http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2011/0429/Cracker-size-satellites-to-launch-with-Space-Shuttle-Endeavour A new mini satellite has need developed to drift down through the atmosphere upon release and gather information about the makeup of the atmosphere of the planet being studied. They could drift slowly down through the atmosphere and sample the various layers on the way down giving humanity a valuable insight into the real …

The first man in space was Yuri Gargarin who was born in 1934 the son of a carpenter, he went into orbit in 1961 beating the Americans and establishing the Soviet Union as a leader in the space race. The Americans made it to the Moon, but the Russians were the first to make it …

Destiny drifts closer to the red dwarf. I watched an interesting Documentary about life in the future and they were talking about how humans would survive in the distant future trying to avoid entropy, or the heat death of the Universe. They ended up with space stations in very close orbit around a white dwarf …