• Hubble Cuts a Core Sample Out of the Cosmos

    Updated: 2014-04-18 11:00:00
    It's a big, big universe out there and the Hubble Space Telescope bores a hole over halfway out into it with this image, showing a gathering of galaxies near and far. Continue reading →

  • SpaceX Dragon launch to ISS Marches Towards April 18 Liftoff after Helium Leak Forces Scrub – Watch Live

    Updated: 2014-04-17 22:47:54
    NASA and SpaceX are marching forward towards a Friday, April 18 liftoff attempt for the Falcon 9 rocket sending a commercial Dragon cargo craft on the company’s third resupply mission to the International Space Station following the scrubbed launch attempt on Monday, April 14 – forced by the discovery of a Helium gas leak inside […]

  • Kepler Has Found the First Earth-Sized Exoplanet in a Habitable Zone!

    Updated: 2014-04-17 20:00:16
    It’s truly a “eureka” moment for Kepler scientists: the first rocky Earth-sized world has been found in a star’s habitable “Goldilocks” zone, the narrow belt where liquid water could readily exist on a planet’s surface without freezing solid or boiling away. And while it’s much too soon to tell if this really is a “twin […]

  • Astronomers find Earth-sized Goldilocks world around a distant, dim star

    Updated: 2014-04-17 19:00:12
    For the first time astronomers have found a world that is both similar in size to Earth, and near enough to its star such that water could exist on its surface without freezing or boiling off. Thus, it is a Goldilocks world — not too hot, and not too cold. The planet is the fifth […]

  • Most 'Earth-Like' Alien World Discovered

    Updated: 2014-04-17 19:00:00
    About 500 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus lives a star, which, though smaller and redder than the sun, has a planet that may look awfully familiar.

  • Ceres and Vesta Converge in Virgo, Watch it Happen With Just Binoculars

    Updated: 2014-04-17 18:39:54
    Don’t let them pass you by. Right now and continuing through July, the biggest and brightest asteroids will be running on nearly parallel tracks in the constellation Virgo and so close together they’ll easily fit in the same binocular field of view. (...)Read the rest of Ceres and Vesta Converge in Virgo, Watch it Happen […]

  • New Hubble View Shows Objects a Billion Times Fainter Than Your Eyes Can See

    Updated: 2014-04-17 18:09:04
    While this image isn’t as deep as the Hubble Deep Field, this 14-hour exposure by the Hubble Space Telescope shows objects around a billion times fainter than what can be seen with the human eyes alone. Astronomers say this image also offers a remarkable depth of field that lets us see more than halfway to […]

  • Earth-Size Planet Found that Might Hold Liquid Water

    Updated: 2014-04-17 18:04:46
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Earth-Size Planet Found that Might Hold Liquid Water Posted by Keith Cowing Source : University of Michigan Posted April 17, 2014 2:04 PM View Comments NASA Extrasolar planet In a dim and faraway solar system , astronomers have for the first time discovered a rocky , Earth-sized planet that might hold liquid water a necessary ingredient for life as we know . it The planet Kepler-186f is the fifth and outermost world orbiting the red dwarf Kepler-186. The slow-burning sun is smaller and cooler than our own . Too faint to be seen without a telescope , it's

  • Chew On This: Best Picture Yet of Gum 41

    Updated: 2014-04-17 16:40:35
    Hot young stars blaze at the center of a vast cloud of interstellar hydrogen gas in this stunning new observation by the awesomely powerful MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope at the La Silla Observatory. Continue reading →

  • Hubble Provides A Cross-section of the Universe

    Updated: 2014-04-17 15:06:05
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Hubble Provides A Cross-section of the Universe Posted by Keith Cowing Source : ESA Posted April 17, 2014 11:06 AM View Comments ESA NASA STSCI Galaxy Cluster An image of a galaxy cluster taken by the NASA ESA Hubble Space Telescope gives a remarkable cross-section of the Universe , showing objects at different distances and stages in cosmic . history They range from cosmic near neighbours to objects seen in the early years of the Universe . The 14-hour exposure shows objects around a billion times fainter than can be seen with the naked . eye This new

  • Koichi Wakata Weekly ISS Activity Report Vol.24

    Updated: 2014-04-17 13:07:05
    Koichi Wakata performed a voice communication checkout via Inter-orbit Communication System (ICS) link with Tsukuba Space Center. ICS provides an direct network between the JEM and the Tsukuba Space Center in Japan through JAXA's Data Relay Test Satellite (DRTS).

