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Things You Should Know But Don’t: A New [Un]Holy Alliance
Posted March 29, 2021 Written by admin

You may have missed the news on March 9 that China and Russia formed a new alliance. They will work together to build a research station on the Moon.  They even have a name for it – the International Lunar Research Station (ILRS). 

Second Place is No Place to Be
Posted February 8, 2021 Written by admin

Recent press reports indicate that NASA has announced it is postponing until April 30, 2021 its decision to award a contract to one of three bidders for the development of a human lunar landing system. 

Things You Should Know But Don’t: Chang’e 5
Posted January 4, 2021 Written by admin

While China has been making unprecedented progress on space travel for the past few decades, this most recent mission drives home just how far behind the US is lagging in the space race.

Things You Should Know But Don’t: Private vs. Public Sector Space Exploration
Posted October 27, 2020 Written by admin

While both the private and public sectors are active, there are pros and cons to each side.

Things You Should Know But Don’t: China’s Space Plants
Posted September 30, 2020 Written by admin

While a far cry from living years or perhaps a lifetime in space or on another planet, different nations – including China – continue to research the best ways to make other astrological bodies habitable.

China Is Winning the Space Race
Posted September 16, 2020 Written by admin

China advances are undaunted and launched more rockets into space in 2019 than any other nation in the world with plans to repeat that feat in 2020. And don’t forget China’s lead in artificial intelligence and computer learning. Put it all together and the conclusion is inescapable.

What Does a Chinese Tariff Increase Mean to IP Theft in the U.S.?
Posted April 27, 2020 Written by admin

One platform of President Trump’s campaign encouraged a shift to self-reliance with goods and services domestically manufactured in America. One […]