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 me. I have to pinch myself a few times a day to make sure I'm not dreaming. This position will open up doors I never knew were there. The connections I'll make will be priceless for my future, whether its at Lockheed Martin or where ever life takes me. Again, I am incredibly thankful for everyone's support, my journey to reach my dreams is long and I wouldn't be able to accomplish any of my goals without the loving support of everyone. I also have to thank my family, especially my mom, dad, and brother. They support me with love and encouragement to go out and achieve my goals, because making them proud is what makes me proud. Also, all of my professors who have challenged me to become a better engineer, scientist, and more importantly, a better person who longs for success and the spirit of sharing knowledge and excitement to every individual who occupies spaceship Earth.

So again, from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU to everyone. When the semester wraps up, I'll have a period of around 3 weeks to be more active online. I'll post some more (more rocket stuff because of upcoming launches), periscope about stuff, and hopefully share more and more stuff about space, science, and rockets (and planes too!).

Also, I hope to fly... because I haven't flown in a LONG time.

- Marco


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