My name is Greta Thunberg, I am 16 years old and I’m from Sweden. I am grateful for being with you here in the USA. A nation that, to many people, is the country of dreams. I also have a dream: that governments, political parties and corporations grasp the urgency of the climate and ecological crisis […]
“Every day,” said Ed Stone, a professor of physics at Caltech and Voyager’s project scientist since 1975, “we learned something new.” — Read on www.theregister.co.uk/2019/08/27/neptune/
There’s nothing like TWENTY-SEVEN Merlin rockets firing simultaneously, at least not since the Apollo missions.
Based on an analysis of survey data gathered from more than 27,000 people over a six-year period, the NIH-funded study found that individuals who reported taking dietary supplements had about the same risk of dying as those who got their nutrients through food. What’s more, the mortality benefits associated with adequate intake of vitamin A, […]
Be sure to check out the live NASA feed this morning as they and SpaceX prepare to recover the Crew Dragon capsule in splash down from the International Space Station.
This never gets old. Also, SCIENCE!!!
NASA has redesignated its Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility in Fairmont, West Virginia, as the Katherine Johnson Independent Verification and Validation Facility, in honor of the West Virginia native and NASA “hidden figure.” “I am thrilled we are honoring Katherine Johnson in this way as she is a true American icon who overcame incredible […]
I don’t know how I missed it, but SpaceX had their 8th and final launch of Iridium’s Next satellite cluster on January 11th. As always, SpaceX live streamed the launch on YouTube. Iridium also released a music playlist on Spotify. If you start the playlist at T-12.55 of the launch countdown, it lines up perfectly […]