Category Archives: Study

Spend Two Days in PA

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Are you diabetic?  Or have high blood pressure? You might be eligible for a Space Flight Research Program! “UTMB is working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation to investigate how persons with common … Continue reading

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Another Educational Resource

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On a different page of the Uwingu site, they offer free info to help you learn some interesting stuff… “At Uwingu, we want you involved in space science, but we also want you to have the very best space science … Continue reading

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See Emily’s Snapshots

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Emily Lakdawalla produces a series of videos called Snapshots from Space.  These are videos mostly about space photographs.  We mentioned one the other day. “An occasional video series featuring Emily Lakdawalla, talking to you about the worlds in our solar system … Continue reading

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Study Peter’s Laws

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Peter’s Laws:  The Creed of the Persistent and Passionate Mind Previous version: In a recent video, Dr. Peter Diamandis reveals the source of Rule #1:  “If anything can go wrong, fix it! To hell with Murphy.” and how it has helped … Continue reading

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Converting Pee to Power

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When we live and work and play off world, we must live in habitats much smaller than our garden planet Earth.  That means, we must get much, much better at reusing and recycling, in every way possible. This includes our … Continue reading

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Watch the Weather – the Space Weather

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We briefly mentioned space weather in the post Discover a Comet yet we must stress the importance of being aware of our environment surrounding our celestial neighborhood. The pertinence of this was demonstrated recently by our nearest star, the Sun. … Continue reading

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Ride the Vomit Comet!

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There are several ways to simulate microgravity sensations, here on Earth. Swing high on a sturdy playground swing set and you’ll get a fraction of a second of that sensation – seemingly unfettered by gravity. Drop things down a deep … Continue reading

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Plan a Trip?

From:  Futuristic News Technological progress has made space tourism, suborbital trips and trips to the Moon a reality. Oscar Viñals has recently presented an innovative space tourism project. The SXT-A Iron Speed (Space XL Transporter – Advanced) aircraft concept combines … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading!

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I urge you to read Space Exploration and Money Mechanics by Armen Papazian.  This may be the single most important document for us to absorb and develop. I’m working through it myself right now.  Don’t dally, if you do anything … Continue reading

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Continuing Education

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Discovered just a few days ago, this educational resource has been around since 1970 apparently. “Launchspace Training offers a unique service to the international space community. Since 1970, thousands of space industry professionals have been attending high-intensity professional development courses … Continue reading

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