Eileen Collins, a former NASA astronaut, and the first woman Space Shuttle pilot, was the featured lunchtime speaker at the International Space Development Conference (ISDC) Thursday in Arlington, Virginia.
The annual International Space Development Conference in Arlington, Virginia, opened on Thursday under the slogan, “Back to the Moon to Stay.”
There are few instances in history that compare to the moments NASA provided the world during the Apollo program.
On December 3, 1941, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, then one of the largest newspapers in Hawaii, published an article with a headline that read “HOUSE VOTES ANTI-STRIKE BILL.” The article was referring to legislation about labor unions that was under consideration in Congress.
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Would immortality be worth it? Traveling centuries into the future via time dilation is that everyone you knew would obviously be long dead when you return.
The APUS chapter of Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) recently hosted a presentation by AMU alumna Major Eleanor Morgan, who spoke about her background and professional career path. She also offered some advice to those in the audience who might be interested in pursuing a STEM career.
Last week at the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Colonel Kevin Kick, Dr. Nicole Drumhiller and Dr. Michelle Watts were on a mission to gather feedback on what leaders in academia, industry and the military want to see in education.