When you look up at the night sky, you can see stars, planets and, occasionally, the reflected glint off the International Space Station (ISS) or another satellite as it passes over your location. What you can’t see are the tens of millions of particles of space debris in orbit, including most of the nearly 16,000 objects which are 10 centimeters in diameter (baseball size) or larger. [Read more…]
SpaceUp is a fun, free-form conference about anything and everything related to space. SpaceUps are based on the widely successful “unconference” format where attendees, themselves, are the primary drivers of the content, structure and schedule of the conference.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist, engineer, astronaut, educator, or space geek to attend, yet you will meet and gain insights from people in many of these fields at a SpaceUp conference! [Read more…]
Undoubtedly, you already use many of these essential space, science, technology, education and mathematics websites, but I’ve included enough to ensure there are a few you haven’t visited or haven’t yet fully explored. This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all possible sites; rather, it’s a convenient page to bookmark and consult as needed. [Read more…]