For PHEnOM, we have been assigned to propose our own research goals for our suborbital spaceflights. Before the automated ASL translation … Continue reading Spaceflight Research Goal #2: Cryogenic CO2 Removal
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?
Force fields are a common trope in science fiction, especially in Star Trek, which overuses it in my opinion 😉 It … Continue reading The Plasma Window
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
A week ago, I got into touch with a research group at Arizona State University, who had managed to get … Continue reading Spaceflight Research Goal #1: MYO Sign Language Translation
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