Finally got back home and back on line. Will try to get back into the NewSpace posting groove on Tuesday but for now will simply dump a bunch of links I just came across:
People have been telling me that Project M was killed but sounds like it is still kicking: NASA Team Has Plan to Send a Robot to the Moon – NYTimes.com.
Alan Boyle provides some details on this “100 year starship” concept that Pete Worden mentioned recently: Ride a starship? Not for a century – Cosmic Log (includes a video with Worden).
John Gedmark explains what the CSF is all about: John Gedmark of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation is interviewed by Sander Olson – nextbigfuture.com.
David Livingston spoke with space entrepreneur Debra Facktor Lepore on Sunday: Debra Facktor Lepore – Thespaceshow’s Blog
Virgin took funding from a UAE investment group but I expect they would object to the claim that the point of LauncherOne was to establish “a small-satellite launch capability in the Persian Gulf area”: Technology Opens Military Space – Aviation Week
An update on the upcoming Nanosat Launcher Challenge seminar in Menlo Park: Team Phoenicia: Nanosat Launcher Challenge Seminar: Agenda Change (11/1/10).