Miles O’Brien was on PBS Newshour today, talking about the significance of the liquid water on Mars discovery. He correctly … Continue reading Implications of Liquid Water on Mars for Human Bases
A common misconception among laymen is that NASA gets much more money than it actually does. This year, NASA’s budget … Continue reading Space Science with Space Resources – The Future?
The advent of small, highly integrated spacecraft – also known as CubeSats – in the last decade has opened up … Continue reading Batteries in the Outer Solar System
Besides academic success and good health, one of the most important “soft” traits an astronaut can have is humility. NASA … Continue reading The Importance of Humility
Of the electives we can take as PHEnOM astronaut candidates, foreign language training is proving to be the most popular. … Continue reading PHEnOM Training: Foreign Languages
The last year has been an interesting one. In this time, I’ve graduated from York University with a honors bachelor … Continue reading HYPATIA (Part 1)