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In Redmond, scientists are focused on creating fusion. Someday, their work may help send humans to Mars on a nuclear-fusion-driven rocket. Andy Nystrom

It’s not rocket science for a boss to pursue employees who are intelligent, dedicated and stimulated about whatever important project is on the table. In the case of MSNW President John Slough and his research team, rocket science is exactly what’s transpiring within the walls of their Redmond office and a few blocks away at the University of Washington Plasma Dynamics Lab. When he arrives, Slough unleashes a hearty laugh and notes that the lab is situated next door to an outdoor adventure center business that specializes in kayaks. Some of those kayaks and their rowers cruise along the water at a leisurely pace or aggressively hit the rapids. Slough is focused on a journey of another kind: space travel at a blistering speed. If all goes according to his plan, humans could someday embark on an epic trek — bolting toward Mars at about 112,000 mph thanks to the components his team is building for a nuclear-fusiondriven rocket. “When John won this project for the fusion-driven rocket, I was not hired on yet on the team,” begins mission analyst Anthony Pancotti, 33. “So I went into ng Session! John’s office and sat down with him and said, ‘You have to put me on the fusiondriven rocket. I want to be doing this

Top, A concept image of a spacecraft powered by a fusion-driven rocket. In this image, the crew would be in the forward-most chamber. Solar panels on the sides would collect energy to initiate the process that creates fusion. (Courtesy of MSNW/University of Washington) Bottom, Lead scientist John Slough, 60, stands in the University of Washington Plasma Dynamics Lab in Redmond where he and his crew are conducting fusion experiments. Pictured are blue high-voltage capacitors and a massive magnet. (ANDY NYSTROM, Redmond Reporter) project. This is extremely exciting, this can change the way humanity goes about on space travel.’” As Pancotti finishes, his eyes are ablaze with bliss and his body emanates a slight

energetic shake. Nearby, propulsion lead scientist David Kirtley grins, laughs and is in full agreement with his research partner’s reaction to the rocket project. [ more rocket page 7 ]


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The City of Redmond currently has a population of about 55,000 but it stands to add about 24,000 more residents as the region continues to grow and develop. Redmond Mayor John Marchione discussed how the city plans to address this growth and other topics during his annual State of the City address on Thursday at OneRedmond’s monthly investors’ luncheon. He said the city will be focusing this growth in Redmond’s two urban centers: downtown and Overlake. “This is an answer to stopping sprawl,” Marchione said about maintaining the density to these two neighborhoods. “Two urban centers is how we’re going to manage our growth.” To do this, most new development in the two neighborhoods will be multi-use buildings, usually with commercial space on the ground floor and residential space above. To prepare for this growth, the mayor said the city has or is installing the infrastructure — such as centralized stormwater collection systems — to support it. In areas where development is still in the planning stages, the city has created plans that make room for various services and amenities such as light rail in Overlake. Marchione said by having plans to accommodate for these things, the city will be ready for it instead of having to catch up when the time comes. “We’re building from underground, up,” he said. Marchione said in addition to having the infrastructure to prepare for the growth, the city is also working to offer a variety of housing in order to bring in a variety of residents. “We want Redmond to be a place you can live all your life,” he said. Marchione also touched on the city’s progress on converting Redmond Way and Cleveland Street in downtown into twoway streets. He said the conversion from

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City and Bike Park appellants reach settlement agreement On April 16, Redmond City Council is scheduled to vote to approve a settlement agreement between an appellant group of Redmond residents and the City of Redmond regarding the Redmond Bike Park. Council’s approval will authorize Mayor John Marchione to sign the

a piece of public property adjacent to Hartman Park on Education Hill, began in May 2009 and the Parks and Recreation Department submitted permits and final design documentation to the Planning Department for approval to begin construction two years ago. In May 2011, a group of concerned neighbors ap-

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Jeff Churchill, a senior He said the open house planner for the city, said the will address both longopen house will term issues feature feedback “Now is the time for such as bringing they have gathpeople to weigh in.” light rail to the ered from the neighborhood as Jeff Churchill, City of community since Redmond senior planner well as mainthen. Members taining certain of a citizen advicharacteristics sory committee within the (CAC) will be neighborhood in attendance to share all such as keeping Southeast they’ve compiled so far on Redmond a desirable and issues concerning transpor- attractive neighborhood. tation, the environment, “Now is the time for peoland use, housing, econom- ple to weigh in,” Churchill ic development, community said. gathering and parks and After the open house, recreation in Southeast Churchill said the CAC Redmond. will debrief on April 24, In addition, attendees discuss what they heard at will also be able to comthe open house and refine ment and provide feedback. things as needed. Once “The goal is really to hear that is done, the CAC will from the community (and develop alternative futures ask), ‘Is this on the right for Southeast Redmond track? What are we missbased on the community ing? Is this the direction we feedback. Churchill said want the neighborhood to [ more neighbors page 8 ] be going?’” Churchill said.

