Today is the International Day of Women

“If we work together on an international level we will survive and thrive on Mars,”  said, Bob Barboza, USA, Barboza Space Center.   We have plans to offer more opportunities to women at an international level.   We have fellowships for our international Mars community project.  We need more women. We are looking for women […]

Build A Wall for Asteroids

If an asteroid hits, we’re in even more trouble than we thought, study says If reality ever follows Hollywood movies like Armageddon or Deep Impact and a massive chunk of space debris comes hurling toward our planet, then we’re in trouble. New evidence shows that asteroids are even tougher and harder to destroy than we […]

Chemistry and Citizen Science

The Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements One hundred and fifty years ago the Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev (pronounced “Men-de-LAY-ev”) put together a chart showing the fundamental arrangement in chemistry:  the periodic table of the chemical elements.  This is a chart that lists the elements in order of ascending atomic number and groups elements with […]

AI in the Classrooms on Mars

Artificial Intelligence Is Attracting Investors, Inventors, and Academic Researchers Worldwide The researchers at the Barboza Space Center are paying close attention to how artificial intelligence will play a role in the future of going to school on Mars.   You might find this article by Sean Cavanagh interesting.   http://www.BarbozaSpaceCenter.com Sean Cavanagh Senior Editor Click […]

What will we eat in space?

Eating your veggies, even in space by Staff Writers Oslo, Norway (SPX) Jan 07, 2019 Wolff found that the plants can “smell” or detect how much nutrition is available when she ran experiments in climate-regulated growth chambers in the Netherlands. Photo: Silje Wolff Fresh food is so attractive to astronauts that they toasted with salad […]