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Oculata Certitudine

I’m a space-obsessed programmer currently in Boulder, Colorado.

My resume


ISS Photo Locations (2013)

Visualization of the location of nearly every photograph taken from the International Space Station.


24mm Rocket Design (2016)

Design and build of a small rocket meant for a 24 mm diameter solid propellent motor.

Space Phrase (2015)

A cute passphrase generator using space words.

List of Rocket Clubs (2014)

An attempt to maintain a list of advanced rocket/aerospace clubs building impressive hardware.

Science Hack Day SF 2014

I was at SHD San Fransisco 2014 and worked on these projects

NASA Style Switch Guards (2013)

A 3D-printable version of NASA’s awesome looking toggle switch guards so you don’t accidentally hit a switch in orbit.

Earth Observatory Photos (2013)

Now defunct. Was an attempt at a photo browser for NASA’s Earth Observation Laboratory.

Mars Science laboratory Image Feed (2012)

Now defunct. I put this together in an afternoon to track new images coming from MSL after she landed. It worked for a little bit, but JPL kept changing their layout and I couldn’t keep up with the scraper.


Open Source Aerospace

From my experience at PSAS I split off a github org focusing on aerospace simulation.

Open Space APIs is a collection of NASA and space APIs for public use. Currently seeing around 20 million requests per month.

Build Status Requirements Status Docs

Portland State Aerospace Society

For many, many years I’ve been working with Portland State Aerospace Society, an educational group dedicated to building advanced avionics for high powered rockets.

I’ve been involved, in many cases integrally, in almost every aspect of the rocket. From data analysis, to fabricating parts, to group management.

Some highlight projects I’ve worked on:

And much more: