An Urgent Mission Currently Waits for the New Space Force

Whatever the origin or wisdom of the notion to start up a new military force focused on space operations, there is momentum in this direction.

Eileen Collins, Space Pioneer, Recounts Her Historic Career

Eileen Collins, a former NASA astronaut, and the first woman Space Shuttle pilot, was the featured lunchtime speaker at the International Space Development Conference (ISDC) Thursday in Arlington, Virginia.

Apollo Paves the Way for the Next Great Space Adventure

There are few instances in history that compare to the moments NASA provided the world during the Apollo program.

Our Lack of Focus on Near-Earth Objects Could Lead to Earth’s Destruction

On December 3, 1941, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, then one of the largest newspapers in Hawaii, published an article with a headline that read “HOUSE VOTES ANTI-STRIKE BILL.” The article was referring to legislation about labor unions that was under consideration in Congress.

An Urgent Mission Currently Waits for the New Space Force

Eileen Collins, Space Pioneer, Recounts Her Historic Career

Apollo Paves the Way for the Next Great Space Adventure

Our Lack of Focus on Near-Earth Objects Could Lead to Earth’s Destruction

Jeff Bezos’s Grandiose, But Completely Possible, Vision of Space Colonization

By Glynn Cosker
Contributor, In Space News

At a recent media event in Washington, D.C., Amazon founder Jeff Bezos revealed some more details about his new rocket company, Blue Origin, and revealed a prototype of a new lunar landing vehicle. However, that did not make the headlines – something else did.

The APUS chapter of Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) recently hosted a presentation by AMU alumna Major Eleanor Morgan, who spoke about her background and professional career path. She also offered some advice to those in the audience who might be interested in pursuing a STEM  career.