Southern California teens' CubeSat, a meteor spotted over Seattle, and more news from the world of amateur space exploration.Read More
Public Labs crowdfunds its community satellite kit, Indian undergrads won a CanSat competition, and a Japanese amateur explained his passion for hunting comets. These are just some of the things amateurs around the world did while exploring space and our place in it.Read More
Kids head to this week’s Team America Rocketry Challenge, an asteroid-spotting camera, and riding the vomit comet with TJ Hooker. These are just a few headlines from the world of amateur space exploration.Read More
An off-Broadway play inspired by the one-way journey to Mars opens to good reviews, candidates speak with the media and schools, plus the latest news from human and robotic explorers of Mars.Read More
Tampa makers’ spacecraft could go to the Moon, mapping Britain’s plastic tides, and an aurora named Steve. These and more reports around the world feature the growing number of people taking space exploration in their own hands.Read More
Native American undergrads win Nasa Swarmathon, crowdsourcing relief in South Sudan, and an amateur astronomer helps discover an Earth-like world. These are just some of the stories this week from the world of amateur space exploration.Read More
Crowdfunding amateur rocket launches, citizen scientists may have found Planet 9, and using a DSLR to measure light pollution are just some of the headlines in the past week of amateur space exploration.
Over the past month, candidates for the one-way mission to Mars conducted school outreach, investments valued Mars One at $389 million, and a whole bunch of Mars science is happening (even if NASA has no leadership).Read More
Astronauts trust Alabama teens with their lives, The Crowd & The Crowd features volunteer weather-spotters, and Spanish kids discover stars that share an atmosphere. Check out these and more headlines from the world of amateur space exploration.Read More
SpaceX brings teen science back to Earth, citizen science helps typhoon recovery, and amateurs get to name their own asteroids. Read on for more about this and other news from the world of amateur space exploration.Read More
Colorado undergrads making satellites, teens cooking dessert for astronauts, and a Norwegian jazz musician finds space dust on his roof. These are just some of the headlines from amateur space explorers around the world.
Candidates publishing sci-fi, poetry, and exoplanet science. Queen of Mars premieres this month. Could Jordan's Wadi Rum substitute for Mars? The UAE's hundred-year plan for Mars. These and other headlines surround Mars One's one-way vision of the red planet.Read More
Crowdsourcing Hawaiian earthquake reports, China's high school CubeSat completes mission and the worldwide citizen science search for Planet 9 are just some of the headlines from last week's world of amateur space exploration.Read More
Kids send pink-eye science into space, storm-spotters improve forecasts, and amateurs make a Jupiter time-lapse are just some of the headlines in this week's recap of amateur space exploration.Read More