I have written up a blog post at the National Air and Space Museum’s website listing my top ten most significant space events in the first decade of the twenty-first century. This may not square with your list, and I invite your comments on it, but the ones I nominate are discussed at Ten Events of Great Significance in Space Exploration during the Twenty-first Century’s First Decade. Check it out.
- Historical Analogies and the Commercial Development of Space
- Wednesday’s Book Review: “Debunked! ESP, Telekinesis, and other Pseudoscience”
- Announcement: Space Policy and History Forum # 11, March 10, 2014, Washington, D.C.
- Announcement: Lecture on “Exoplanets and the Real Search for Alien Life” by Sara Seager
- Wednesday’s Book Review: “Inventing Wyatt Earp: His Life and Many Legends”
- RT @NASA_Johnson: #ISS crew preps for Monday's departure of 3 crewmates & repairs H2O recycling system. go.nasa.gov/1ouWR4B http://t.co/… 3 hours ago
- RT @gtwhitesides: Congratulations to Kathy Sullivan @AstroKDS for her confirmation today as NOAA Administrator. noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2014/20… 3 hours ago
- RT @ikluft: Most Martian meteorites on Earth tied to "Mojave Crater" on Mars. space.com/24962-mars-met… #geology #astronomy by @spacedotcom 3 hours ago
- RT @jswatz: "When politicians reach for the microphone switch, you know they’ve lost the argument," writes @fstonenyt nyti.ms/1dxrl4o 3 hours ago
- RT @bnjacobs: 5 Things We Learned From #NASA's Meteor Experts - ABC News abcnews.go.com/Technology/thi… via @ABC (I know, another list) :-) 3 hours ago