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Welcome to HobbySpace. the site that will prove to you that everyone can participate in space exploration and development in one way or another.
June 2011
Space for All Blog Space Transport News Blog
Special Features
NewSpace Log 2011
NewSpace Log 2011
This section holds links to blog posts, articles, pictures, etc. about events and developments this year in NewSpace. See also NewSpace Log 2010.
Coverage of first Falcon 9/Dragon
1st SpaceX Falcon 9/Dragon Flight Resources
Links to blog posts, pictures, videos and commentary about the successful first launch, orbiting and safe return of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft on Dec. 8, 2010.
NewSpace 2010 (Bigelow Aerosspace space  station )
NewSpace 2010 Review
A report on the annual Space Frontier Foundation's conference, held this year in Sunnyvale, California. Topics of discussion ranged from entrepreneurial space businesses to lunar miing to fully reusable suborbital space vehicles.


More Interviews, Articles, and Special Topics.
Space Art Spotlight

Wonders of Sapce Travel - Lion Magazine (1954)
Wonders of Space Travel (1954)

B KOCMOC/ Into Space (1978)
B KOCMOC/ Into Space (1978)

Rockets through Space - James Heugh  (1957)
Rockets Through Space -
James Heugh (1957)
U.S. Space Hardware-- Today and Tomorrow" - New York Mirror Magazine (1963)
U.S. Space Hardware
- Today and Tomorrow (1963)
Rockets through Space - James Heugh (1957)
Rockets Through Space -
James Heugh (1957)


Dreams of Space
John Sisson's collection of
children's space book covers
More space art...
Space Music Video of the Month
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Special Day
NASA Commander Mark Kelly on ISS appears at U2 Concert in Seattle
U2
Previous space music in spotlight
Space Hobbies & Activities in the Spotlight
Join IceHunters to find a Second Target for Pluto Mission

I've often mentioned the growing number of citizen-scientist projects that allow members of the general public to participate in leading-edge scientific research projects. Check out this recent list of such projects: Citizen Science projects for Planetary Science: Get Involved! Do Science! - The Planetary Society Blog. Find more such projects in the HobbySpace Astronomy and Space Science sections.

The Zooniverse organization offers several citizen science projects and a new one is called IceHunters. The goal of this project is help find a second deep space object for NASA's New Horizons probe to visit after it passes Pluto, the probe's primary goal. Here is a description of the IceHunters program: The most exciting citizen science project ever (to me, anyway) - The Planetary Society Blog

The IceHunters Tutorial page has the following video describing the task for participants:

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Here's a NASA video report on the New Horizons mission to Pluto:

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It's a Whole New Outer Space Out There

Space Race II

NBC Nightly News recently presented a news report called "Space Race II" about the growing commercial spaceflight industry and how it will provide an exciting future of spaceflight after the retirement of the Space Shuttle.

"With just one more shuttle mission to go before the program ends this summer, a new space race is already well underway," said NBC anchor Lester Holt.

Here is the NBC Night News video:

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Check for the latest in leading edge rocket and space travel projects on the
Space Transport News Blog
Satellite Tracking at HobbySpace

Tutorial videos
Satellite tracks
Satellite track display

3-D viewing option
Run the Satellite Tracking Tool from BINARY SPACE right here at HobbySpace in your browser. 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 4 or higher). The Satellite Observing section provides additional information and web resources about the hobby of satellite tracking and watching.
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See the archive of previous HobbySpace homepage Spotlight items ...
May 11 - July 11

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