  • When Apollo 12 Encountered the Surveyor 3 Moon Lander

    Updated: 2014-04-17 11:00:00
    Forty-five years ago, Surveyor 3 launched to the Moon. Two years later parts of it came back.

  • CSExtra – Top Space News for Thursday, April 17, 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-17 01:53:10
    To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Today’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden fortifies the NASA Advisory Council with [...]

  • Grand Canyon Geology Lessons on View

    Updated: 2014-04-17 00:43:31
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Grand Canyon Geology Lessons on View Posted by Keith Cowing Source : NASA Posted April 16, 2014 8:43 PM View Comments NASA Grand Canyon The Grand Canyon in northern Arizona is a favorite for astronauts shooting photos from the International Space Station , as well as one of the best-known tourist attractions in the . world The steep walls of the Colorado River canyon and its many side canyons make an intricate landscape that contrasts with the dark green , forested plateau to the north and . south The Colorado River has done all the erosional work of

  • SpaceX Leases Historic Launch Complex 39A from NASA for new Era of Commercial Space Launches

    Updated: 2014-04-16 23:06:06
    The keys to NASA’s historic launch Pad 39A that propelled humanity’s first man to walk on the Moon – Neil Armstrong – during the history making flight of Apollo 11, have been handed over to new owners, namely the private aerospace firm SpaceX for a new purpose – serving as a commercial launch facility. NASA […]

  • First Radar Vision for Copernicus

    Updated: 2014-04-16 21:33:03
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates First Radar Vision for Copernicus Posted by Keith Cowing Source : ESA Posted April 16, 2014 5:33 PM View Comments ESA Northern part of the Antarctica Peninsula Launched on 3 April , ESA's Sentinel-1A satellite has already delivered its first radar images of Earth . They offer a tantalising glimpse of the kind of operational imagery that this new mission will provide for Europe's ambitious Copernicus environmental monitoring . programme Rather aptly , the first image shows Brussels in Belgium , the seat of the European Commission . The European Commission

  • Concordia Calling

    Updated: 2014-04-16 21:27:42
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Concordia Calling Posted by Keith Cowing Source : ESA Posted April 16, 2014 5:27 PM View Comments Alex Kumar ESA Concordia Base , Antarctica Are you a team player who is unafraid of long isolation Do you have a medical degree and a healthy love of extremes ESA is offering the chance of a lifetime to run space experiments in one of the world's most isolated places : Concordia research station in . Antarctica Lying 1600 km from the South Pole in the Antarctic desert , Concordia was built on a plateau 3200 m up . Its location means that its inhabitants are

  • It’s official — the largest volcano in the world is named after the Aggies

    Updated: 2014-04-16 20:09:13
    You may recall the announcement, last summer, of the discovery of a subsea volcano 100s of miles across in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Japan. It dwarfs other volcanoes on Earth. In fact it may be the second largest volcano in the solar system, second only to Olympus Mons on Mars. The find was […]

  • Um, You Can See a Car on Mars

    Updated: 2014-04-16 20:04:15
    First of all, I completely stole this headline from NASA engineer Bobak Ferdowski (AKA The Mohawk Guy) on Twitter. Second, this is just a great image of the Curiosity rover sitting on Mars, including views of its tracks and where it did a wheelie or two. Plus, where the rover now sits is a very […]

  • Astronaut Salary

    Updated: 2014-04-16 17:40:20
    Talk about a high-flying career! Being a government astronaut means you have the chance to go into space and take part in some neat projects — such as going on spacewalks, moving robotic arms and doing science that researches the nature of the human body. Behind the glamor and the giddiness of flight, however, astronauts […]

  • Astronauts to Reveal Sobering Data on Asteroid Impacts

    Updated: 2014-04-16 16:28:09
    This Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22, three former NASA astronauts will present new evidence that our planet has experienced many more large-scale asteroid impacts over the past decade than previously thought… three to ten times more, in fact. A new visualization of data from a nuclear weapons warning network, to be unveiled by B612 Foundation CEO […]

  • CSExtra – Top Space News for Wednesday, April 16, 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-16 14:42:18
    To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Today’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. Animation shows NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission concept. NASA pursues oxygen [...]

