Featured in this week’s article is an image of Mars taken on the morning of August 2. A 14-inch Celestron telescope captured the digital photograph from my personal observatory, located in Crawfordville, Georgia.
High above in the late summer evening sky is a beautiful little cloud of dust and gas, affectionately called by astronomers the Apple Core Nebula.
Infiltrating the politics of the national space policy are a variety of space advocacy coalitions that apply pressure on policymakers in many different directions.
IKONOS was a commercial Earth observation satellite that was launched in September 1999. It operated for almost 16 years until its decommissioning in March 2015.
The Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO) consists of two identical spacecraft which NASA launched in 2006 into two different heliocentric orbits
Taken on the evening of September 10 this year, this week’s image features the Great Hercules Star Cluster.
On March 27, 2020, NASA scientists saw a beautiful new comet: Comet NEOWISE. The comet is named for the Near-Earth Object Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer
The inaugural Space Education and Strategic Applications (SESA) Conference, sponsored by American Military University, will be held at the historic Quaker Meetinghouse, 2111 Florida Ave., NW, Washington, D.C., on Friday, April 17, 2020.