Tag Archives: exploration

Honoring World Space Week | Be curious. Be inspiring.

53 years ago the Space Age began, launching curious minds into a celebration of discovery. Yesterday marked the 54th launch anniversary of Sputnik 1, the satellite that drew the starting line for humanity's race into space. Now a week long...

Photos from the End

Last week saw the end of the landing of the final Space Shuttle mission, bringing to close an era in space exploration. We’ve followed this story (and various tangents) for the better part of a year. In the process, we’ve...

US Goes Deep Into Space With New Vehicle

So while it appears the U.S. is leaving Low Earth Orbit operations (like the ISS) to the private sector and other countries once the Space Shuttle program is retired later this year, our country is going to "boldly go" into...

Closeups of Mercury – Photos start rolling in

This nifty little tidbit crossed our desks late last week, but kept getting bumped for other, more time-sensitive articles. However, we definitely weren’t gong to let it slide by without a mention. A couple of weeks ago, we mentioned NASA’s...