Frank Sietzen

  • Posted NASA: How Would You Help the Messenger Improve the Message? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: In these pages we have seen one disconnect after another on how poorly NASA sometimes produces its own message. An overwhelming majority of people have no idea what NASA does, other than Shuttle missions and the Hubble....

  • Posted NASA: How Would You Help the Messenger Improve the Message? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: In these pages we have seen one disconnect after another on how poorly NASA sometimes produces its own message. An overwhelming majority of people have no idea what NASA does, other than Shuttle missions and the Hubble....

  • Posted NASA: How Would You Help the Messenger Improve the Message? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: In these pages we have seen one disconnect after another on how poorly NASA sometimes produces its own message. An overwhelming majority of people have no idea what NASA does, other than Shuttle missions and the Hubble....

  • Posted NASA: How Would You Help the Messenger Improve the Message? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: In these pages we have seen one disconnect after another on how poorly NASA sometimes produces its own message. An overwhelming majority of people have no idea what NASA does, other than Shuttle missions and the Hubble....

  • Posted What Constitutes Space Leadership? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Of all of the recent NASA Administrators (Goldin, O'Keefe, Griffin) former Marine General Charles F. Bolden, Jr. has given the fewest public appearances of them all. Excluding college commencements and STEM talks to school children, Bolden has...

  • Posted What Constitutes Space Leadership? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Of all of the recent NASA Administrators (Goldin, O'Keefe, Griffin) former Marine General Charles F. Bolden, Jr. has given the fewest public appearances of them all. Excluding college commencements and STEM talks to school children, Bolden has...

  • Posted What Constitutes Space Leadership? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: Of all of the recent NASA Administrators (Goldin, O'Keefe, Griffin) former Marine General Charles F. Bolden, Jr. has given the fewest public appearances of them all. Excluding college commencements and STEM talks to school children, Bolden has...

  • Posted What Constitutes Space Leadership? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Of all of the recent NASA Administrators (Goldin, O'Keefe, Griffin) former Marine General Charles F. Bolden, Jr. has given the fewest public appearances of them all. Excluding college commencements and STEM talks to school children, Bolden has...

  • Posted Rocket Motors to Nowhere? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Heaven forbid that the 5-segment solid rocket motor test would have blown up - nobody in their right minds would want that. But I have to ask why on Earth is NASA proceeding to invest time and...

  • Posted Rocket Motors to Nowhere? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Heaven forbid that the 5-segment solid rocket motor test would have blown up - nobody in their right minds would want that. But I have to ask why on Earth is NASA proceeding to invest time and...

  • Posted Rocket Motors to Nowhere? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: Heaven forbid that the 5-segment solid rocket motor test would have blown up - nobody in their right minds would want that. But I have to ask why on Earth is NASA proceeding to invest time and...

  • Posted Rocket Motors to Nowhere? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Heaven forbid that the 5-segment solid rocket motor test would have blown up - nobody in their right minds would want that. But I have to ask why on Earth is NASA proceeding to invest time and...

  • Posted Should NIAC be Revived? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: One of the casualties of the tight budget squeeze at NASA was the closing in 2007 of the agencys Institute for Advanced Concepts, the closest thing for a think tank that the aging bureaucracy has had in...

  • Posted Should NIAC be Revived? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: One of the casualties of the tight budget squeeze at NASA was the closing in 2007 of the agencys Institute for Advanced Concepts, the closest thing for a think tank that the aging bureaucracy has had in...

  • Posted Should NIAC be Revived? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: One of the casualties of the tight budget squeeze at NASA was the closing in 2007 of the agencys Institute for Advanced Concepts, the closest thing for a think tank that the aging bureaucracy has had in...

  • Posted Should NIAC be Revived? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: One of the casualties of the tight budget squeeze at NASA was the closing in 2007 of the agencys Institute for Advanced Concepts, the closest thing for a think tank that the aging bureaucracy has had in...

  • Posted Would You Bring Back NGLT-or SLI? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: There was a time-back in the day when NASA funded research programs designed to develop advanced space launch technologies, which in part were to reduce the cost of space transportation. The Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT) program...

  • Posted Would You Bring Back NGLT-or SLI? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: There was a time-back in the day when NASA funded research programs designed to develop advanced space launch technologies, which in part were to reduce the cost of space transportation. The Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT) program...

  • Posted Would You Bring Back NGLT-or SLI? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: There was a time-back in the day when NASA funded research programs designed to develop advanced space launch technologies, which in part were to reduce the cost of space transportation. The Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT) program...

  • Posted Would You Bring Back NGLT-or SLI? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: There was a time-back in the day when NASA funded research programs designed to develop advanced space launch technologies, which in part were to reduce the cost of space transportation. The Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT) program...

  • Posted How Best to Access the ISS-and LEO? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: Readers, Keith has asked me to keep posting for awhile, so heres my latest query: been reading some of the ideas for a commercially-derived lifting body crewed spacecraft that would make use of the existing expendable launch...

  • Posted How Best to Access the ISS-and LEO? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, Keith has asked me to keep posting for awhile, so heres my latest query: been reading some of the ideas for a commercially-derived lifting body crewed spacecraft that would make use of the existing expendable launch...

  • Posted How Best to Access the ISS-and LEO? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, Keith has asked me to keep posting for awhile, so heres my latest query: been reading some of the ideas for a commercially-derived lifting body crewed spacecraft that would make use of the existing expendable launch...

  • Posted How Best to Access the ISS-and LEO? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, Keith has asked me to keep posting for awhile, so heres my latest query: been reading some of the ideas for a commercially-derived lifting body crewed spacecraft that would make use of the existing expendable launch...

  • Posted Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, Ive been working of late with Buzz Aldrin and his team to help prepare a series of presentations related to this summers 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. There are so many commemorations...

  • Posted Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: Readers, Ive been working of late with Buzz Aldrin and his team to help prepare a series of presentations related to this summers 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. There are so many commemorations...

  • Posted Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, Ive been working of late with Buzz Aldrin and his team to help prepare a series of presentations related to this summers 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. There are so many commemorations...

  • Posted Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, Ive been working of late with Buzz Aldrin and his team to help prepare a series of presentations related to this summers 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. There are so many commemorations...

  • Posted Why Some Say the Moon? to NASA Watch OLD

    Frank's note: Readers, in this my last exercise in gauging your ideas before Keith slips back in the saddle, I thought Id ask your views about the moon-specifically on whether or not to make it the initial focus of...

  • Posted Why Some Say the Moon? to NASA Watch

    Frank's note: Readers, in this my last exercise in gauging your ideas before Keith slips back in the saddle, I thought Id ask your views about the moon-specifically on whether or not to make it the initial focus of...


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