Every Single Satellite Orbiting The Earth - Until Tonight. Air Force sending 29 satellites into space at once. Wondering where they will put them... Look to the heavens along the East Coast on Tuesday night, and you might be able to see the Air Force blast 29 satellites into orbit at once. The 29 satellites, the most ever launched at one time, will be aboard a single Minotaur I rocket scheduled to lift off from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia at 7:30 p.m. They include the main payload, the Air Force's Space Test Program Satellite-3, and 28 tiny satellites called CubeSats.
I loved meeting Charles Chase from Lockheed Skunk Works because he wants to change the world and he has a plan. His dream is about building a compact fusion reactor (that would fit it on the back of a truck) which is capable of generating 100MW of electricity - enough to power a small city. Charles thinks he could have a prototype in 5 years and a fully engineered plant in 10 years. This would be capable of meeting all electricity demands globally by 2050. All with virtually zero emissions. An exciting example of how 10X thinking could make the world a better place.