60 Years of Spaceflight

America’s first crewed mission by NASA lifted off 60 years ago today. See how spaceflight has changed over the years in this article from Space.com: https://www.space.com/nasa-first-human-spaceflight-60-years-changes… Read More »

Mars Rover Paving the Way for Humans on Mars

How will NASA’s Perseverance rover change the way we look at our possible future on Mars? Check out this article to see how scientists are using this rover to pave the way for colonization on the Red Planet: https://www.space.com/perseverance-mars-rover-will-test-oxygen-production  … Read More »

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. today, we look to his message about equality and inclusion to emphasize the need for diversity in space-based research and the Aerospace industry as a whole. https://www.space.com/39366-martin-luther-king-space-science-equality.html… Read More »

NASA Perseverance Rover to Land on Mars

With NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover nearing its planetary destination, it’s set to land on the Red Planet midway through next month. Here are 7 things you’ll want to know about this rover and its mission: 7 Things to Know About the NASA Rover About to Land on Mars… Read More »

Great Conjunction

Didn’t manage to catch the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn last week? Fear not! See this video of the cosmic event as it descends on the world’s tallest building: livescience.com/great-conjunction-burj-khalifa.html… Read More »

Cosmic Holiday Celebrations

Does Santa visit the International Space Station? This article relates the history of astronauts celebrating the holidays in space. Check it out here: A History of Celebrating Christmas in Space | Mental Floss… Read More »

Launch Today

Today (12/17), SpaceX launches recon satellites from Cape Canaveral. The 3-hour launch window opens at 9:00 a.m. EST and closes at 12:00 p.m. EST. Watch it all LIVE here: SpaceX – Launches… Read More »

NASA to Discuss Upcoming Artemis Program Today (12/9)

Tune into NASA Live, the official stream of NASA TV, today at 12:30 PM EST for the National Space Council’s discussion of the the upcoming Artemis moon program. Link below: https://www.space.com/17933-nasa-television-webcasts-live-space-tv.html… Read More »

Watch NASA Launch LIVE Tomorrow

This Friday, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches a Dragon cargo resupply mission to the ISS! The CRS-21 mission lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 11:39 AM EST. The Dragon capsule is set to reach the ISS Saturday at 11:30 AM EST. NASA is broadcasting coverage of the prelaunch activities and the… Read More »

Thanksgiving in Space!

We hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving last week! That includes our friends in space! Curious about how the astronauts aboard the ISS enjoyed their holiday meal? Check out their cosmic Thanksgiving here: https://www.space.com/thanksgiving-in-space-2020-astronauts-meal-video… Read More »