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From Brunskill School to Mars: Dream big

Olaf Storaasli was in his early teens the first time he drank coffee. He bought a cup for a nickel to warm himself up after an afternoon of tobogganing on a neighbourhood hill. 1,876 more words


Have lunch with a NASA astronaut at Florida's Kennedy Space Center

When you sit down to have lunch with NASA astronaut Don Thomas he can tell you about the time he was all strapped in and ready to blast off into the wild blue yonder in the Space Shuttle Atlantis. 713 more words


Of space shuttles and love-sick woodpeckers, 1995

For NASA, 1995 was quite the robust year.

The space agency in 1995 launched its 100th human mission, sending a crew of five Americans and two Russians into Earth orbit on June 27. 519 more words

Watershed Year

Is Space Tourism Travelling Faster Than Space Law?

By Gbenga Oduntan

Space Daily

Space tourism is fast becoming the new frontier in the transportation business. Driven by profit-making private venture capital, the push to offer customers some direct or indirect experience with space travel is no longer the stuff of comic books or science fiction. 188 more words


Students' experiment explodes for a second time with SpaceX rocket failure

Three high school students were going to get the science lesson of a lifetime by flying their experiment in space.

Instead they got a life lesson about loss, but more importantly about determination, as they watched… 403 more words