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Statement on Scientific Literacy from a Spaceflight Histo...

Statement on Scientific Literacy from a Spaceflight Historian

Emily Carney has written articles for AmericaSpace, Ars Technica, and other online outlets throughout the last decade. She founded the Space Hipsters group on Facebook in 2011, and has her own spaceflight blog called This Space Available     Scientific literacy is key to developing the critical thinking processes that are essential to fueling future […]

If Two Pieces Of Metal Touch In Space They Stick Together...

  This doesn’t happen on Earth, because the oxygen in our atmosphere forms an extremely thin film of oxidized metal on every exposed surface. The oxidization layer acts as a barrier that conveniently prevents chunks of metal from sticking to other chunks of metal. In the vacuum of space, however, there is no oxidation layer. […]

Hostile Work Conditions at NASA

The above post is from one of the rogue government accounts that have popped up since the new administration started censoring scientists. It’s truly disheartening to see scientists treated like this in a country that is supposed to have freedom of speech. If you work at NASA or with NASA and have a story to […]

Did NASA Land On The Moon?

Did NASA Land On The Moon?

  To me it’s hilarious that there are still people who believe we didn’t land on the moon, despite the overwhelming evidence. But then so is the case with many things. Some people think the earth is flat, global warming, conspiracy theories. It’s sad really.