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by | Jul 25, 2020

Mars. I’m launching July 30, 2020, on an Atlas V-451 rocket, from Cape Canaveral. Yep — got my boarding pass…

by | May 28, 2020

Assuming the weather holds up, this Saturday at 3:22 p.m. EDT will mark the first humans to be delivered into…

by | Jul 20, 2019

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy boldly declared that the United States would send a man to the moon and safely bring him…

by | Jul 20, 2019

Fifty years ago tonight, there were about 200 of us crowded around a small black and white television set at…

by | Jul 20, 2019

Tinsel Town is worried about American jingoism. In First Man, a 2018 movie about Neil Armstrong, the first man to…

by | Jul 19, 2019

Man ascended to the glorious heavens and sank to the murky depths 50 years ago this weekend. The juxtaposition serves…

by | Feb 15, 2019

Opportunity, Spirit, Curiosity, there is something in the Mars rovers that touches something deeply human and pulls at the heartstrings….

by | Jan 21, 2019

As president of the United States, Donald Trump might be the official head of the federal executive branch, but climate…

by | Dec 5, 2018

When he represented Oklahoma in the U.S. Congress, Jim Bridenstine was a conservative hero, earning lifetime scores of 97% from Conservative Review,…

by | Aug 9, 2018

Shocker — I think the federal government does a few, very few, things well. One of those functions is space…

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