• September 28, 2021

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NM Museum of Space History to Host ‘Holidays in Space

The New Mexico Museum of Space History says that the holidays aren’t over yet.  As celebrations with family and friends here on Earth are in full swing, it might be nice to think about what our astronauts are doing and how they celebrate. Who made a Christmas tree out of cans? Who dressed up like […]Read More

Free December Launch Pad Lecture: Running Around the World –

It’s that time of year when people are thinking about all the great holiday food they’ll be enjoying and how they’re going to get rid of those extra calories. Astronauts have to watch their waistlines too, and exercise regularly to prevent bone and muscle loss along with maintaining their cardiovascular health. But exercising in space […]Read More

NM Museum of Space Presents A Long Way From Home:

Launched just days apart, the Voyager spacecraft are celebrating their respective fortieth anniversaries and are both on track to become the most distant human made objects in space. Their missions were to explore the giant planets of our solar system then continue on to where no spacecraft has flown before – interstellar space. For four […]Read More

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