Category Archives: Space Training & Education

Path to Mars #962: Space Camp for Artists

Whew! After a very busy and intense couple of months of Space Studies at International Space University in Florida, I’ve landed back in Canada with my head stuffed full of new  ideas and a boatload of new (mostly engineering) friends … Continue reading

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Path to Mars #963: Space Studies Lesson 1 – Create A New Reality

Note:  During June and July, I’ll be featuring posts that are cross-posted to the group blog, Canadians at International Space University 2012. The original version of this post can be found here. After a week of transit, nervous and excited … Continue reading

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Path to Mars #972: You Went to the Moon and All I Got was this Lousy T-Shirt

This morning, while teaching GEO Astro Trek class at the Johnson GEO Centre I was informed by a 12-year old and rather small girl, that if I cared to visit another planet in our solar system, time would be different … Continue reading

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