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Tag Archive: space

The Most Important Thing I Learned From Hubble

In 1990, NASA launched a multibillion-dollar telescope into space. Within weeks, everyone realized something had gone wrong. The pictures Hubble was capturing were a drastically lower  quality than intended. In fact, they were… Continue reading

The Stars Are For Everyone

“Make no mistake, this journey will help guide and define our generation.” Last week, I had the privilege of attending the State of NASA, which is essentially the same thing as the State… Continue reading

Why You Should Be As Excited About Orion As your Grandparents Were About Apollo

In case you haven’t heard, we’re going to Mars. I’m not talking a robot or probe. I mean actual living, breathing, human beings. Last week NASA, with help from Lockheed Martin, successfully performed… Continue reading

The Morality of Space Exploration

Imagine sitting next to Thomas Edison as he is creating the light bulb, and all of a sudden, someone walks in and says, “Tom, would you put that away! There are real problems… Continue reading

Want to Talk to NASA?

If you could ask NASA a question what would it be? On Monday, October 27th, NASA will be launching the Orbital Sciences’ Antares rocket at 6:45 p.m. The rocket is heading to the International… Continue reading

Why NASA is Vital to America

If you were to ask me as a child what I wanted to be when I grew up, the answer would not have been a ballerina, doctor, or firefighter. It would have been… Continue reading