Flying on Mars

Mar 31, 2021 NASA Aeronautics on Mars (and Earth) NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover successfully landed on the Red Planet on Feb. 18. The probe is carrying a small helicopter called Ingenuity that could result in the Martian equivalent of the Wright Brothers first historic flight on Earth. A small team of NASA’s aeronautical innovators contributed […]

Photos From Mars

Photo From NASA’s Mars Rover Shows Where Ancient Lake and River May Have Joined byAdmin on3:47 PMinSpace NASA’s Perseverance rover has captured a spectacular image of an area near its landing site that scientists believe was the location where an ancient Martian lake and river once joined. The rover’s landing site, which NASA has named after the late […]

Women in Motion Documentary About Space (Do you Remember Star Trek?)

The Nichelle Nichols Documentary: WOMAN IN MOTION is out and Streaming Across the Universe! My good friend Ivor Dawson from the “Traveling Space Museum.” Is in this new documentary.  He has been supporting Nichelle Nichols for several years and he is currently helping me with the Barboza Space Center’s First School on Mars astronaut training program.   I […]

Growing Seeds on Mars

Seeds on Mars Growing plants on the surface of the Moon and MarsResearchers tested the growth of 10 different common food crops in simulated regolith, a rocky substance lacking organic material found on the surface of Mars and the Moon. Posted on October 5, 2020 by Jéssica Carneiro Oliveira The reality of being able to live and settle […]

Chemistry on Mars

Advance Placement Chemistry Training for Junior Astronauts working at the Barboza Space Center  Feature StoryTyler Irving Just over a year ago, the biggest Mars space exploration vehicle, or rover, yet built was gently lowered from a rocket-powered ‘sky crane’ onto the surface of the red planet. Known to the public as Curiosity, the rover’s proper name […]