They might come – if we can get off Earth in a decent timeframe. Until then, sci-fi writers, take a gander at this idea for a Martian city! See the Wild Plans for Nüwa, a Proposed City on Mars Built Inside a Giant Cliff By Vanessa Bates Ramirez May 19, 2021 Despite being able to land rovers on … Continue reading “If You Build It….”
Well, they are not there yet. But some of them had their eyes on the stars – quite literally! You can learn more about one such saint through the link below, readers. Check it out! St. Maximilian Kolbe designed his own spaceship to fly to the moon By Philip Kosloski St. Maximilian Kolbe is most well-known … Continue reading Saints in Space!?
Someone needs to invent a spaceship that will take us back to the moon. Then someone needs to put a base on the moon, so we can move on to Mars. At this point, it is just infuriating that we have not continued to explore the stars. There is too much that we have left … Continue reading New Discoveries for a New Generation
Learn about this recent, wet discovery on Ceres, readers! Dwarf Planet Ceres Has a Secret Saltwater Ocean George Dvorsky 8/11/20 12:19PM Scientists are attributing the mysterious bright spots on Ceres, the largest object in the main asteroid belt, to a gigantic reservoir of salty water beneath the dwarf planet’s crust. Subsurface oceans are the kind … Continue reading Secrets of the Dwarf Planet
This young lady appears to have found a way to do it. The article is four years old, but that doesn't make it any less interesting. Check out the piece linked here to learn more, readers! 13-Year-Old Israeli Girl Develops Satellite System for Producing Oxygen in Space by Ruthie Blum JANUARY 21, 2016 6:52 PM … Continue reading Producing Oxygen in Space – Is It Possible?
Space exploration appears to be gaining popularity around the world these days. While it would have been nice to have never lost interest in the practice, we can at least be glad there is so much renewed attention on the stars. Learn more about Japan’s plans to visit the moons of the Red Planet in … Continue reading From Japan to the Moons of Mars