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From Jan. 1 to March 27, there were 42 residential burglaries in Redmond. The previous threeyear, year-to-date average is 21. The majority of the current burglaries have occurred in the Education Hill and Grass Lawn districts with 20 and 14, respectively. A little more than half of these occurred during the daytime and six occurred overnight, with the rest unable to be determined — for instance if someone was on vacation. The usual items targeted included computers and laptops, jewelry, small electronics (iPods, video games, cell phones, cameras, etc.), credit, debit and gift cards, televisions and guns. “They are normally knocking on doors before breaking in and some have a ‘lookout’ who is outside on a cell phone,” said Redmond Police Department (RPD) spokesperson Jim Bove. The most common methods of entry were: • Unlocked (no signs of forced entry) windows and doors — 14 • Window and sliding glass door smashes — nine • Door forced/kicked open — five • Window pried open — four • Open garage door —

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three “Especially with school breaks, vacations and warm weather (hopefully) on its way, we cannot reiterate enough to lock your windows and doors, especially when you aren’t home — second and third floors, too (especially if you have a ladder outside),” Bove said. Bove offered three ways to help deter burglars: 1. Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) — many of the places burglarized fall into this category; many have high trees, bushes or fences that can hide the burglars. To learn more, visit www. ty/Police/tips/CPTED. 2. There are several things (including CPTED) that can be done to improve home and business safety, but one thing to point out is the security film that can be put on windows making it very difficult for someone to break in (yet easy to kick out from the indoors if there is a fire). For more information, visit PublicSafety/Police/tips/ NeighborhoodWatch and then click on the “Be Safe” brochure. 3. Neighborhood watch — this immediately multiplies the number of eyes looking out for your home or business safety. More information is available at the above link, as well. This will also help you get out, meet your neighbors (businesses and residents), know who they are, know who belongs around your property and who doesn’t belong.

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agreement, which has already been signed by the appellants and is the result of settlement discussions that began in late 2012 and early 2013 between the two parties. Carolyn Hope, park planning and cultural services manager for the City of Redmond, said planning and designing for Redmond Bike Park, located on

pealed the project. Hope said the neighbors were concerned that the bike park would be built too close to the nearby wetlands and houses. They were also concerned about the noise and traffic the park could add to the area and the possibility of injuries. Another concern was the size of the facility. Hope said with the newly proposed plan, the park has not shrunk much but they have shifted the park away from the southeast corner and eastern side of the site, away from the wetlands. When the neighbors

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April 12, 2013 [3] CRIME

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Police Blotter The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Redmond Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Redmond, which gets more than 500 calls (emergency and nonemergency) per week.

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Wednesday, April 10 Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to a vehicle prowl report at 3:23 p.m. from a business in the 7900 block of 178th Place Northeast downtown. There are no suspects at this time. Shoplifting: A female was arrested for shoplifting at 12:54 p.m. from a grocery store in the 8800 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. Located missing person: At 12:52 p.m., Redmond police responded to a call of suspicious activity in a parking lot in the 17600 block of Northeast 76th Street downtown. Motorcycle theft: At 10:03 a.m., Redmond police responded to a motorcycle theft that occurred within the past week in the 16300 block of Northeast 83rd Street downtown.

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Vandalism: A subject vandalized a police vehicle in the 8700 block of 160th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill at 1:29 a.m.

a fraud attempt in the 16000 block of Northeast 97th Street on Education Hill at 2:57 p.m.

Tuesday, April 9

Theft: Redmond police responded to a theft of a cell phone from a bus stop on Northeast 40th Street and Street Route 520 at 12:44 p.m.

Vehicle prowls: Redmond police investigated three car prowls. The first occurred at 10:39 a.m. downtown. An electronic device was taken. The second occurred at 11:06 a.m. at the Redmond Watershed Park. Nothing was taken. The third prowl occurred at 9:29 p.m. downtown A bag containing a blanket and personal products was taken and later located. Shoplifting: A male subject will be charged through investigation for theft from a business in the 7400 block of 166th Avenue Northeast downtown. Suspicious person: A subject was contacted at 1:42 a.m. for sleeping in a park in the 7800 block of 168th Avenue Northeast downtown during restricted hours. Agency assistance: At 12:14 a.m., Mercer Island requested K-9 assistance to track a suspect fleeing from officers. Vader tracked and located the suspect.

