Tag Archives: space exploration

Reignite Your Passion for Space Travel With ‘The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration’

Reignite Your Passion for Space Travel With ‘The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration’

Take a trip through time and the universe with a new book about our searches among the stars. Read More

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The Mission Is in Sight!

The Mission Is in Sight!

As a writer of science fiction, as well as a former astrophysics major in college, I usually like to stay up to date on science news. Space news in particular. And when I hear the words, “manned space travel,” I tend to get very excited. Read More

Join The International Space Apps Challenge Hackathon

Join The International Space Apps Challenge Hackathon

If you ever wished you could be a part of space exploration, then you’ll want to free up your weekend on April 20th. The International Space Apps Challenge is an global 2-day hackathon where you can collaborate towards solving any of the 50 proposed challenges. Challenges vary greatly and anyone, not just programmers, are welcome to contribute. Read More

GeekDad Interview: Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the very few people smart enough, knowledgeable enough, charming enough, and, yes, famous enough that he might just be the best spokesperson for science alive. He’s certainly the best spokesperson for American space exploration, … Read More