November 20, 2019
In our last newsletter, we mentioned how private US rocket companies are racing to be the first to fly an American astronaut to the ISS, but when it comes to total orbital launches, the US is competing for runner-up. Scroll down to see how we’re faring against China and Russia in the three-way competition that bodes well for innovation in aerospace technology.
Tomorrow (November 21st), you can find me in Chicago for Rockwell Automation's "Automation Fair" where I'll be covering the future of learning and work. Check out Rockwell's Facebook or YouTube page for live streaming video of the conversation.
And stay tuned to our blog for the latest happenings in aerospace, engineering and hiring. We’ll see you in a fortnight.
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Today’s roundup was written by Lawren Henderson with contributions from Kim Taylor and Justin Parker in Los Angeles.
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Los Angeles Convention Center
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Assembling Saturn rockets at the Michoud Assembly Facility. New Orleans. 1961
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