Answer basic space flight questions, research info on specific space flights. Answer questions on astronomy
Amateur astronomer and avid astronomy/space flight fan for 31 years.
Official NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador for Arkansas and Missouri (one of about 300 nationwide). (http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/ambassador/profiles/Kenneth_Renshaw.htm)
Numerous local and area newspapers.
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Designing spacecraft so they will escape orbit when commanded to (keep a storage of fuel) or fall from orbit at such an angle that debris burns up thoroughly and lands in the ocean. Getting rid of debris
Hi, thanks for writing! Space debris is a real hazard. Flights need to be designed so that they do not leave debris in earth orbit (other areas outside earth orbit are so huge that it is not likely a
Hi, thanks for writing. Space junk is a real problem. Although we are doing a lot toward detecting it, I feel we need to do more to prevent this danger to our satellites and astronauts, returning dangerous
Hi, Lee, thanks for writing. Personally, I think that it would be difficult technology to travel between stars, as you said. Those distances are unbelievable. On the other hand, a lot of things go on
Hi, thanks for writing! My opinion is that, with over a billion trillion stars in the universe, God surely put life on a planet around more than just one of those stars (the Sun). There is possible primitive