Once thought to be a world belonging only to astronauts and rocket scientists – and dominated by men – New Zealand’s space industry is booming, with women at the forefront, NZ Herald reports. Rocket Lab project engineer Sarah Blyde is a founding member of Women in Space Aotearoa. Based at the Auckland Production Complex in Mt Wellington, Blyde’s job is to coordinate changes to the design of Electron – a three-stage orbital rocket that has launched 146 satellites. It’s the second most frequently launched US rocket.