A Decade of the International Space Station

The Space Shuttle Endeavour safely landed at Edwards yesterday, which celebrated a decade of continuous operation last week.


Another “Roadmap”

The Planetary Society, the keepers of Carl Sagan’s flame, released a report that recommended a re-orientation of the Vision for Space Exploration


Hitting a bull’s-eye on the Moon

I am in Bangalore, sitting awake in my hotel room at 4 am.


The Moon, space and other things

I've been asked to continue blogging on lunar exploration, the space program in general, and the relationship of both to broader society.

The PSLV rocket that launched Chandrayaan-1, on its way to the pad.

India Aims for the Moon

A US scientist reports from the scene of India's first lunar launch.

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