You found me!  This little corner of the internet where you can find out about the interests of me, Mike O’Hara. 


The 1960’s was the “Golden Age” of manned spaceflight. Before smartphones, personal computers, and the internet, it was the idea of rockets, satellites, robotic probes, and sending humans into space that was THE technology that marveled young minds and caused fear in rival countries.


Like most kids born into that era where I wanted to be an astronaut, but no matter how old I get making it to space will always be my dream.


I keep the flame of space burning by writing for my blog titled ”The Conquest of Space”. There, you will find my thoughts on topics related to the past and future of space exploration. I cover a wide range of topics and they are informative for both the space aficionado and the novice. 


I am also trying to stir interest in bringing a space history museum to Charlotte, North Carolina, birthplace of moonwalker Charlie Duke.  In total, fourteen astronauts and one NASA Administrator are native Carolinians. The goal of the museum is to inspire future generations while recognizing the contributions of Carolinians to our space history.


In 2015,  I was the Republican General Election Candidate on the ballot for Charlotte City Council District 4. Here is my official campaign website  www.mikeforcharlotte.com and like it on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mikeforcharlotte.  


I am an idea guy that usually is too far ahead of my time.  At my heart lies an entrepreneur looking to build something great!  I have a startup in beta testing. It is GarageBrain. If you are an entrepreneur, investor, or freelancer then GarageBrain is for you!  Check it out at www.garagebrain.com


When I really have spare time, I am writing my first novel.  “Killing Time” is a science fiction work that combine two of my favorite subjects -- World War II History and Science.  One hundred thousand words so far and climbing daily!


For more space history, visit my YouTube Channel for a vast collection of historic and hard to find NASA documentaries about the golden age of spaceflight.  Use icons below to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn, and Google+.  



 

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