Monday, April 8 DUI: At 11:10 p.m., Redmond police arrested a Redmond male for driving under the influence of marijuana in the 16100 block of Redmond Way downtown. Burglaries: Redmond police responded to two burglaries. The first occurred over the weekend. The Education Hill house was under construction at the time. The second residential burglary came from Grass Lawn and occurred between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Fraud: Redmond police responded to

Sunday, April 7 Assault: Redmond police responded to a report of an assault between a male and female in the 9300 block of Avondale Road on Education Hill at 6:51 p.m. The male party has a history of assault in the second degree for previous domestic violence incidents. Grand theft auto: At 3:40 p.m., Redmond police investigated a theft of a motor vehicle which contained a loaded handgun from the 8100 block 149th Place Northeast in Grass Lawn.

Saturday, April 6 DUI: At 10:17 p.m., Redmond resident was arrested for driving under the influence at 180th Avenue Notheast and 179th Place Northeast on Education Hill. Vehicle prowl: Officers responded to two vehicle prowl reports at 3 p.m. from the 7000 block of 148th Avenue Northeast in Grass Lawn. Assault: A male subject was assaulted outside of a coffee store in the 15000 block of Northeast 24th Street in Overlake at 11:08 a.m. The male suspect was unable to be located. Burglary: Redmond police responded to a residential burglary report from the 9300 block of Avondale Road on Education Hill at 12:51 a.m.

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Court did its job, Legislature should, too We see some conservatives in our state are upset over what they see as “activism” by the state Supreme Court. Specifically, they’re peeved the court has ordered the Legislature to spend more money on education. At the same time, they’re upset the court has ruled that it only takes a simple majority for the Legislature to increase taxes. Spending and collecting money, these lawmakers say, is the job of the Legislature. Well, yes — and no. Conservatives are correct that justices don’t write budgets or set tax rates. But it’s incorrect to say the courts don’t have a voice in making sure these functions are legally done. Yes, the high court has told lawmakers the state needs to spend more money on education. But that’s because our state constitution says education is the “paramount duty” of the state. It’s hard to make the case the state is really doing that when the percent of the state budget spent on education goes down and down each year. Lawmakers could simply take sufficient money from other state programs and give it to schools to satisfy the judges. Of course, that wouldn’t leave much money to carry out other state functions, but, hey, the judges didn’t say

the task would be easy. Which brings up the second issue: the need for only a simple majority to do so. The high court weighed in on the issue when a lawsuit was brought challenging the requirement that raising taxes takes a two-thirds vote of the Legislature. The judges said, according to the state constitution, that’s not so; it only takes

a simple majority. Some people might not like that, but in both cases, the judges were just doing their job — interpreting the state constitution. The Legislature now should do it’s job and fix the problem.

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In a heartless and misinformed rant (“Who needs a post office?,” April 5 Reporter) Chris Starling reveals a profound ignorance of American post offices. For more than two centuries, they have provided critically important services everywhere, as well as a necessary social hub for small-town America. Millions of us don’t share his scorn for an institution both valued and historic. But let’s put emotions aside. For Starling, electronic payments and his apparent pride in neither writing nor receiving letters justifies ending the post office. Elderly America, including my parents, will not emulate him. In their few years left, they will not make electronic payments. They don’t get it. Importantly, they don’t trust them. They still write and receive letters. Seniors need the post office. Rural America, with vast areas lacking this region’s high-speed networks, needs the post office. Poor America, where home computing is an expensive dream and public networks unsuitable for personal finance, needs the post office. The anti-government zealots are full of easy answers, yet empty of understanding and compassion. Starling’s sarcastic disdain for an inconvenient (for him) Constitutional duty of Congress “To establish Post Offices and Post Roads” (Article 1, Section 8) reveals the unwillingness of the anti-government crowd to comprehend the background and value of federal government services.

Jeff Hickey, Redmond

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I just read the comic, “We give our preschool children drugs...” on page four of your April 5 edition. I would like to say I found it totally offensive and misguided. When it comes to giving our children medication, these are not decisions parents or their doctors take lightly.

