Monthly Archives: August 2012

The fabulous Curiosity Rover sent by NASA to explore the surface of Mars has started it’s trek to a location over 400 metres away.  The journey will not be the quickest taking several weeks but the journey is not it’s first have managed two previous small drives without problems.  The target is a feature they… Read Article →

Virgin Galactic, which is optimistic about  offering orbital human spaceflights, also has plans of launching suborbital space science missions, providing suborbital spaceflights that are specially designed  for space tourists and launching small orbital satellites. This company gives its spacecraft more altitude and speed in the initial stages as compared to that of the ground because… Read Article →

I don’t think there is any doubt that NASA is experiencing one of their most dramatic period of change in the history of the organization.  To start, the Space Shuttle, a staple of the United States efforts in space has been virtually scrapped for all time.  As of today, the country and NASA itself does… Read Article →

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