Stardome educator, Josh Kirkley, dives into the exciting topic of our search for life outside of Earth.
Earth has always been the stand out planet in our Solar System. Not only are...Read More
In a ground-breaking announcement from NASA, the Martian rover, Curiosity, has discovered organic molecules on the surface of Mars. The Curiosity Rover was launched in 2011 and has spent the...Read More
Here at Stardome, we watch Rocket Lab and their every move like a hawk. We love knowing what’s going on in the world of space exploration and innovation and this interest skyrockets when some of...Read More
Russia is well represented in space history as the first nation to successfully put the first object into orbit and the first person into space. Despite their well-known achievements, there is a...Read More
This week a spacecraft on a five-year journey will finally arrive at its destination. NASA’s Juno Spacecraft was launched on August 5th, 2011 from Cape Canaveral and will arrive at Jupiter this...Read More
This year marks the 55th Anniversary since Yuri Gagarin became the first human to make it through our little blue planet's atmosphere and out into space.
For many years, the United States and the...Read More
A year (actually 341 days) of orbiting at an average of 370km above Earth aboard the International Space Station is finally coming to a close for American astronaut Scott Kelly. Over the past 12...Read More
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first space EVA (extra vehicular activity), or “spacewalk”. An EVA is when an astronaut wears a special space suit (called an EMU, Extravehicular...Read More