The Future of Space
After spending the weekend with an amazing group of people, in and around the Kennedy Space Center, I have realized how much our space program has grown over the last few years, and witnessed many new construction projects that prove this already busy space port will be extremely busy in just a few more years. From well known groups like NASA, United Launch Alliance, and Lockheed Martin, that continue to grow, to new private companies like SpaceX, Blue Origin, Relativity Space, Firefly Aerospace and Moon Express who will be shaping the future of space travel.
On the flip side, there is a history here for the people who paved the way for this. The photo of the round mound is an old launch site, and on the other side of that mound is a 90 foot hole where the debris of the Space Shuttle Challenger is buried. This history is well documented by NASA and much of it preserved to remind us how far we've come in such a short amount of time.
I'm excited about the future of space exploration in our country, and can't wait to see what the future holds.