Category Archives for space
It’s one small step for man…
Thank you, Mr. Armstrong, for inspiring me in my pursuit of engineering.
Space Shuttle: The complete missions
As the Space Shuttle enters history after its final mission last week, here is an amazing highlight reel featuring every one of the 135 shuttle missions. Thank you, Space Shuttle, for inspiring me towards pursuing science and engineering as I … Continue reading
The real story behind the Spirit rover’s longevity.
Launch of STS-127
Another amazing space shuttle launch yesterday. This time of Space Shuttle Endeavor on mission STS-127 “completing Kibo and fulfilling Japan’s hope for an out of this world space laboratory. This came after 5 previous launch attempts were scrubbed due to … Continue reading
Today, I watched the Atlantis space shuttle liftoff for mission STS-125 live online. Space shuttle launches never fail to give me goosebumps. It’s always such a grand sight. Engineering at its very best. Be sure to watch the video at … Continue reading