IndependenceThis blog represents the personal opinions of Wayne Hale only. It does not represent the opinions of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or Special Aerospace Services, or their clients.
- RT @aiaahou: 11/15, 6pm, College Station: AIAA Houston hosts Mr. Wayne Hale in “Where Are We Going in Space?” aiaahouston.org/event/aiaa-hou… 3 days ago
- #dotydowntheaisle https://t.co/AHbWVNllQ0 4 days ago
- Taking the late flight to Washington DC where I will have almost 20 hours to straighten things out. Piece of cake! 1 week ago
- Today: trying to make oil well drilling as safe as rocket launch. Tomorrow; trying to make rocket launch as safe as oil well drilling. 1 week ago
- The workshop will be held in the Ballroom Salon C, JW Marriott Houston, 5150 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX, 77056. Starts at 7:30 AM. 2/2 1 week ago
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