  • Speedy Satellite Beams Pictures Of Massive Floods Only Weeks After Reaching Orbit

    Updated: 2014-04-16 14:34:05
    After dodging space debris and living to tell the tale, Sentinel-1A is now being put through its paces for its primary mission: to beam back pictures of the Earth as quickly as possible, to provide officials with the information they need during natural disasters or weather events. The picture above gives a taste of what […]

  • ISEE-3: An Old Friend Comes to Visit Earth

    Updated: 2014-04-16 01:42:11
    : Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates ISEE-3 : An Old Friend Comes to Visit Earth Posted by Keith Cowing Source : NASA Posted April 15, 2014 9:42 PM View Comments It launched in 1978. It was the first satellite to study the constant flow of solar wind streaming toward Earth from a stable orbit point between our planet and the sun known as the Lagrangian 1, or L1. Monitoring that wind helped scientists better understand the interconnected sun-Earth system , which at its most turbulent can affect satellites around . Earth Video : Top-down view of the orbit of ISEE-3 ICE relative to the inner

  • Food Crops for a Red Planet?

    Updated: 2014-04-16 00:37:13
    Vegetables for a Red Planet? That is the prognosis of a study by plant ecologist Wieger Wamelink of Wageningen UR – a university and research center in The Netherlands that focuses specifically on the theme “healthy food and living environment.” The soil on Mars may be suitable for cultivating food crops, Wamelink reports, and he [...]

  • NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 15 April 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-16 00:34:00
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 15 April 2014 Status Report Source : NASA Posted April 16, 2014 8:34 AM View Comments NASA NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 15 April 2014 Today : Extravehicular Activity EVA 26 Preparations : The crew completed the following tasks in preparation for EVA 26 to Remove and Replace R the failed External EXT Multiplexer Demultiplexer MDM The plan is to use Extravehicular Mobility Unit EMU s 3005 and 3011 for the . EVA EMU 3005 Return To Service RTS Today Swanson performed a visual water leakage inspection , structural gas leakage test at the

  • A total eclipse over Houston: What color was last night’s ‘blood Moon’?

    Updated: 2014-04-15 17:24:31
    I hope you saw the eclipse last night and didn’t lose too much sleep. The weather was perfect and the Moon performed as predicted. The press excitedly dubbed it a ‘blood Moon,’ but we didn’t know what color the Moon … Continue reading →

  • CSExtra – Top Space News for Tuesday, April 15, 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-15 15:47:56
    To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Today’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. Ancient meteor impacts, like one recently discovered in Germany, may [...]

  • Total Lunar Eclipse

    Updated: 2014-04-15 14:47:05
    The United States was in a prime orbital position and time of day to view the eclipse on April 15, 2014. Depending on local weather conditions, the public got a spectacular view looking into the sky as the moon's appearance changed from bright orange to blood red to dark brown and perhaps gray. The eclipse is a phenomenon that occurs when the Earth, moon and sun are in perfect alignment, blanketing the moon in the Earth's shadow. The United States will not be able to witness a full lunar eclipse in its entirety again until 2019. This image was taken in San Jose, Calif. Image Credit: NASA Ames Research Center/Brian Day

  • NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 14 April 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-15 14:04:06
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 14 April 2014 Status Report Source : NASA Posted April 15, 2014 10:04 AM View Comments NASA NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 14 April 2014 Today : SpaceX SpX 3 Launch Scrub : Today's planned SpX-3 launch from Cape Canaveral was scrubbed due to an issue with the launch vehicle . The next launch opportunity would be Friday , April 18, at 2:25pm CDT if the issue can be . resolved External EXT Multiplexer Demultiplexer MDM 2 : EXT MDM-2 did not fully boot when powered up on Friday , drawing only 33 watts of power rather than a nominal 50

  • The lunar eclipse, from Houston

    Updated: 2014-04-15 12:35:42
    After a cold front moved through Houston on Monday skies cleared enough to provide great views of the lunar eclipse early on Tuesday. The total eclipse, which lasted for 1 hour and 18 minutes, caused the moon to appear reddish. This is because some sunlight still reaches the moon as it passes through Earth’s atmosphere […]

