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Edythe Weeks
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Data from Chandra have been used to discover 26 black hole candidates in the Milky Way's galactic neighbor, Andromeda.
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Is a Pentagon plan for a spaceship travel outside our solar system a crackpot idea, or a visionary blueprint for reaching the stars?
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SpaceX officially broke ground today (Sept. 22) on the facility, which will be located near Boca Chica Beach, at the far southern tip of the Lone Star State. The spaceport should be operational by 2016.
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NGC 3923 is an example of a shell galaxy where the stars in its halo are arranged in layers.
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Earthbound tourists can now taste the excitement of space travel at Spaceport America in New Mexico without leaving the ground.
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Following a May 7 meeting between the Space Tourism Society Malaysia Chapter and the Selangor State Development Corporation, the location of Spaceport Malaysia has been settled: Malacca. The selected site now houses Malacca Space Center and Malacca Airport. The space center comprises a university slated to have a  zero gravity laboratory, a space theme park, a... Read more →
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Occupation
Professor of Outer Space Development and International Relations
Skills
Public Speaking, Developing and Teaching Online and Face to Face Courses, Delivering Workshops, Round Tables, Brown Bags and Colloquium Talks, Speaking to Children, Studies, Everyday People, Professors, Experts and Professionals
Employment
  • Webster University
    Adjunct Full Professor
  • Washington University
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Northern Arizona University
    Faculty
Story
Tagline
Visualizing a world where every person can make a name for themselves contributing to outer space development
Introduction

I've always wanted to be a professor, international scholar and author. I waited until late in life to pursue these dreams. Now I teach for 3 universities - Webster University Worldwide, Washington University and Northern Arizona University. I'm currently traveling around telling people about outer space development (Washington, DC, Beijing, Houston, St. Louis, Little Rock, Los Angles, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec...)

Link to Cambridge Scholars Publishing:
http://www.cambridgescholars.com/outer-space-development-international-relations-and-space-law-16

I've been blending insights from critical theory and the critique of colonization and development scenarios with an eye towards contributing to future global equality. I believe that outer space will soon be development and everyone can play a role in the new opportunities arising with the newer intelligent space telescopes locating exoplanets and new star systems, asteroid mining operations, humankind will soon enter a true space age. Newly constructed spaceports, advanced stages of space travel (private spaceships and starships) space mining, space law and space habitation architecture are all indicators that a SciFi reality is soon to come.

So far, libraries and universities in Armenia, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Australia, China,  Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia,  New Zealand,  Virgin Islands, British, Thailand, India,  Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Israel, South Africa, Namibia, Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Russia, Italy, Slovenia, Serbia, Finland, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, Scotland, Guyana, Ireland, Canada and Mexico have obtained copies of the book. Libraries and universities in a wide variety of states in the US have also obtained a copy of this important book. http://www.worldcat.org/title/outer-space-development-international-relations-and-space-law-a-method-for-elucidating-seeds/oclc/830167722&referer=brief_results


The Hague’s Librarian’s Choice Website Listing:
http://www.peacepalacelibrary.nl/research-guides/special-topics/space-law

Recent co-authored published article - Acta Astronautica
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S009457651300386X

Bragging rights
On September 17, 2014, I performed lecture in French on New Trends, Outer Space Development and Future Careers for Software Engineers, de l' Université Laval, Pavillon Adrien-Pouliot, Québec City, Canada
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