Rockets of Human Spaceflight Great infographic showing the different rockets that have made (and will continue to make) human spaceflight possible. Developed by Tyler Skrabek of www.skrabek.com.
The March/April edition of Aloft magazine, published by the Seattle Museum of Flight contained the great graphic on how private companies are filling the gaps in American Spaceflight capability. I hope you agree that the future is very bright! .pdf available at https://www.spaceadventures.com/uploads/Aloft_Filling_the_void.pdf
See the Earth from a completely different perspective - from the satellites in space. http://video.pbs.org/video/2334144059/
Did you know you can see the International Space Station from your house? Now NASA is providing an email update service to let you know exactly when. Very cool!http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/index.cfm
Where have we been in space - 50 Years of Space Exploration. I missed this very cool graphic when it was first published 3 years ago. Original at http://www.flickr.com/photos/adamcrowe/4002050596/in/set-72157622579426670/
(We always knew it was cool!) Great article by Wilson da Silva, looking back at an awesome summer for space - capped off by Felix Baumgartner’s awesome jump! http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/society-and-culture/space-is-the-new-black-20121016-27o43.html
Great video to refresh your memory on how gravity works.
Why explore space? A letter written in 1970 by NASA's Dr. Stuhlinger. Still relevant today.