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I'm a journalist, technology advocate, event organizer, public speaker and activist
I'm a journalist, technology advocate, event organizer, public speaker and activist

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This Week in Space for July 28th - August 3rd
           Compiled by Matt Heimbecker Here are a few of the more noteworthy entries in the Space Library  for the week of July 28th - August 3rd: July 28, 1969 - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) engineers sent signals to Mariner VI to turn on its TV ca...

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Space Economy Now $330Bln US per Annum Says Report
          By Glen Strom After years of steady, respectable growth hovering around 7% per annum, the global space industry appears to be on the cusp of a new era of rapid expansion in both capabilities and customers. At least those are the conclusions embedd...

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The Empire Strikes Out - Canada's Defence & The Commonwealth Space Program
Part 2: Cancelling the Arrow; A Government Not Interested in Space; Sounding Rockets,  the Black Brant & Velvet Glove January 1959 CAS submission to Prime Minister Diefenbaker. By Robert Godwin The general confusion during the late 1950s about the merits of...

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Bye, Bye, Blackbridge
          By Brian Orlotti The RapidEye constallation. Image c/o BlackBridge via EO Portal . On July 15th, Lethbridge, AB. based BlackBridge Corp , owners of the RapidEye earth-imaging constellation of five satellites , was purchased by San Francisco, CA. b...

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The Empire Strikes Out - Canada's Defence & The Commonwealth Space Program
Part 1: The Beginning; How to Build a Space Program & the Canadian Astronautical Society By Robert Godwin British aircraft engineer Geoffrey de Havilland circa 1960. The general confusion during the late 1950s about the merits of missile defence led to seve...

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The Empire Strikes Out - Canada's Defence & The Commonwealth Space Program
Part 1: The Beginning; How to Build a Space Program & the Canadian Astronautical Society By Robert Godwin British aircraft engineer Geoffrey de Havilland circa 1960. The general confusion during the late 1950s about the merits of missile defence led to seve...

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This Week in Space for July 21st - July 27th
          Compiled by Matt Heimbecker The  Space Library , designed and built by the people at Burlington, Ontario based  Apogee Books , is currently in beta test but even now contains 6,656 documents and over thirty thousand pages of first generation sourc...

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This Week in Space for July 21st - July 27th
          Compiled by Matt Heimbecker The  Space Library , designed and built by the people at Burlington, Ontario based  Apogee Books , is currently in beta test but even now contains 6,656 documents and over thirty thousand pages of first generation sourc...
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