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  • Are Commercial Satellite/Space Markets Fading?

    Stratolaunch Systems

    Why go into space for commercial reasons?  It might have been clear from 1956 to 1969, however today many are skeptical and question the economic drivers?  So far all the satellite and robotic probes have shown no other civilization exist in this Galaxy except planet Earth.

  • GMCStream TV - Sensors Expo San Jose - June 2017 - Dr. Selhke

    Dr.Alexander Sehlke, NASA Ames Research Center Volcanoes have fascinated Dr. Alexander Sehlke since his childhood. He started studying Geosciences at the Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany in 2005. In 2011, Alexander began his doctoral studies at the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Missouri – Columbia, and received his PhD in 2015. He studied the rheological evolution of terrestrial and planetary basalts during cooling and crystallization, experimentally. Alexander started his NASA post-doctoral fellowship at NASA Ames in February 2016, and focuses on the lavas erupted at the Craters of the Moon, Idaho. He is particularly interested in the thermo-physical properties of the rocks, and how these properties change within a lava flow that ultimately leads to different flow morphologies, and how these morphologies and rock properties appear in and can be linked to remote sense-based studies. Developing for Future Human Spaceflight to Mars 2030
  • SpaceX again outplays Lockheed for billion dollar ISS Cargo Shipments

    NASA-The National Aeronautics and Space Administration made a decision in secret to eliminate Lockheed Martin (LM) from the $14 billion contract for the NASA space project. This is the third major multibillion dollar contract that LM has lost in the last three months and is a major blow to its investment in robotic vehicles, reusable space tugs and in-orbit refueling capabilities for deep space manned and unmanned missions.

  • Twin Missions-12 Months aboard the ISS and How Space Affects Genetic Twins

    NASA announced that “Expedition 43 Soyuz Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer Mikhail Kornienko of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) and NASA Flight Engineer Scott Kelly launched on the Russian Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft on March 28, Kazakh time from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to begin a six-hour journey to the International Space Station. For Kelly and Kornienko, the launch began a one-year mission on the station to conduct extensive research on the effect of long duration space travel on the human body.”  

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GMCStream is an American Internet media company based in Mountain View, California. The company is a social media news and information company with a directed focus on digital broadband media. GMCStream researches, analyzes, and highlights MILCOMM problems and solutions that may affect Global National Security. GMCStream was founded by Richard Kusiolek, an expert in Satellite Communications, cyber security, defense, and aerospace with private sector experience and expertise in international business development and strategy, particularly in China, Japan, and Eastern Europe. The company is growing organically into a specialized niche media and technology company providing streaming video coverage on a variety of topics including politics, space and missile systems, cyber-warfare, defense networks. STEM career webinars, and planet exploration.

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