I’m a bit excited! I’ve just been a guest for the Daughters of Change podcast.
Have you ever looked up at the stars and wondered what it would be like to explore them? Today, technology and exploration have formed a captivating marriage that offers us all mind-blowing possibilities.
The Living Legends of Aviation event in LA is always star-studded. Morgan Freeman had just arrived on the red carpet and had everyone’s attention. Meanwhile, this guy was standing all alone at the cocktail party right next to me. It’s always great to catch up with Jim Lovell. #stealingtimewithatruehero#thanksMorgan
On an extraordinary four-day “camp,” I had the honor of combining a few of my passions: creating an unforgettable experience, ocean and space exploration, and connecting people.
Boundaries are created by our beliefs. They aren’t meant to keep us in, but to serve as starting points to see how much further out we can go.
This is possibly one of the coolest places in Los Angeles. It’s the home of Space Age Junk and Modern Collectibles. Serious rocketeers, NASA engineers, and Hollywood set designers come here for inspiration and surplus rocket parts.
Our task was diving to 113 feet and flying around the beautiful ancient forest that lay at the bottom of the lake. We were finishing up surveying and mapping the locations of the ancient trees. We were about two feet down when we discovered an accidental hitchhiker.
The DKM Bismarck was a ship rumored to be unsinkable, but its downfall remains a mystery. Was it the British or the crew themselves who caused its demise? Our team set out to solve this enigma. With the help of Discovery Channel as our sponsor, we embarked on a challenging expedition. We documented our findings […]
Imagine a derelict oil platform from the North Sea rescued by a Norwegian company and retrofitted into a semi-submersible, self-propelled floating launchpad that can be positioned for launch in almost any water in the world. Add rockets built by Ukrainian and Russian companies that were once designed to carry nuclear weapons, but are now perfect carriers for communications satellites.
Or when the rocket blows up and destroys a multimillion dollar communications satellite