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Moon Base Plans Slowly Evolving

You know that you’re living in an interesting time when the idea of constructing a base of operations on the Moon is not met with amused giggles, but studied thoughtfulness. And that’s just where we are, with news of NASA’s Lunar Architecture Team hard at work in designing a human outpost on our closest solar neighbor.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Thursday, October 4, 2007 - Full Story

Space Shuttle Discovery at Launch Pad

Continuing in our series of articles focusing on the current and future NASA space missions, news from the American space agency is that the next shuttle to visit the International Space Station, Discovery, was delivered to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center launch pad this past Sunday.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Thursday, October 4, 2007 - Full Story

Asia’s Race to the Skies

If you were to be asked who was the leader in space exploration, there is really only one name that springs to mind; NASA. For so long, America has been at the forefront of many discoveries made in space, either by visiting space or by watching it, that we are sometimes tuned out to the fact that they are now merely players, as the poem would read.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Wednesday, October 3, 2007 - Full Story

iTunes Receives some Welcome Competition

For a long time now, longer than you would first think considering how time flies in the tech world, Apple has been the leader in online music sales, thanks in part to their near-monopoly on the portable media device market, and the symbiotic iTunes Store. They’ve led the way in terms of sales for music, and video.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Wednesday, October 3, 2007 - Full Story

U.S. Military get their hands on a Heat-Ray

When you cast your mind back to the radio serials of the past century, depicting our future (or even the years we are living), the term ‘heat-ray’ will inevitably be linked to the mad ravings of someone known as “Doctor Dementor” or “The Professor of Pain”. In reality, some will say that they should be left there, in literary—or not so much—peace.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - Full Story