A lot as been going on this past week in space, as well as in the regular world. Rather than cover the launch week with an informational update, I thought it might be fun to take a look back at the fun moments from the event. Here are my top six favorite moments.
Launch Delay – While the delay of the launch on Wednesday was a big disappointment for many, I saw this as a good thing. It meant that NASA and SpaceX were taking the...
This past week, the Crew Dragon made its way from California to Florida, where it will prepare to launch from U.S. soil to the International Space Station later this year.
On February 13, 2020 the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft arrivedat the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida in the next step of preparation for the historic mission that will take two astronauts to the ISS. After all testing is completed the spacecraft...
On November 2nd, a Zero G oven was sent to the International Space Station along with a bunch of other important supplies aboard the Cygnus spacecraft.
What Exactly Is A Zero-G Oven?
According to the creators, Zero G Kitchen, it's "an oven designed to freshly prepare small food items, such as rolls, cookies, patties, pockets and other basic foods for longer duration space travel." The oven works to bake items in zero gravity.
The first all-female space walk is planned to take place this Friday, October 18, 2019. Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will perform the historic spacewalk to replace a faulty battery charge-discharge unit.
50 years after Apollo 11, NASA is working to return astronauts to the Moon to test technologies and techniques for the next giant leaps – challenging missions to Mars and other destinations in deep space.
Earlier this month, I traveled all the way from Southern California to NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi, to meet up with a team of strangers who share a similar interest in advancing space exploration. What makes NCAS so special?
What do Marvel comics, James Cameron, and video games have in common? Virtual reality can take us places we’ve only dreamt of, and when joined with NASA, this science-fiction technology will extend humanity's horizons.