Space

What We Can Learn From 20 Years of the International Space Station

What We Can Learn From 20 Years of the International Space Station

At a time when most gadgets, on average, last only a handful of years, it’s heartening to note that one of the most complex technological instruments ever built is still going strong. On Nov. 20, the International Space Station (ISS) reached a two-decade milestone since the launch of its first module. Beyond just a feat Continue reading What We Can Learn From 20 Years of the International Space Station

Fly Me to the Moon: NASA’s Space Tourism Posters

Fly Me to the Moon: NASA’s Space Tourism Posters

What would you say to a weekend getaway on Venus? Or a grand tour of Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune? Perhaps a trip to the geysers of Enceladus, the sixth largest moon of Saturn, to shake off the monotony of life on Earth? Contemplating interplanetary space travel might seem like wishful thinking (for now), but that Continue reading Fly Me to the Moon: NASA’s Space Tourism Posters