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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Astronaut Love Show’ – a New Musical by Fred Sauter and Paul Leschen

astronaut love show

Despite some narrative weakness, this new musical from the writers of 'Bedbugs!!!' is well worth seeing for its great music, wacky (true) stories, and fabulous cast. Read More »

SXSW V2V: New Space – Yes, You Can Go to the Moon


We are on the edge of the golden age of spaceflight. If you want to be a part of it, you can. Read More »

DVD Review: Smithsonian Channel – Air and Space Collection

Smithsonian Channel: Air and Space Collection is a great asset for students, teachers, and air and space enthusiasts. Read More »

Dawn of the Real Space Age

Why the end of the space shuttle is really just the beginning Read More »

The Challenger Explosion: A Teacher Recalls That Fateful Day

Christa went for all of us, all the teachers who worked so hard every day, who loved their jobs and their students as much as anything in life. Read More »

The Challenger Disaster and the Spirit of Space Exploration

The shuttle program could never generate the level of excitement Apollo did. Read More »