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Nuclear Rockets

I know that I haven’t updated my blog in a little while (when I say a little while, I mean a couple of months at least), get pretty bored at work, especially considering that I’m idle for about 10 to 20 minutes at a time, and each of those occur about twice or three times each hour, and often during those times I read some news. 632 more words

Beyond Our Reach?

Finishing the week of patterns, I felt compelled to make something with a deep space theme, after visiiting Kerfe ansd Nina’s blog Method Two Madness… 38 more words


China’s nuclear spaceships will be ‘mining asteroids and flying astronauts to the moon’ as it aims to overtake US in space race

State media publishes Chinese scientists’ ambitious plans to revolutionise space travel and exploration in coming decades

China is on course to develop nuclear-powered space shuttles by 2040, and will have the ability to mine resources from asteroids and build solar power plants in space soon after, according to state media. 679 more words

How Far Is Everything?: A Guide To Driving To The End Of The Universe.

This, is us; Earth, the planet where your entire life and the lives of everyone you know take place. Unless you’re an astronaut, I suppose. But where exactly is the Earth? 1,784 more words


An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield

I’d seen his version of “Space Oddity” performed in space and been a fan ever since. When I found out he wrote a book, I put it on my TBR list and picked it now because it gave me a letter in my reading challenge. 410 more words

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