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The STEAM Movement: Why Space Needs It

One common misconception is that the arts and technical subjects are polar opposites. In fact, the contrary is true. The action of integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) with the arts continues to be taken across the globe. 495 more words


Astro - Anatomy (Fear Floating)

Artist: Billy Cahill

F i f o T BoT. E m M d W  H m!


Boy, was this a fun one. I got the idea of this while listening to Don’t Fear the Reaper (of course). Well, I turned the sing on repeat, grabbed some references and got to it! 103 more words


NASA astronaut on verge of becoming oldest woman in space

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is on the verge of becoming the oldest woman in space, adding to her long list of barrier-breaking records. 635 more words


Off Target

I once met a man who fell from the stars, his intended target was not Earth, but Mars. When I queried why he would visit said place, so desolate, cold, a cosmic disgrace. 21 more words


How NASA Will Choose Astronauts for Its Incredible Journey to Mars

(Source: www.wired.com)

Christine Corbett Moran was in Antarctica when she got the news: NASA wanted to interview her, in person, for the next class of astronauts. 1,158 more words


Sky Queen: Update.

Tabitha’s sequel is days away.

My first priority is to apologise to you all – this has taken much longer than I wanted it to. On the flip side, I think (I hope) I’ve finally finished a decent sequel for you. 92 more words