The thing about SpaceX is it’s very different than what you may find in traditional aerospace companies certainly different from what I knew in the Air Force so I had to make that transition, and I prepared for it beforehand. I came in ready to make the transition, but it did take me probably six months or a year to feel really comfortable here, and for them to feel comfortable with me. It helps a little bit that my customer is the Air Force and the intelligence community I came from.
“Steve and I have been friends, ever since he was the Michigan coach,” said Beilein, who has led the Wolverines since the 2007 08 season. “He’s gone out of his way over and over again for me, when I’m on the road traveling, with the Nike trips. We’ve spent a lot of time together.”.
The same USC team that made the NCAA tournament only via a First Four berth would’ve been perhaps the most talented team in the country with Bagley in the fold. He would have been enough to push a UCLA team that lost four starters into the top 10 conversation.Duke was already in better shape than either of those teams, and now the Blue Devils are a notch above Arizona, Michigan State, Kansas and any other candidate for the top spot.Yes, this is the same thing nearly everyone said before last season. In our defense, it was impossible to foresee Krzyzewski’s needing back surgery in the middle of the season or Grayson Allen’s being the biggest story in college basketball for tripping opponents or a late January locker room ban or Giles’ contributing next to nothing for essentially the entire season due to injury or Jayson Tatum’s and Marques Bolden’s starting the season injured and taking time to get acclimated.By the time the NCAA tournament rolled around, though, Duke was one of the favorites to cut down the nets, as the Blue Devils came off an ACC tournament title and wins in 12 of their last 15 games.Could that all happen again? Of course.
Twenty eight scientific papers from the Planck mission were will be published tomorrow on line today covering many aspects of how the universe is put together and how it has evolved. Planck instruments allow astronomers to separate the primordial light from the effects of dust and other emissions coming from our Milky Way Galaxy. U of T and CITA astrophysicist Peter Martin is working on a series of papers that will be published in another upcoming release on this data: do not simply sweep away the dust signal into the trash bin, but rather treasure it for what it tells us about the workings of the Galaxy.