July 28, 2019

A SpaceX rocket test at their beach-front Texas spaceport started brush fires that spread over the next 12 hours into the Las Palomas Wildlife Management Refuge. This incident follows two extremely large unplanned fires during earlier tests in the past 10 days. In the first incident, a huge fireball flew out of the rocket’s bottom. Then, just as the test began on June 25, massive flames poured out of the rocket. The attached...

July 28, 2019

A response to General Dickman’s Letter that was published in the Jacksonville Times-Union: Spaceport Camden launch would be safe and quick

https://www.jacksonville.com/opinion/20190727/saturday-letters-views-on-border-detention-centers-trump-and-more

Dear Editor,

We have a few questions for General Dickman about his Letter to this Editor supporting Spaceport Camden.

Of all people, General Dickman should know that Canaveral’s perf...

July 17, 2019

Last night, SpaceX had another “anomaly” at their Boca Chica, Texas spaceport. Most of us don’t use the word ‘anomaly’ when we see an explosion. We don’t call them Fourth of July ‘anomalies.’ But in the commercial space business, and at the FAA, straight talk reveals too much.

Last night at SpaceX Boca Chica Spaceport:

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As far as rocket explosions go, this one was a baby. Moments after a rocket engine test ended, e...

July 10, 2019

Spaceport Camden promoters recently posted a bizarre cartoon.

SPACEPORT nedmaC

“nedmaC” is Camden spelled backward, just like in Superman’s Bizarro World where everything is the exact opposite of normal. Up is down, first is last, good is bad, wrong is right, logical is illogical, giving is taking, and insanity is sane in Bizarro Camden. It's a place where county commissioners know better than eagles where to build eagle nests,...

July 3, 2019

Launches from Spaceport Camden will occur OVER civilian population and private property located just 4 to 10 miles near-downrange. Blue Dots on Camden County's map below are private homes located in the Launch Hazard Areas for a 100 degree trajectory. The OEZ is shown smaller than for any rocket the FAA has previously licensed.

The FAA, Air Force, and NASA have never allowed such risky launches. There are no trajectories that...

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