Ben SandilandsJul 30, 20173 Comments
A small but potentially lethal micro-asteroid this way comes, and its harmless encounter with Earth may yield vital lessons to avoid a future catastrophic collision
Ben SandilandsJul 21, 20173 Comments
To those readers who saw Apollo 11 fly to the moon and back, happy Moon Day 48
Ben SandilandsApr 23, 201714 Comments
One last glimpse, between Saturn's rings, of home planet Earth for the epic Cassini space mission
Ben SandilandsApr 4, 20172 Comments
Many worlds, but one Gateway to bind them all, coming to Our Space, from Boeing
Ben SandilandsMar 29, 20172 Comments
May you build a ladder to the stars, and stand on every rung...May you be forever young, Bob Dylan
Ben SandilandsFeb 14, 20174 Comments
Every day NASA shows the curious views of the solar system's planets and moons no human has ever seen before
Ben SandilandsJan 17, 20173 Comments
The band of lunar heroes is thinned by the death of another moonwalker Eugene Cernan
Ben SandilandsDec 6, 20161 Comment
Nice shots but what about the rocket rides?
Ben SandilandsSep 30, 20167 Comments
Like the Rosetta stone after which the space mission was named, the mother ship and its once lost child have helped decipher the natural history of the solar system
Ben SandilandsSep 6, 20162 Comments
Philae's hiding place has been exposed on a comet that proved almost everything science believed about such objects was wrong
Ben SandilandsSep 3, 20161 Comment
Juno's first very close images of Jupiter drew a blank but it has just totally changed science's view of its polar regions
Ben SandilandsJul 5, 201613 Comments
Why has NASA lied about its latest Jupiter probe Juno? Has PR become more important than science truth?
Ben SandilandsMay 29, 2016
The long wait for the next great manned space adventures beyond Earth orbits and Moon landings is drawing to an end as the Orion missions begin to take substance
Ben SandilandsMay 1, 2016
In the dark recesses of the outer Solar System, an almost invisible micro-moon has been found orbiting a bright-ish dwarf planet
Ben SandilandsApr 17, 20161 Comment
Space flight to the outer planets and stars could become both possible and fast if two new concepts can be made to work.
Ben SandilandsApr 13, 20164 Comments
A cloud of 'Starchips' could reach the three stars closest to our solar system in our children's lifetimes.
Ben SandilandsApr 9, 201627 Comments
SpaceX plans a global satellite based disruption of broadband networks and reusing launch rockets is part of its strategy.
Ben SandilandsApr 8, 20162 Comments
Steep climbing Mars Rover Opportunity glimpses twister raging across red planet crater floor