It’s a day of missions. I just left the MESSENGER session to sit in on part of the SELENE mission session. This new craft on the block is a Japanese produced and is returned hi resolution images and movies back to Earth as it systematically acquires topographic maps of Earth’s moon. SELENE, which is also […]
This is going to be another crazy wonderful week on Astronomy Cast Live. Just like we covered the American Astronomical Society meeting last January, this week we will be covering BOTH the launch of STS-123 and the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, TX. Making this possible are: Scott Miller (A SIUE student I […]
This newspaper article really says all that needs to be said (hat tip to Chuck Pullen). I didn’t know until I read this that ISS was only funded through 2016. It’s insane how much money we’re spending for something that still fails to meet its international obligations and has very limited science capabilities.