Well it’s here. December 21st. The winter solstice.
The superstorm that ravaged the East Coast was enormous, even when seen from space.
“Touchdown confirmed,” said engineer and MIT grad Allen Chen. “We’re safe on Mars.”
Looking around our nation, it’s obvious that we need more heroines and heroes with Sally Ride’s brave and courageous character. Her inspiration and legacy must live on to create the heroines – and heroes – of the future.
Fifty years ago Monday, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth. This weekend, the team that helped make that happen gathered at The Kennedy Space Center.
The last total lunar eclipse of the year is Saturday. And there won’t be another one for three years.
NASA space junk scientists believe that all — or nearly all — of the parts of their 20-year-old dead satellite safely plunged into the Pacific Ocean, likely missing land. But they aren’t certain.
A dead 6-ton satellite baffled NASA experts Friday by slowing its descent toward Earth and delaying its ultimate crash until the early part of the weekend.
For some, the only memory that filters through is Tang. Sad.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Museum of Science in Boston Friday to watch history unfold.