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Mars as Art

Gullies on Mars - NASA/JPL
Gullies on Mars

Millipedes of Mars - NASA/JPL
Millipedes of Mars

Bunge Crater Dunes - NASA/JPL
Bunge Crater Dunes

Martian Dust Devil Tracks - NASA/JPL
Martian Dust Devil Tracks
More space art
Space Music Video of the Month


Dragonland: A SpaceX Tribute
"Dragonland" is a music montage honoring SpaceX, specifically the robotic Dragon cargo ship and the recently announced Dragon V2 that will fly crew to the International Space Station and, later in the decade, the Bigelow Aerospace expandable habitats.

It's a Whole New Outer Space Out There

Blue Origin & Virgin Galactic expected
to fly customers to suborbital space in 2020

Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic have been promising for over a decade to provide flights to suborbital space for paying customers. This could finally be the year one or both companies fulfill these promises.

Virgin Galactic has now transferred most of their operations to Spaceport America in New Mexico. (There are two new SS2 vehicles under construction in Mojave.) That is where they will fly "spaceflight participants" to greater than 80 kilometers in altitude aboard SpaceShipTwo rocketplanes.


The company has not flown a SpaceshipTwo vehicle to space since the flight of VSS Unity on Feb.22.2019:


They will soon begin test flights in New Mexico, low atltitude at first and then to space.

Blue Origin flew New Shepard to over 100 kilometers on Dec.11.2019:


The company says it needs to carry out a few more test flights before a New Shepard will carry people on board. Initially these will be company employees.


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Run the Satellite Tracking Tool from BINARY SPACE right here at HobbySpace in your browser. (Windows 10 users must instead get the SpaceTracker app here.) The program allows you to track a large set of satellites in both low earth and geostationary orbits. (Note: the program requires Microsoft Silverlight, Version 5 or higher, as well as the latest version of your browser. Currently the program works on the Microsoft® Windows® platform only.) The Satellite Observing section provides additional information and web resources about the hobby of satellite tracking and watching.
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