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Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.

Andrea Dawson6 hours ago
A Novel Solution for Efficient and Durable Deep-Space Electronics
For all of recorded human history, we've dreamed of what was beyond the sky. It's a topic that has intrigued us for millennia, and as a species, we've deemed it central to answering our most fundament...
The Multiverse Chronicles
Welcome to the first entry to the Multiverse Chronicles series. My name is Richard Johnston and the idea behind this series is to help writers come up with ideas for any story where they want to explo...
Steven Altman6 days ago
Arctic Circle and Space
Venture far enough north in the freezing climate of Norway, Finland and Sweden and you may be a little surprised to come across satellites and facilities located in the middle of nowhere. Stumbling up...
NASA's Newest Probe; InSight
InSight (Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport), NASA's most recent probe to be released into space on May 5th 2018 at approximately 4:05 AM from Vandenberg Air...
Lady Sunday4 months ago
When Our Earth Stops Spinning
If our Earth stopped spinning quickly, two important elements of our planet would continue their movements: The crust of the Earth can move hundreds of miles a day and would continue this pattern, and...
Danny Fleming5 months ago
Journey to Mars
The planet Mars has been an object of interest to many for many years. There have been many science fiction books about traveling to Mars. Several books have been written about "Martians" that are ext...
Patrick Boniface5 months ago
An Astronaut's Life
The beauty of the moon hanging in the night’s sky has been central to writing for thousands of years. The Greeks and Romans named gods after our planet's only natural satellite, yet today only 24 men ...
Patrick Boniface5 months ago
The Incredible Life of Astronaut Jim Irwin
Jim Irwin will always be remembered as the astronaut who walked on the moon and discovered God. Upon his return from space, he would try to find Noah's Ark amongst many other biblical projects. Sadly,...
Patrick Boniface5 months ago
The Incredible Life of Astronaut and Artist Alan Bean
The fourth man on the moon was nicknamed "Sarsaparilla" because he never touched a drink. He was a methodical, meticulous man who always dotted the I's and crossed the T's. He was also the only astron...
Alice Turner6 months ago
Galaxy Simulations Are at Last Matching Reality
Since the earliest days of computers, scientists have looked into their potential for simulating the cosmic processes that led to the creation of the near limitless amounts of galaxies in the observab...
Shelly Bartley6 months ago
Something That Stargazers Would Notice
This article is food for the mind decorated with thoughts that will make you wonder about what exactly is above your head. The past few years when looking in the sky I have noticed that some new stars...
Tyler Fernandez6 months ago
The Cosmonaut
A cosmonaut found himself floating calmly in the void of space. He was relaxed, his fingers locked behind him, cradling his helmet, legs crossed and supported by one another. He drifted freely and at ...
Patrick Boniface6 months ago
Duct Tape in Space
NASA is the epitome of can do attitude. It prides itself on getting the job done and done well, so how come duct tape has played such a major role in the space program to date? Duct tape is that ‘grey...
Edward German7 months ago
Asgardia the Space Kingdom
Are you ready to make your mark in outer space on an orbiting habit? Are you interested in seeing a permeant presence in space? Do you want to be able to support this vision of future? Well, Asgardia ...
Tommy Pritchard8 months ago
NASA's Dark Origins
When we think of NASA, we usually think of things like spaceships, astronauts, and Tang. However, the founders of NASA were less like the nerdy scientists you are used to seeing and more like juvenile...
Dangers of Lightspeed
As pretty much everyone knows, we have almost reached the point of no return on the consumption of our planet's resources. This can be proven with a simple google search. What you will find in that se...
Jake Thomas9 months ago
Space: The Final Frontier
Man has always had a desire to explore. The Earth was the first place to explore. Christopher Columbus explored and discovered North America. Lewis and Clark traveled across America in search of the N...
Kristen stidham9 months ago
I Spent the Day at Marshall Space Flight Center
When you’re little, you think you’re invincible. You think that when you grow up you’ll be a super hero or world-famous. It’s not uncommon to for people to ask questions like: ‘What do you want to be ...