- Google Mars is up and running. Look around the red planet in elevation, visible, and infrared views. See the history of spacecraft on the surface. Impress you friends.
- Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is circling Mars. Can't wait for the pictures to start rolling in.
- The Republican study committee has decided the VSE needs to be but to save money. Of course they want to keep the shuttle flying. What?? Tales of the Helosphere has comments.
- James Oberg talks about the discovery of water and why Enceladus matters
- STS-121 is pretty much pushed back to July.
- Sam Dinkin talks about all the news from SpaceX lately.
- Spaceport Sheboygan is coming along.
- The ESA telescope Corot is to be launched this year. It is designed to detect rocky extra-solar planets.
- Mark Williams is optimistic about private space's future.
- The Rocky Mountain News has an article on LM/Northrup's CEV proposal.
- A discussion on the future of space tourism activity. ed- They seem to imply that suborbital trips cost $20 million, which is false.
- Check out today's Space Review for (as always) interesting articles
1. space beyond the atmosphere of the earth.
prag·ma·tism (prgm-tzm) n. A way of approaching situations or solving problems that emphasizes practical applications and consequences.
Monday, March 13, 2006
Posted by Dan Schrimpsher at 8:56 AM