Worrisome national security events have convinced some Americans that SpaceX is the magic elixir of this generation. But this time our national security is at stake.
NASA will have taken 18 years and $43 billion to fly a single manned flight initially based upon 1960s technology and reusing significant parts from the space shuttle.
Some companies aren’t content to leave deep space to NASA, and want American taxpayers to foot the bill.
Harvard University biologist Katie Hinde tweeted how she’d moved NASA tank tops from the boy’s to girl’s clothing section, garnering more than 120,000 likes and 24,000 retweets.
If President Trump wants to truly lead the United States and world into the exploration and settlement of the solar system, he needs to do something different and game-changing.
SpaceX doesn’t cut NASA in when it uses NASA facilities—our facilities—to launch rockets carrying private cargo, which he gets paid for effectively twice.
This is historic, and a good reminder that the space program is far from over, and new and exciting developments are happening all the time.
When I challenged him about the ‘hottest year on record,’ a New York Times reporter explained that his readers are too dumb to understand numbers.
The video game ‘No Man’s Sky’ speaks to humanity’s eternal questions of how life is created and whether we are alone in this universe.
Monday’s historic launch was one small step for aerospace but one giant leap for cronyism.
Can-do box-office topper ‘The Martian’ depicts a world utterly alien to today’s sobby, whiny, excuse-laden version.
There are some areas where progress is possible, and people should be angry with politicians if they deliberately choose to make bad decisions.
The claim that 2014 was the hottest year in history shows that the global warming scare is not a high point in the history of science.
‘Interstellar’ is grand, but it also tries a little too hard to be deep.
Many scientists are convinced that UFOs exist and we should expend time and billions to find them. What if they’re wrong?
If government doesn’t fund science, who will? This brave experiment is being conducted under the Obama administration.
It would be wonderful if nobody died in our efforts to explore space. But building a program around that goal is no way to accomplish anything of note.
It is a warm January day and we head to Challenger Seven Memorial Park for my son’s orienteering event, part of his 7th grade leadership development course.
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