Through Carl Sagan’s tenets, we can learn more about ourselves. This self-awareness is essential to canceling the Dunning-Kruger Effect.
In today’s new space race between countries and corporations, headlines are filled with topics on Mars, asteroid mining, satellite warfare, a new U.S. space force and another wave of Moon expeditions.
NASA has given the green light to begin the next phase of the Clipper mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa scheduled to launch between 2023 and 2025. This next step will focus on spacecraft design, construction and testing.
The Big Bang, the prevailing cosmological model for the beginning of our universe, is a relatively recent explanation for why the galaxies seem to be running away from each other.
SpaceX is planning an extremely low orbit range for the Starlink constellation. This tactic will present a considerable challenge for other companies.
The Air Force has chosen to organize around a theater-centric, centralized command and control system that is ill-suited for the global nature of space power.
For centuries man has dreamed of traveling to Mars. Unfortunately, sending humans to the “red planet” is an undertaking rife with obstacles, and it will take more than a vivid imagination to solve them.
Christa McAuliffe and the crew of STS-51-L can teach us a lot about leadership. Join Wes O’Donnell as we examine this week’s lesson.