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Advancing Careers in Space with WEX Foundation in San Antonio, Texas 2

Exploring in simulated lunar caves. Launching high altitude balloons. Programming robots and autonomous vehicles. Designing and producing objects with 3-D printers. This is how advancing careers in space is done with the WEX Foundation, an educational nonprofit based in San Antonio, Texas, that happens to be founded by a sought-after space architect, Sam Ximenes. The […]


Can we talk about a space exploration book for kids ages 3-5

What is the youngest age that we can inspire kids with the topic of space exploration? As someone who wants to see more “rocket scientists” in the world, that is a question I’ve been asking myself as 2020 comes to a close. For the teachers and educators out there – When is the soonest in […]


How You – yes YOU – can Build and Fly Space Experiments!

This is a special guest post from Elizabeth Kennick, President of Teachers in Space Did you know, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to do your own space research? Teachers in Space has helped teachers, students, and other space enthusiasts build, fly, and collect data from low cost experiments since 2012.  From eleventh-graders […]


Space Renaissance International

An Introduction to the Space Renaissance movement from its co-founder

I am thrilled to provide this guest article from Adriano Autino, the President and co-founder of Space Renaissance International. Whether you are technically a rocket scientist or not, or ever will be one, the space renaissance is open to everyone who chooses to join it. If you share the values of SRI, as I do, […]


Resolved: the Next Global Pandemic Will Spare the Human Lunar Settlement

100 years. That is how long it has been since humanity has seen a deadly global pandemic. Early 2020 has provided much of humanity with an abundance of time and solitude to reflect. To assess our current situation. And to think about how we will move ahead with the rest of our lives. One consequence […]


This website is in a parking orbit – here’s why

As we approach the end of another annual orbit around our sun in 2019 – and the end of another decade – I hope you are spending time with reflection and goal setting while you also enjoy the holiday celebrations. Along with my festivities and reflections, I have been wondering what to do with this […]