House Hearing NASA Human Spaceflight Past, Present, and Future: Where Do We Go From Here?

Category: Government

Event Format: Hearing

Date: Thursday, September 22, 2011

Location: Washington, DC 20515, US


– Mr. Neil A. Armstrong, Commander, Apollo 11

– Captain Eugene A. Cernan USN (ret.), Commander, Apollo 17

– Dr. Michael D. Griffin, Eminent Scholar and Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Alabama in Huntsville

– Maria Zuber, […]

Obama Administration: Lost in Space

by Jason Killian Meath

Astronauts are stranded on the space station. America’s once-mighty Space Shuttle fleet has been disassembled and mothballed with nothing to replace it. The Russians, once the inferior player in the space race, is the only hope left to rescue the stranded astronauts. No, this isn’t the treatment to a B-list summer movie […]

Aero-Analysis: A Well Earned Mistrust President Obama’s Wandering Course On Human Spaceflight

By Wes Oleszewski 

President Obama Signs NASA Bill

When President Obama signed the NASA Authorization Act of 2010 it placed into effect PL111-267. This law mandated that it will be the policy of the United States to have a Federal space launch system and that NASA must develop a Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle to […]