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Sammamish communities. To this day, I’m still amazed at the overwhelming support the local community offered to my brother, Steve, and his family during Trevor’s illness. I hope this story inspires hope and continues to bring in funds to end leukemia.

Carolynn Takacs, Redmond

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Students talk global warming

A new frontier: A sustainable plan for state’s stormwater

Today we are talking about global warming and how it affects people. You may be thinking, “What is global warming?” Global warming is where carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases go to the atmosphere, group together and make more heat bounce back to Earth than going out of the atmosphere. That’s the problem. It’s really supposed to be the other way. Think about it. Do you affect it, too? Eight suggestions to stop global warming are: 1. Turn off lights. 2. Don’t waste water. 3. Change your light bulbs to Energy Star light bulbs. 4. Only drive if it is necessary. 5. Only throw away things that cannot be recycled or reused. 6. If you’re cold, don’t turn up the heat. Instead, put on more layers. 7. If you wear out clothes, don’t throw them away. Instead, donate them to a place where they reuse old clothing. 8. If you get plastic bags while shopping, reuse them. Together, we can reduce our impact on our planet. What simple changes can you make in YOUR life?

Joanna G., Megan G. and Kay W., Ben Franklin Elementary School second- and third-graders

Thanks for Trevor story Thank you for the story and for keeping Trevor Price’s memory alive in the Redmond/

This letter was drafted in a meeting of our coaches whereby we focused on how to best benefit our local community. We attended Environmental Lobby Day in Olympia on Feb. 19 and were moved by Gov. Inslee’s speech on the rotunda that afternoon. We intend to educate the public on the needs of the commons and how to plan to meet these needs sustainably. This letter is another step along this path. Protecting the Salish Sea, and all waters of this great state, has been to date a hodge-podge of legislative band-aids that need to be sunsetted in favor of a much more sustainable plan to protect our waters. Currently, stormwater is being processed through a number of sewage systems in an effort to share costs and work with the pollutants prior to their reaching the ocean. The problem is each storm overcomes each facility with stormwaters so to protect their equipment they release millions of gallons of over flow into downstream easements. They have petitioned local governments to get these easements and they have been legislated into the system. This is a very poor system. We need Sen. Tom to lead the legislation into committing to make the cleanup of runoff pollution a top priority for the Washington legislature. We need to fund a bond issue that awards the most sustainable providers of stormwater remediation solutions. This needs to be done soonest and if possible within this session.

Mark Walker, Bellevue

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Schools foundation to hold fund-raising luncheon anchor and creator of La Famiglia Design Monica Hart, serving as emcee. Lunch is complimentary, although there is a suggested donation of $150. There are still opportunities to be a

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Avondale Road NE in the City of Redmond, in King County. This project involves 2.2 acres of soil disturbance for a Planned Residential Development (short plat) and associated roads and utilities construction activities. Storm water will be discharged to Bear Creek. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Redmond Reporter on April 12, 2013 and April 19, 2013. #767814.

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Toll WA LP, 9720 NE 120th Place, Suite 100, Kirkland WA is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Fowler, is located at 16242 NE 116th Street, in Redmond, in King County, WA. This project involves 4.41 acres of soil disturbance for construction of streets, utilities and homes. Stormwater will be discharged to a Class II Stream tributary to the Sammamish River. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater, P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696. Published in Redmond Reporter on April 5, 2013 and April 12, 2013. #764390. WestPac Development, LLC, 7449 West Mercer Way Mercer Island, WA 98040, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Avondale Crest PRD, is located near the intersection of NE 104th St &


The Lake Washington Schools Foundation (LWSF) announced that its eighth annual “Legacy for Learning” luncheon fund-raiser will be held on May 1 at Juanita High School, 10601 N.E. 132nd St., Kirkland. The doors will open at 11:30 a.m. and the lunch and program will run from noon to 1 p.m. The luncheon will feature Alaska Air Group President and CEO Brad Tilden as the keynote speaker, building on the event theme “With a great education, the sky’s not the limit, it’s just the beginning.” According to Tilden, “A good education is crucial for everyone, and to be successful the next generation needs help from everyone involved: parents, teachers and the business community. In order to stay competitive in the 21st century marketplace, our young people also need better opportunities to learn science, technology, engineering and math, such as those offered by the Lake Washington School District.” Tilden understands how education can inspire kids and prepare them for their futures. It was a school field trip to the airport that ignited Tilden’s love for airplanes and led to his 22-year career with Alaska Airlines. Tilden is also a strong supporter of Aviation High School and Alaska Airlines’ annual Aviation Day, exposing middle and high school students to careers in the industry. Additional speakers include: Lake Washington School District Superintendent Traci Pierce, STEM High School teacher Mike Town and former news

