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Tag: NASA

Creating ‘Space’ for Space

Having ‘space’ within space seems to be a critical bottleneck in manned space exploration, second of course to cost-effective round…

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Inflatable Habitats from Sea to Space

Recent space news is nothing short of exciting: http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/20550/20160409/nasa-and-affiliates-send-inflatable-habitat-named-beam-into-space.htm. An inflatable habitat is headed to space. This of course makes great sense…

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NASA’s Ocean Worlds Exploration Program

News of a recent NASA proposed budget to the House Appropriations Committee crossed my desk just this week, and while…

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the best of both worlds

Gotta love it – the plan to dive the methane seas of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon – in 2040 nonetheless.…

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Malaysia 370 | an ocean education rollercoaster

I too have been among the masses tuning in almost nightly to find updates on missing Malaysia flight 370. It’s…

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where will we humans play next – Mars?

A recent CNN piece discussed the future of NASA, with a particular focus on the ‘spark’ that has been long…

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one small step for man – 8 years earlier

I wouldn’t have thought twice about today being any more significant than yesterday, though thanks to Google I was reminded…

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STS-51L Challenger Tragedy | 25 Years Today

Twenty-five years ago this very morning (at age 6) I was sitting on a tile floor in the hallway of Martin…

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an Earth-like Evolution

Are we alone? The question of all questions, of all civilizations, and of all time. The fact that we have…

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