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May 7, 2015

Space Shuttle Tech – Take a Look at This Decommissioned Marvel

The space shuttle program were one of the most amazing collection of technology and knowledge the world has ever seen. Unlike standard rockets seen which have […]
May 4, 2015

So – You’re Still Interested in Astronomy? Uranus

So – You’re Still Interested in Astronomy? Hello again. Last time, we looked at the fun, larger moons of Saturn. As promised, this time around we’ll […]
April 13, 2015

Who's Out There – Focusing the Search

The mast camera of Curiosity has found methane plumes and carbon-based molecules in the layered buttes of Mt. Sharp on Mars. The plumes are not considered an “active” […]
April 7, 2015

Hunting for Exomoons That May Host Alien Life

The search for alien life doesn’t end within the boundaries of our solar system.Scientists are now search for moons orbiting alien planets that might play host […]
April 2, 2015

So – You’re Still Interested in Astronomy? Saturns Moons

Hello again. Last time, we looked at the lesser moons of Saturn. If you remember, Saturn has at least 62 of them, and the number seems […]
March 12, 2015

Who’s Out There—The Importance of Environment

Manfred Eigen in his book Steps Toward Life (Oxford University Press 1992) makes it clear that the science of complex. systems is helping us understand how […]
March 11, 2015

Inside Nasa’s giant rocket factory

It’s been decades since Nasa has had a rocket powerful enough to reach to the Moon – and beyond. But now the agency is building one […]
February 27, 2015

So – You’re Still Interested in Astronomy? Moons of Saturn

So – You’re Still Interested in Astronomy? Hello again. Last time, we looked at the many moons of Jupiter. If you remember, Jupiter has 67 all […]
February 24, 2015

The 5 coolest NASA missions that never happened

NASA is full of ambitious dreamers. But those dreams cost money. And Congress has to approve them first. Ever since the end of the Apollo program, […]