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October 30, 2006 at 4:04 PM

Simonyi on Russian rocket engineering

I had such a good conversation with Charles Simonyi at last week’s space tourism press conference, I used it for today’s column.

Highlights include his comments on the simple but robust engineering of the Soyuz TMA10 he’ll ride to the International Space Station in March.

Today’s column is here.

Last week’s story on his space plans is here.

Charles is also going to chronicle his adventure at this Web site.

More information about his Bellevue company, Intentional Software, is here.

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