Massive Cloud on a Crash course to Hit the Milky Way
Kepler Safe, For Now – April 11
Water Flowing on Mars
Documentary about Mars Exploration
Leading aerospace engineer and Mars Society President Dr. Robert Zubrin has a dream. He wants to get humans to the planet Mars in the next ten years. ( by 2024 )
For the past 15-years Zubrin and his colleagues have waged a
campaign to convince society and the political class that humans
on Mars should be the goal for NASA now.
This is the story of our cold neighboring planet and the debate over
whether man’s fate it tied to the red world. It’s the story of an
engineer’s journey – and the battle of ideas over which direction in
space will truly benefit mankind.
We’re at a crossroads today. We either muster the courage to go or
we risk the possibility of stagnation and decay.
The victor in this debate could determine the fate of mankind. Will
we become a space-faring species? Will we live on more than one
A History of NASA Ames Research Center
NASA Research Park – Projects for the Future of Space
Roving the Moon – Moon Express
Moon Express, Inc,. is a privately funded lunar transportation and data services company establishing new avenues for commercial space activities beyond Earth orbit. This company is working alongside NASA Ames scientists to built robotic rovers looking at lunar materials.
or more information about the Ames Research Center and related Projects, SEE :
Moving People on the Planet – skyTran – ( in cooperation with NASA )
skyTran is a patented, high-speed, low-cost, elevated Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system. The skyTran network of computer-controlled, 2-person “jet-like” vehicles employs state-of-the-art passive Magnetic Levitation (Maglev) technology. The system transports passengers in a fast, safe, green, and economical manner. skyTran intends to revolutionize public transportation and, with it, urban and suburban commuting.
Masters of Innovation
The innovative technology behind skyTran
Speakers: skyTran CEO, Jerry Sanders and skyTran Chief Scientist, Robert Baertsch