that frequency allocation is currently a difficult aspects, and it confirmed our decision to go on a open radio amateur frequency. It is clear we soon have to work more in this area.
The Clive Neal talked to us about the Science on the moon.
During this morning, I also had a chat to one of the other teams, who are developing an launch capabilities
A sad news was that even though SETI is back on line, it does not have a long term funding, and it is therefore not sure they will continue to be able to support GLXP.
Due to travel arrangements, I will unfortunately miss Rob´s talk on "What I´d be thinking about if I were you" during lunch!