Space Adventures, Inc., the only company that provides human space missions to the world marketplace, announced today a partnership with entrepreneur Satoshi Takamatsu to market Space Adventures' diverse range of experiences in Japan. [...]
Another great Skabek (www.skrabek.com) infographic, this time showing the different sizes of manned spaceflight capsules. It’s missing the Boeing CST-100, but we have asked him to add this, and we’ll re-publish once this [...]
Rockets of Human Spaceflight Great infographic showing the different rockets that have made (and will continue to make) human spaceflight possible. Developed by Tyler Skrabek of www.skrabek.com.
The March/April edition of Aloft magazine, published by the Seattle Museum of Flight contained the great graphic on how private companies are filling the gaps in American Spaceflight capability. I hope [...]
See the Earth from a completely different perspective - from the satellites in space. http://video.pbs.org/video/2334144059/
Did you know you can see the International Space Station from your house? Now NASA is providing an email update service to let you know exactly when. Very cool!http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/index.cfm
Where have we been in space - 50 Years of Space Exploration. I missed this very cool graphic when it was first published 3 years ago. Original at http://www.flickr.com/photos/adamcrowe/4002050596/in/set-72157622579426670/
(We always knew it was cool!) Great article by Wilson da Silva, looking back at an awesome summer for space - capped off by Felix Baumgartner’s awesome jump! http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/society-and-culture/space-is-the-new-black-20121016-27o43.html
Great video to refresh your memory on how gravity works.
Winners from U.S. and Egypt Watched the Live Stream at YouTube's Creator Space in London Transmitted from the International Space Station to the World via YouTube September 13 2012 YouTube and Lenovo today [...]