Posts Tagged ‘space‘

What we left on the moon

by Glen Hiemstra on 06/09/11 at 4:20 pm |   Once upon a time, in a Galaxy far, far away, we went to the Moon.

Colonizing Space and Yesterday’s Dreams

By Glen Hiemstra | August 26th, 2011 I grew up on this stuff. In the 1970′s some at NASA believed it may be realistic to be building colonies in orbit of up to 10,000 people, by…about now. It may have been, had we really wanted

Our Future in Space: Moving Offworld

By Glen Hiemstra | July 21st, 2011 Three milestones in space were passed in the last four days. The NASA spacecraft Dawn began its close approach to the second largest of the know asteroids in the asteroid belt, the asteroid Vesta. The final space shuttle blog: Space Tourism 2011

Written by Glen Hiemstra and Catherine Otten The space experience race is on. I have always wanted to go into space. It could happen sooner than we think. All I need is the money. According to the Space Tourism Society, billionaires such as Paul Allen,

The Next Stage of Space Travel

From David Houle at MediaBizBloggers: “A couple of months ago, I was fortunate enough to be given a hard hat tour of Spaceport America. This is where the next stage of space travel will begin in the next 18 months. This is where the dream