Drilling the Moon

Did you know some nations are planning to mine the Moon? Only 45 years after setting foot on it, we are actually thinking about drilling our satellite.

What we Know about Moon Jan10

What we Know about Moon

The moon plays a role in your life you’re not appreciating enough. Learn more about it in this infographic.

Weather Satellite Gap Dec10

Weather Satellite Gap

Experts alert that weather forecasting might become unreliable very soon due to limited data feed as the present satellite system becomes obsolete. This situation is going to have huge impact both on civilian and military side. See what causes this gap and what must be done.

Space Travel in Time

After 60 plus years of space exploration, humanity is on the verge of making space travel for entertainment a reality. Civilian space travel programs are around the corner though still not affordable for the average traveler. Check this infographic to learn more about how we are getting up.

Best Places for Stargazing

From Chile to Hawaii, here are five amazing places in the world for stargazing. Indulge yourself in the enchanting

Space Logistics

Either for the various space missions of the present or for conquest of inhabiting the most “human-friendly” planet in the future, delivering materials or transporting people to and from space is not an easy job. See the economics behind space supply chain management and the job opportunities that emerge.

Space Water Conservation

Water consumption in a space station is limited to the minimum mainly due to the extremely high transport cost. Learn about the technology that supports spacemen’s basic needs in water.

Columbia Accident Report Mar18

Columbia Accident Report

Read an overview of the investigation on Columbia mission STS107 accident, according to which the cause of the shuttle’s collapse during descent roots to malfunction of the rocket system during launch and ascent.

Sky’s not Blue Mar06

Sky’s not Blue

It’s not a hype, not even a rumor. It’s simple physics that explain the blue – violet illusion. You must have heard that sky is not actually blue but rather colorless. Find here the reasoning.

Meteor Bang 2013 Feb20

Meteor Bang 2013

It’s raining rocks, big rocks! Space.com reports on the recent meteor mayhem happened in Russia and parallels the incident with the one of the latest and biggest recorded bangs in Tunguska of Siberia about 100 years ago.

How Small We Are

You know we are a drop in our solar bucket. But do you realize the scale? This loooooong graph puts the solar system on a webpage and presents milestones from the space history based on the longest distance man has managed to reach.

Space Shuttle Mileage Feb05

Space Shuttle Mileage

Have a look at the distances covered so far by the various space shuttles during expeditions on the Moon and Mars.

Skydive From Space Nov07

Skydive From Space

Jump, jump jump. Felix, the Austrian daredevil made it to the top after breaking skydive altitude record and setting that at 36.6 Km. See the facts and the gear needed for such a feat

Earth Radiation Belts

Here you learn about the Van Allen radiation belts. It’s not something new (for the sci-world at least) but it’s the first time that scientists endeavour to unveil their mysterious behavior and examine their reactions to solar storms.

Moon Observation Map

Do you love to be a moon watcher or observer? Find your way around the moon, learn its phases, its morphology, and other secrets that will enhance your experience and give you a push to use your gear more often if you are an space hobbist.

Alien Civilisations Sep24

Alien Civilisations

We are not alone! Some high science here. Learn the formula for calculating the number of alien civilizations, look high and say Hi!

Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Sep06

Apollo 11 Lunar Landing

It’s been more than 40 years since man walked on the moon. Learn some details for the crew, the flight and the landing phase of the Apollo 11 lunar expedition.

Pluto Five Moons

How many fullmoons would you wish to have? Pluto gets a space floodlight!

Kounotori Spacecraft Close Up Aug15

Kounotori Spacecraft Close Up

Anatomy of the japanese unmanned cargo spaceship designed to transfer supplies and equipment to the International Space Station.

Expedition Mars History

Earth calls Mars! O’er. There have been numerous efforts since the 60’s to land, explore or orbit the red planet but half of them were successful. See the story of the most extreme space challenge.


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