I just got back from a two-week stint at Mars Desert Research Station near Hanksville, Utah. It is one of … Continue reading PHEnOM Gold Crew 193 at Mars Desert Research Station
I got back from the Florida Panhandle, where I had spent the previous ten days in the PHEnOM Project’s land … Continue reading PHEnOM Ground School 2 (Land Survival)
A few days ago, I got back from one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. It was the … Continue reading PHEnOM Ground School 1
Force fields are a common trope in science fiction, especially in Star Trek, which overuses it in my opinion 😉 It … Continue reading The Plasma Window
Besides academic success and good health, one of the most important “soft” traits an astronaut can have is humility. NASA … Continue reading The Importance of Humility
A week ago, I got what may be the most important email of my life. Over the last few months, … Continue reading Project PHEnOM Astronaut Training
In my previous post, I talked about what made me want to be an astronaut. Now I’ll talk about how … Continue reading Deaf Astronaut? How?