Sure…. The Space Studies Program (SSP) is a nine week conference for participants from around the world, but did you ever think of what makes SSP tick? The staff. We … Continue Reading Deorbit, Reorbit
When a space agency breaks out the Red Bull for a rocket launch, you know it’s gonna be one heck of an exciting time. A few weeks back, ESA posted … Continue Reading My Super Scientific Sentinel Adventure
Taraustralis’ next adventure takes her to the United States! For the next 20 days, Tara will be experiencing all things NASA! From The Kennedy Space Center in Florida and the Johnson … Continue Reading Spaced out in the USA!
Anything SPACE has been my guilty pleasure for a few years, thanks to #NASASocial. It’s kinda cool to be able to channel my inner Jodie Foster on occasion. So when I … Continue Reading SpaceUp Ireland!
NASASocial is a great program, developed by the brilliant minds at NASA, which has opened up the doors of communcaiton to the widest audience possible by the use of social media. Basically, NASASocial … Continue Reading What a NASA rocket launch taught me
Last year, I attended the Wallops Island rocket launch. You can see I was totally prepared for the cold weather and long wait. There’s something you just gotta love … Continue Reading Taraustralis heads to Kennedy Space Center
You’d never guess that traveling though a first world country would have it’s trials and tribulations – it did. We traveled for seven weeks on the east coast of the … Continue Reading Trials and Tribulations in the USA