How to Survive an Earthquake – The Triangle of Life

Every year there are hundreds, if not thousands of earthquakes but the only ones to make the headlines are those that impact significantly on us humans. 2011 was a bad year for such events – I don’t need to name them as they will all flash into your mind as you read this. For a […]

Welcome to the New Satellite Spy Website

Welcome to Satellite Spy’s new website at www.satellitespy.net. For previous followers of the blog when it was located on Blogger – Congratulations! You’ve found its new home. I’m still fighting a few glitches with the new site, not the least of which is that the Landing page is wrong, coupled with the fact that currently […]

Oh Deer – The MX Missile, a Flying Coffin and the Twin Towers

The anniversary of the atrocity committed against the USA has triggered memories of a day some 30 years ago which culminated in a picture-perfect flight into NYC’s La Guardia airport, the approach being down the Hudson River with a sharp turn to port across Manhattan onto the final approach. A stunning afternoon view of Manhattan […]

Deepest, Darkest Borneo

It might be a week or so before my next post as I’m about to depart from the connected world for a bit. Internet availability in Borneo is expected to be patchy – that’s why they’ll benefit from more satellite communications. If I manage to survive the jungle, the mosquitoes, leeches, snakes,spiders and the occasional […]

Prologue : Satellite Spy’s First Blog Post

How do you start a blog that you know will go on for years? My answer: Dive in at the deep end! This is the book I’ve wanted to write for years, but organising a book, spending months getting everything organised and in the right order is just plain boring. When, if ever, it’s finished […]