Apollo

July 24, 2013

Overview of an astronaut’s diet

Overview of an astronaut’s diet (What they should eat during training and what they eat in space)  For some people, packing for a big trip can […]
July 20, 2013

Rocket Engine Pulled From the Ocean Definitely Belonged to Apollo 11

On the eve of the 44th anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon, a piece of their historic legacy has been ID’ed […]
July 11, 2013

Moon Bill Would Create National Park to Protect Apollo Landing Sites

A new bill introduced into the U.S. Congress would establish the Apollo Lunar Landing Sites National Historical Park on the moon. Called the Apollo Lunar Landing […]
July 4, 2013

Moon rovers could be engulfed in dust

Several robotic probes are set to be sent to the Moon over the next few years. Experiments suggest that the dust, which is abrasive, sticky and […]
July 1, 2013

Wrong Reality: If an American Was First in Space

There are key moments in spaceflight’s history that, in retrospect, defined the subsequent course of events. Take Yuri Gagarin’s orbital flight in 1961, for example. When […]
May 16, 2013

From SciFi to SciFact – The Starship Enterprise

The Starship Enterprise is one of the top dream spaceships of science fiction. As technology continues to advance, people are becoming more and more restless for […]
May 15, 2013

GOLDEN SPIKE WELCOMES JIM LOVELL

BOULDER, CO (May 15, 2013) – Golden Spike, the first company planning to undertake human lunar expeditions for countries and corporations around the wo rld,  announced today that […]
May 15, 2013

Skylab: Why don't we live in space yet?

The first US space station, Skylab, was launched forty years ago with a simple but far-reaching brief: expand man’s knowledge of the Sun and prove that […]
April 3, 2013

For Sale: Buzz Aldrin’s Toothbrush, $9,000 OBO

How much would you pay for another man’s toothbrush, if that toothbrush happened to have gone to the moon? The auction house estimates someone might throw […]