  • Dragon Launch Scrubbed While Station Crew Prepares for Spacewalk

    Updated: 2014-04-15 01:55:57
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Dragon Launch Scrubbed While Station Crew Prepares for Spacewalk Posted by Keith Cowing Source : NASA Posted April 14, 2014 9:55 PM View Comments NASA TV Falcon 9 Monday's launch attempt of the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft , loaded with nearly 5,000 pounds of supplies for the International Space Station's Expedition 39 crew , was scrubbed due to a helium leak on the Falcon 9 first stage . The next launch opportunity would be Friday , April 18 at 3:25 p.m . EDT if the issue can be . resolved The launch of the third SpaceX Dragon commercial resupply services

  • Great Moonbuggy Race Winners

    Updated: 2014-04-15 01:47:20
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Great Moonbuggy Race Winners Posted by Keith Cowing Source : NASA Posted April 14, 2014 9:47 PM View Comments NASA Great Moonbuggy Race Winners NASA today declared the winners of the first NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge , held April 11-12 at the U.S . Space Rocket Center in Huntsville , Ala . Student racers from the Academy of Arts , Careers and Technology in Reno , Nev . claimed first place in the high school division the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao Team 2 won the top prize in the college . division They raced to victory against 70 high

  • Birth of New Moon for Saturn?

    Updated: 2014-04-15 01:30:44
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Birth of New Moon for Saturn Posted by Keith Cowing Source : NASA Posted April 14, 2014 9:30 PM View Comments NASA New Moon of Saturn NASA's Cassini spacecraft has documented the formation of a small icy object within the rings of Saturn thatmay be a new moon , and may also provide clues to the formation of the planet's known . moons Images taken with Cassini's narrow angle camera on April 15, 2013 show disturbances at the very edge of Saturn's A ring the outermost of the planet's large , bright rings . One of these disturbances is an arc about 20 percent

  • Tonight's Total Lunar Eclipse Explained

    Updated: 2014-04-14 21:00:43
    Tonight at 11 p.m. on the west coast or if you're on the east coast at 2 a.m. you'll be able to see the total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will last about three hours. The eclipse's peak, when the moon will enter Earth's full shadow, or umbra, will occur at 3:45 a.m. EDT - Learn more here: www.nasa.gov/LRO

  • Stay up late for a great cosmic show: The first eclipse of April 2014 is tonight!

    Updated: 2014-04-14 19:52:47
    Don’t forget: there’s a lunar eclipse tonight! The eclipse will begin shortly before midnight and continue until 4:30 in the morning on April 15. You’ll be able to see the eclipse from just about everywhere in Houston, but especially well … Continue reading →

  • Think you’re unpopular? Try being a shark.

    Updated: 2014-04-14 15:32:09
    The photo below shows blacktip reef sharks swimming with bait fish off the coast of Argentina. Well, not exactly. It seems the bait fish aren’t exactly keen on swimming with the sharks. Blacktip reef sharks are actually fairly non-threatening to humans. I’ve swam with them. I’ve even put my older daughter in the water with […]

  • Help Rescue The ISEE-3 Spacecraft And Put It Back to Work

    Updated: 2014-04-14 15:00:03
    Home NASA Watch SpaceRef Business SpaceRef Canada Astrobiology Web Loading OnOrbit Space Station NASA Hack Space Calendar News Archives Missions Space Weather Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Pluto Asteroids Comets Get Updates Help Rescue The ISEE-3 Spacecraft And Put It Back to Work Posted by Keith Cowing Source : IRP Posted April 14, 2014 11:00 AM View Comments NASA ISEE-3 Dives Close to the Moon ISEE-3 Reboot Project IRP Our plan is simple : we intend to contact the ISEE-3 International Sun-Earth Explorer spacecraft , command it to fire its engine and enter an orbit near Earth , and then resume its original mission a mission it began in 1978. ISEE-3 was rechristened as the International Comet Explorer ICE If we are successful it may also still be able to chase yet another .

  • CSExtra – Top Space News for Monday, April 14, 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-14 01:42:06
    To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Today’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. NASA readies engines for Space Launch System core stage for [...]

