Exploring Saturn’s Mysterious North Pole Hexagon

The peerless Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí once proclaimed there are no straight lines in nature. Born in the 1850s, he clearly lived in a time when Saturn’s mysteries were still somewhat enigmatic. Gaudí is proof that intellectual brilliance is no guarantee against being dead wrong.

NASA’s Plans for the Artemis Lunar Lander Move Forward

The Artemis program is a crewed spaceflight program in which NASA plans to land the first woman and next man on the south pole region of the moon by 2024.

Carl Sagan and the Dunning-Kruger Effect, Part I

Dr. Carl Sagan was a 20th-century astronomer, author and public educator. He was arguably one of the greatest scientific luminaries of his time.

When Will Spacecraft Return to the Surface of Venus?

In today’s new space race between countries and corporations, headlines are filled with topics on Mars, asteroid mining, satellite warfare, a new U.S. space force and another wave of Moon expeditions.

Exploring Saturn’s Mysterious North Pole Hexagon

NASA’s Plans for the Artemis Lunar Lander Move Forward

Carl Sagan and the Dunning-Kruger Effect, Part I

When Will Spacecraft Return to the Surface of Venus?

The peerless Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí once proclaimed there are no straight lines in nature. Born in the 1850s, he clearly lived in a time when Saturn’s mysteries were still somewhat enigmatic. Gaudí is proof that intellectual brilliance is no guarantee against being dead wrong.