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For yoga students, proper relaxation is essential to achieving mental equanimity, emotional balance and inner strength. But relaxation doesn’t

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amazed at the balance they exhibit during certain positions. But for serious yoga students, the idea of “balance” goes beyond physical movements and extends to a concept of life that emphasizes, among other things, an avoidance of extremes. As an investor, you, too, need to avoid extremes, such as investing too aggressively, too conservatively or too sporadically.


As more people have discovered its healthful benefits, yoga has grown in popularity. But whether or not you practice yoga, you can apply its lessons to other areas of your life — such as investing. Specifically, consider the following yoga-related themes and how they might translate into investment habits that may be beneficial:


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difficult to relax, but you can use your imagination to see yourself — and put yourself — in a relaxed state. As an investor, you need to visualize your goals, such as a comfortable retirement, before you can define a strategy to help you work toward them. By seeing yourself where you want to be, you’ll be motivated to take the actions necessary to work toward getting there. Try putting the principles of yoga to work — they may help you become a better investor.

and success, according to yoga teachings. And positive thinking can play a key role in investing, too. For example, if you were to constantly look at negative headlines, you might conclude that it is pointless to invest for the future because external events — economic instability abroad, political squabbles at home, natural disasters and so on — will just disrupt your plans. Consequently, you might decide not to invest, or invest in such a way that can make progress toward your financial goals difficult.

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April 12, 2013 [7] When in graduate school, Kirtley studied fusion-based propulsion systems — but only when writing papers and constructing computer models. He’s now in it for real. Slough and his crew are making fusion happen, generating a plasma and thrust for the rocket, Kirtley, 33, said. “We’re actually building hardware and we’re testing it,” Kirtley added. “So it’s very exciting to be a part of that and to be transitioning this technology at a stage where we can build thrusters with it — real thrusters — measure thrust and then eventually get them into space.” The $500,000 rocket project is funded through NASA’s Innovative Advanced Concepts Program.


According to Slough’s project description on the NASA site, MSNW’s research focuses on the magnetically driven implosion of metal foils onto a magnetized plasma target to obtain fusion conditions. The work extends to a method that utilizes these metal shells (or liners) to not only achieve fusion conditions, but to serve as the propellant, as well. Several low-mass, magnetically driven metal liners are inductively driven to converge radially and axially and form a thick blanket surrounding the target plasmoid and compress the plasmoid to fusion conditions. Over at the Plasma Dynamics Lab, Slough guffaws again when he describes how the fusion reaction occurs during their experiments. First, he points out the many, perfectly lined up blue high-voltage capacitors where energy is stored; they are charged up to 20,000 volts and then a single trigger from a computer in

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Seated in his MSNW office, Slough’s shaggy white hair often inches from side to side as he speaks. Behind him is a white board filled with mathematical calculations scrawled in red, black, purple, green and blue. The 60-year-old Bellevue resident feels that Mars is the nearest and most interesting planet for human exploration. There have been robotic missions to Mars, but none with humans, which he feels would be a daunting challenge if tried with chemical rocketry because the fuels wouldn’t possess enough energy density to transport the passengers quickly. With current technology, Slough said it would take about 1,680 days for a round trip to Mars and would require 11 rocket launches and a roughly

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body else take a fusiondriven rocket to Mars, but admits he doesn’t have the nerve to take a trip himself. Plus, by 2030, he’ll be well retired, he noted. “If you think of Wernher von Braun, I’m sure he felt very rewarded by the fact that he contributed to the early formation of NASA and our whole rocket program, even if he didn’t get to ride on any of them in his lifetime,” Slough said. His experiments have to work first, of course. If anything, Slough says he and his crew can at least develop a road map for future scientists to continue their journey. “I don’t know the end of this story, which makes it fun, and at the same time we get to work on something that may work — it’s exciting,” Slough said. MSNW mission analyst Pancotti seems like he’s on board for the long haul. “For me, MSNW is a dream job. I worked for the Air Force for many years and I’ve been bothering John Slough for probably three years, beating on his door trying to get a job here,” Pancotti said. “This is exactly where I want to be and what I’ve been wanting to do since I was 18 years old and started embarking in aerospace.”


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