Showing posts from April, 2016



So as promised, I'm giving everyone an update since the last time we 'spoke'. The last post I made was on the Falcon 9 landing on a drone ship, before then, the Falcon 9 landing on land. So it's actually been a long time.

So things have been going at warp speed. I can't believe it's already mid-April. My spring semester has been absolutely brutal. Definitely the most difficult semester of college I've ever had, however, the end is near. Actually, finals are less than two weeks away which is terrifying and exciting at the same time. While the time for the past 4 months has been spent primarily on school, I have been working towards a few other things and I've sort of made it public a couple weeks ago, but I think it is time to announce it.

This summer, I've accepted a position at Lockheed Martin to work on the JSF F-35 project. I cannot disclose my full position due to its ties with the military though just know its incredibly exciting for m…

The key to Space Sustainability

Hello everyone! Sorry it's been a huge gap since the last time I updated this thing. Life has been pretty hectic and there's quite a lot to share, but my personal stuff can wait because yet again, innovation has struck and the world is becoming a better place as a result.

I'm going to try to keep this post manageable but obviously you all know (YOU SHOULD KNOW) that SpaceX landed Falcon 9 v1.2 on a drone ship this afternoon. It's the second overall landing of a Falcon 9, however, it's the first landing on a drone. SpaceX has tried numerous times to land on a drone ship and all have ended spectacularly in a ball of fire... But with failure comes success. You see, engineers don't give up. Even though we may attempt to do the impossible, one of these times we'll figure out a way and this afternoon, the incredible launch operations and recovery team at SpaceX proved to all of us their true capabilities.

Now, to talk a little about sustainability. You and I know…