2014 Legislative Blitz
February 23rd-25th in Washington, D.C.
In 2004, a group of thirteen premier space advocacy groups joined together under the Space Exploration Alliance to have their voices heard. The first SEA “Blitz” brought together 76 space enthusiasts from around the country. They converged on Washington, D.C., and talked with over 200 congressional officesin support [...]
Ever wanted to be in a game, recognizable for everyone ? Ever thought of going to Mars, but not in the peak of health? Or simply tied to Earth with family obligations and other practical considerations holding you back? Then this is the answer to your dreams. A group of Polish Mars enthusiast are [...]
image: Peter Scheirich, 2005
Ever wondered how the Lagrangian points work? Or how the asteroid belt came (and stayed)? I found a great explanation with an even greater image and I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.
Jupiter and the Sun are the two largest objects in our Solar System. Jupiter orbiting around the [...]
A newly discovered space rock is apparently on course to have an exceedingly close call with the planet Mars in October 2014, and there is a chance — luckily a small chance — that the comet may even collide with the planet.
The new comet has been given the scientific designations is comet C/2013 A1 The Scottish-Australian [...]