  • Humans on Mars: These are the Brakes

    Updated: 2014-04-12 18:55:52
    If larger and larger payloads – including human habitats – are to set down safely on Mars, new atmospheric reentry technologies are required. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is deep into cutting-edge and crosscutting demonstration flights of hardware to land hefty payloads on the Red Planet. The work is being done under NASA’s Low Density [...]

  • First U.S. Asteroid Sample Mission Moves Forward

    Updated: 2014-04-11 18:34:06
    NASA’s Origins Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) is taking shape. This return sample mission to asteroid Bennu is to launch in the fall of 2016. The spacecraft will then rendezvous with the space rock in 2018. Following a year of reconnaissance of the object, OSIRIS-REx will snag a sample of the asteroid [...]

  • CSExtra – Top Space News for Friday, April 11, 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-11 15:22:11
    To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Today’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden views upgrades to Mission Control to support [...]

  • CSExtra – Top Space News for Thursday, April 10, 2014

    Updated: 2014-04-10 15:40:44
    To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Today’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. A U.S. House oversight panel lifts a spending ban on [...]

  • Super Planet Crash: Educational Game for World Builders

    Updated: 2014-04-09 16:11:44
    Let the games begin! A new online educational resource allows the user to build their own planetary system, putting planets into orbit around a star and racking up points until they add a planet that destabilizes the whole system. The game is an offshoot of the open-source software package – Systemic Console — astronomers use [...]

  • Feast your eyes on the skies: A lunar eclipse and shiny god of war

    Updated: 2014-04-08 01:28:39
    There’s two cool things to look for in the skies this month. The first, a lunar eclipse, will occur early on the morning of April 15th. The second, a nearby Mars, will be visible for most of the month. Let’s start with the eclipse, which should be pretty cool if we can get some clear […]

  • Dr. John Lewis Wins National Space Society’s Space Pioneer Award for Science and Engineering

    Updated: 2014-04-07 18:05:37
    The National Space Society takes great pleasure in awarding a 2014 Space Pioneer Award in the Science and Engineering category to Dr. John S. Lewis.  This award is in recognition of his major contributions to the study of the formation … Continue reading →

  • Scientists find a huge ocean on one of Saturn’s moons

    Updated: 2014-04-03 19:00:41
    NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has been delivering stunning images of Saturn and its moons for about a decade. Now it has delivered some of the most precise information about the oceans on one of Saturn’s most intriguing moons, Enceladus. Using various techniques to measure the gravity of the moon, scientists were able to tease out the […]

  • Orbital’s Antares/Cygnus Team Wins National Space Society’s Space Pioneer Award for Science and Engineering

    Updated: 2014-03-31 15:11:44
    The National Space Society takes great pleasure in awarding a 2014 Space Pioneer Award for the Science and Engineering category to Orbital Science Corporation’s Antares/Cygnus Team. The National Space Society will present the Space Pioneer Award to Mr. Frank Mauro, … Continue reading →

  • Astronomers find most distant member of the solar system

    Updated: 2014-03-26 18:00:56
    When most people think about the solar system, they consider the Sun, the eight planets, and Pluto. But although space is, indeed, mostly empty the solar system is a rather complex place. And today scientists have announced the discovery of a second, mysterious object far, far away from the Sun but still in orbit around […]

  • Register for ISDC 2014 Now! Prices Go Up April 1

    Updated: 2014-03-26 14:12:33
    International Space Development Conference 2014 Registration goes up April 1. Now is the time to Register for what promises to be a truly extraordinary Conference.  Our Living in Space Track includes presentations from a variety of different disciplines ranging from … Continue reading →

  • SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell Wins National Space Society’s Space Pioneer Award for Entrepreneurial Business

    Updated: 2014-03-25 21:26:37
    The National Space Society takes great pleasure in awarding its 2014 Space Pioneer Award for the Entrepreneurial Business category to SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne R. Shotwell. NSS will present the Space Pioneer Award to Mrs. Shotwell on … Continue reading →

  • Blog note

    Updated: 2014-03-21 17:37:08
    You may have noticed that during the last couple of months I have posted less frequently on my SciGuy blog. It’s not that I’ve gotten lazy, or that I don’t love you guys. The fact of the matter is that since mid-January I’ve been spending much of my time on a project that digs deep […]

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