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Globe-Astronomy Hot Read: ESA Spacecraft Lands on...
After ten years and billions of miles of travel, the Philae lander parted today from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft and landed on the surface of a comet....

Globe-Astronomy Hot Read: ESA Does Some Catching...
About a decade ago, the European Space Agency made a date to meet up with Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. After ten years and billions of miles, the agency’s Rosetta spacecraft caught...

Globeman-51 “Warp Drive” Not as Far-fetched as...
The trouble with interstellar travel is that (as one of the most notable authorities on the subject put it) “Space is big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely,...

Voyager_Patch After 35 Years of Travel, Voyager...
Thirty-five years ago this week, Voyager 1 was launched. Its mission—along with its sister craft, Voyager 2 (which, interestingly enough, was launched two weeks earlier)—was to explore the outer...


SpaceX_Dragon SpaceX Dragon Capsule Docks With ISS
Wrapping up this week’s story, the SpaceX Dragon capsule finally docked with the International Space Station earlier today, making it the first privately-owned craft to dock at the station....

SpaceX to Make Second Attempt Tomorrow Morning SpaceX to Make Second Attempt Tomorrow...
In case you missed the news, SpaceX’s launch attempt for a rendezvous with the International Space Station had to be scrapped just before lift off on Saturday. According to...

spacex-f9 SpaceX to Attempt Docking with ISS.
Early tomorrow morning (4:55 EDT), SpaceX—the first private company to launch, orbit, and recover a spacecraft—is going to attempt another first: being the first private company to dock a...

procorner_lastshuttle OWC Pro Corner: The Last Shuttle...
Every day, creative professionals bring something unique and different into the world. A large—and growing—number of these use OWC products as part of their workflow. Over the last year...


Episode-64_web OWC Radio #64 – Pennies For...
The usual suspects are cashing in their opinions on a wide-variety of topics this month. From the massive coin that Apple has amassed to the single penny that NASA...

(Credit: NASA/GSFC/DLR/Arizona State University) LROC Wide Angle Camera Captures The...
Okay, so we’re definitely space junkies that like to bring you the the word on cool, “out of this world” news outside of our atmosphere. The closest orb of...

WSW-Logo Honoring World Space Week | Be...
53 years ago the Space Age began, launching curious minds into a celebration of discovery. Yesterday marked the 54th launch anniversary of Sputnik 1, the satellite that drew the...

DuckAndCover Look Out!!! Incoming Satellite!
For those of you not old enough to remember Skylab and were somewhat disappointed with Mir’s rather “safe” descent into the South Pacific, we’ve got another game of “Where’s...