UCF Planetary Scientist Reflects on Rise, Fall and Return of America’s Flights into Space
Metzger, a 30-year veteran of NASA, has witnessed some of earliest Apollo launches, worked on the space shuttle program and helped test and troubleshoot the International Space Station.
Now More Than Ever We Need to be Vigilant for Symptoms of Distress
In addition to the unknown physical effects the coronavirus has on the human body, there could be lasting mental effects, as well.
The Virus is Not Our Enemy Plotting Against Us
Anthropomorphism is the term for our tendency to give human characteristics to animals or non-living things. Many of us might recall it from our high…
Seeking Quiet Solace Amid a Pandemic
Even during this awful coronavirus threat there are still gifts to be found.
Somehow, Amid the Coronavirus Chaos There Can Be Peace
“I rest more, eat better, and have more time for play and quality experiences with my family. I actually relax now,” writes Lillian M. Hernández Caraballo, a journalism student.
Why Can’t America Have a Better Passenger Train System?
Imagine a high-speed train system with a wide availability of routes that allowed us to make trips directly.
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