In an article published today, Ars outlines a NASA rescue plan that could have saved the Columbia’s crew. And, man, it would’ve made a great movie. Until you let reality set in.
Interesting news about Russia’s doomed space shuttle program including what happened to it after the program was folded.
According to a NASA proposal to the White House, a waystation could be built at the Earth-Moon Lagrange Point 2 to serve Moon and Mars exploration programs. But while it’s an awesome idea, what are the chances it’s actually going to get off the ground.
A couple of United States Representatives are proposing a way to ensure NASA projects have continued funding through their lifetimes. Good? Bad? We say good.
NASA’s trotting around the retired shuttles like it’s something to be proud of. But with nothing to replace them, should we really be celebrating?