How Much Space is in Space?

By Frank White (c) Copyright, Frank White, 2022, All Rights Reserved Summary This article argues that human technological civilization has exceeded the “carrying capacity” of

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Glen De Vries

We Lost an Astronaut Last Week: A Tribute to Glen De Vries

The space community is still processing the loss of one of our newest astronauts, Glen de Vries. I have to admit that I am still absorbing what has happened.
As fate would have it, I interviewed Glen at 8 am on Friday, November 12 for the next edition of my book. It was at 3 pm that same day that his plane crashed, killing him and one other person.

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Bob Krone

A Tribute to Bob Krone

Bob Krone had a number of successful careers, including the Air Force, in which he reached the rank of Colonel, and as an educator who mentored numerous graduate students in a number of institutions. He was instrumental in the founding of the Kepler Space Institute, and served as its president until he died on September 15, 2021, at the age of 91. He also helped launch the Journal of Space Philosophy. Bob regularly attended the Overview Round Table, a weekly gathering sponsored by the Human Space Program. The following is a tribute to him that I wrote for his family’s memorial service

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