Posts backlog to the future

Dear ‘Astronaut for Hire’ blog readers:

Some of you may have noticed that I have not published a new post in quite some time. My current priorities prevent me from blogging as much as I would like, but I assure you I am still alive and well. When I am able, I will complete several posts from the past year. Here’s a sneak peak at the topics:

  • Returning to Earth after life at sea aboard the Falkor (June 2014)
  • NASA Exploration Science Forum (July 2014)
  • Spartan Trifecta (Sprint, Super, Beast) races (August 2014)
  • NOLS training expedition with HI-SEAS and the 2013 NASA ASCAN class (September 2014)
  • HI-SEAS crewmember geology training (October 2014)
  • Orbital Sciences and Virgin Galactic crashes (November 2014)
  • Next Giant Leap Conference (November 2014)
  • AGU Conference (December 2014)
  • ISU vs. UND showdown revisited - guest post (January 2015)
  • Balancing family, work, school, and life (March 2015)
  • HAARP Earthquake and Tsunami teaching (April 2015)
  • InSight Science Team Meeting (May 2015)
  • Camping Hawaii style (June 2015)
  • training for my first ultra marathon (June 2015)
  • Solar Impulse 2 plane in Hawaii (July 2015)
  • Pluto on my birthday (July 2015)
  • NASA Exploration Science Forum (July 2015)
  • HI-SEAS crewmember geology training (August 2015)
  • Spartan Ultra Beast race (August 2015)

I can't promise that all of these will see the light of day, but I'll do my best to post the most interesting ones.

You may also be wondering what happened to this blog’s former Mars-like design. The theme that I was using had some issues that weren’t easy to solve quickly, so it was simplest for me to just replace it with a more standard theme. I know it’s not very spacey or unique, but it will have to do for now. I have plans to eventually migrate this entire site from Blogger to Wordpress and incorporate a new design, but that’s way down on my priority list at the moment.



It would be more than very good if you'll do really post all that articles, cause they are really interesting to read. I wish you a little bit more free time to write in your blog)

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