There has been a lot of talk about the failed mission for Rocket Lab – but as they say “onward and upward!”.
Additionally, why couldn’t they have come up with a more imaginative name?
Elon Musk isn’t the best public speaker in the world and sometime he finds it very difficult to get the words from his head and out of his mouth before he his thinking about the next thing to say (which actually is exactly what I have a problem with).
However, in this video Elon explains rocket science in such a simple way that even the average person can start to understand some basics.
Rocket Science 101!
NASA have bought back the worm logo! Its the future.
NASA, with some much-needed good news:
Enter a cleaner, sleeker design born of the Federal Design Improvement Program and officially introduced in 1975. It featured a simple, red unique type style of the word NASA. The world knew it as “the worm.” Created by the firm of Danne & Blackburn, the logo was honored in 1984 by President Reagan for its simplistic, yet innovative design.
NASA was able to thrive with multiple graphic designs. There was a place for both the meatball and the worm. However, in 1992, the 1970s brand was retired – except on clothing and other souvenir items – in favor of the original late 1950s graphic.