50 Years of Human Spaceflight

50 Years of Human Spaceflight

October 9, 2012

In 1961 the Russians put pilot Yuri Gagarin into space. Now 50 years later more than 500 people have been launched into space and 14 people have walked on the moon. This infographic illustrates the exploration of space over the last 50 years and pin points key missions and space vehicles. Go ahead and explore. […]

Suspension Setup Guide - Motocross Gear

Suspension Setup Guide – Motocross Gear

October 9, 2012

This year the NFL and Indianapolis Super Bowl XLVI host committee have taken their “greening” efforts to the next level, making this year’s Super Bowl the greenest yet. Here’s a glimpse into the environmental impact of Super Bowl XLVI. Source

Exploring Earth Using Seismology

Exploring Earth Using Seismology

May 21, 2012

Earthquakes create seismic waves that travel through the Earth. By analyzing these seismic waves, seismologists can explore the Earth’s deep interior. Source

Funding the Final Frontier

Funding the Final Frontier

May 15, 2012

Since the beginning of time, humans have had a curiosity for what lies beyond the stars. Are there other worlds? life forms? When man landed on the moon we were one step closer to solving the mystery and with more advanced space technology out there we are able to explore space through whole new lenses. […]

From Kennedy to Obama The Dream of Manned  Space Exploration

From Kennedy to Obama The Dream of Manned Space Exploration

May 9, 2012

“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Whether we were around to hear that quote uttered or whether we just remember it from our history books, taking the first steps on the moon were groundbreaking and huge. Many thought President Kennedy was crazy when he said we could land a man on […]