The space sector in Africa is growing, though this may come as a surprise to some. Making people aware of scientific progress is the realm…View More What are the latest developments in Africa’s space sector?
Africa’s space sector is growing, but will it include marginalized communities? Common criticisms of STEM fields is that they exclude women and people of color.…View More How does one help women of color overcome barriers to careers in STEM?
As humanity increasingly establishes itself off Earth, what laws will govern its activities? On this planet, governments enforce their own national legal systems, and international…View More Who defines laws in outer space?
Should humans leave Earth at all? Oftentimes, particularly in communities of people who are interested in outer space, this question is given little real consideration.…View More Should humans stay on Earth?
It’s a job that many space enthusiasts would love: being a space journalist. It allows one to cover exploration of the cosmos and also fulfill…View More What is it like being a space journalist?
If there’s any demographic that seems to dominate the space industry, it’s straight white males. But hopefully that is changing. Many organizations and individuals are…View More How does one address gender inequality in the space industry?
Religion and science are typically thought of as being like oil and water: they don’t mix well. But some individuals consider the intersection of…View More Religion and Space Colonization
What is the relationship between racial identity and a scientific field like physics? At first glance, they seem disconnected: one is a phenomenon of…View More Racial Identity and Physics
Student projects are fun learning experiences. Some focus on dissecting frogs to learn about anatomy. Others germinate dried beans to learn about botany. However,…View More Students’ Very Own Space Agency: Space Concordia
The leading space program in Latin America is that of Brazil. The Barreira do Inferno Launch Center, for instance, began launching rockets in 1965.…View More Brazil Leads Latin America’s Space Ambitions