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Watch First One-Year ISS Crew Launch LIVE Tomorrow!

This Crew Earth Observation photo shows the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, the site of tomorrow’s launch of the first one-year crew for the International Space Station.  63 more words


Today in the History of Technology - March 18

Hi, friends! While you nurse your Irish hangover (two Excedrin, a tall glass of water and a strong cup of coffee normally does it for me), I urge you to consider the great achievements of past innovators and engineers. 99 more words


The senses in space: Alexei Leonov and the first space walk

50 years ago today cosmonaut Alexei Leonov became the first human to conduct a spacewalk – or, less romantically, EVA (extra-vehicular activity) – when he left his Voshkod 2 spacecraft for an awe inspiring and stressful 12 minutes. 382 more words



March 18th in history:

On March 18th, 1850, businessmen William Fargo and Henry Wells combined their express mail businesses to start American Express. They started another famous delivery and banking company a short time later, with Wells getting first billing. 89 more words

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Today in the History of Technology - March 6

Good morning, all! Today’s first article is brought to you by caffeine. Having gone to bed just after 2:00AM last night, it is by divine providence and lots of coffee that I am awake at the moment. 122 more words


Divinity #1 (Valiant)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Time Is Not Absolute in Valiant’s New Sci-Fi Series.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Amy Okamoto.

In the 1960s, Russian cosmonaut Abram Adams was sent on an extended secret mission to the far-flung reaches of space. 418 more words



This article expands my knowledge of Russian Cosmonauts. This whole time, I thought they were armed to shoot Americans and aliens.

I am going to purchase this book. 20 more words