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.
- Still watching for the train wreck. Can NASA change enough to allow commercial space to succeed? waynehale.wordpress.com/2010/11/14/the… 3 days ago
- I went to the Opera in Houston Wednesday evening. The real life 'opera' is now playing in Washington DC. Better costumes in Houston 1 week ago
- The Houston Grand Opera production of "O Columbia" met all my expectations last night. If you can make it, the second performance is tonight 1 week ago
- It was Willie McCool's birthday today. I wonder if he'd be proud of us? 1 week ago
- houstonchronicle.com/entertainment/… Come tonight! 1 week ago
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When I worked for the government, I never really understood what industry was doing; it was all behind a curtain. They gave only glimpses of what they wanted the government to see. Those of us in the civil services always … Continue reading
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Today is the day in America that we set aside to count our blessings and give thanks for all the good that is in our lives. So I will set aside my curmudgeonly ways and ignore the future and all … Continue reading
During the summer of 2009, we were working on the history book about the Space Shuttle, ‘Wings in Orbit’. We had hired three summer interns, college students, to help with the book. Their primary assignments were to build the appendices, … Continue reading