Monthly Archives: September 2011

Path to Mars #997: Space Food

Do you have a flair for chemistry and love food? You may want to consider joining the world of Food Science. We’ve come a long way since the tubed food packets on those first space missions, and it’s all thanks … Continue reading

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Path to Mars #998: ATX

For those of you out there whose dream to become an astronaut was snuffed out by a failing grade in calculus, fear not! Space wanderers can rekindle that dream thanks to the Kennedy Space Center`s Astronaut Training Experience (ATX).¬† This … Continue reading

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Path to Mars #999: Stellarium

Stellarium¬† describes itself as a “free open source planetarium for your computer.” That’s right, folks. This isn’t just software. When you install Stellarium you get instant guided access to the heavens above. There is a choc-a-bloc library of stars, constellations, … Continue reading

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