Are we alone in the universe?

Why NASA still believes we might find life on Mars By Sarah Kaplan July 30 How and when will humans get to Mars?   Play Video3:43 Jim Green, head of NASA’s planetary science division, answers your questions about human travel to Mars. (Gillian Brockell, Sarah Kaplan/The Washington Post) The day Gil Levin says he detected life on Mars, he was […]

Mars Society Panel Includes Bob Barboza

Panel to Discuss STEM Education & Pathway to Red Planet at 2016 Mars Society Convention Bob Barboza will be presenting on the opening of the new Barboza Space Center and participating on the STEM educational panel.  He leads a team of scientists, engineers and educators as they prototype solutions for Martian habits, satellites , robots and science […]

Barboza Space Center Following (NOAA/NASA) Reports on Climate Change

  We are working with both NASA and NOAA to keep our students informed of what is going on with our environment.   We have been sharing our news reports with  We invite you to follow along. Bob Barboza, Founder/Director ,, email:   Arctic Climate Change and the Chukchi Borderland Region Open […]

Conducting Experiments Aboard the International Space Station

The Barboza Space Center is looking to conduct experiments in zero gravity with flatworms.  NanoRacks to Launch Second Generation Plate Reader to NASA’s International Space Station Houston, TX – July 12, 2016 – NanoRacks, LLC, a leading provider of commercial pathway solutions aboard the International Space Station, is launching the NanoRacks Plate Reader-2 to […]