Renovations are underway to create a new collaborative research space for Ross College

Renovations are underway to create a new collaborative research space for Ross College

Joe Timmerman / Ohio University The former West Union Street Office and the former Russ Research Opportunity Center during renovations in November 2021. Ohio Ross College of Engineering and Technology students will have a new space for research and collaboration in 2023. The West Union Street Office (WUSOC) is undergoing renovations and will eventually become … Read more

Check reagents, chimneys, vents, heaters

Check reagents, chimneys, vents, heaters

With severe weather approaching, fire safety experts advise cleaning chimneys, cleaning outside vents, and being careful when using fireplaces. Among their tips for staying safe this winter is making sure to install working smoke detectors at every level of the home, in every bedroom and outside sleeping areas, according to the National Fire Protection Association. … Read more

Sidus Space sums up 2021 with milestones, expansion, new contracts, and a record-breaking initial public offering

Sidus Space sums up 2021 with milestones, expansion, new contracts, and a record-breaking initial public offering

Cape Canaveral, FL/Accessware/January 7, 2022/ Sidus Space, Inc. announces. (NASDAQ:SIDU), a space-as-a-service satellite company focused on the design, manufacture, launch, and data collection of commercial satellites, has reported on the milestones and highlights of the vibrant and eventful year of 2021. Sidus Space’s outer flight test platform successfully returns to Earth with an exciting Splashdown … Read more

The International Space Station will be in orbit until 2030

The International Space Station will be in orbit until 2030

Last week, NASA announced that the Biden-Harris administration intends to extend operations of the International Space Station (ISS) through 2030, extending the deadline for previous US funding by a few years. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said in a NASA statement Friday. Funding for the International Space Station was previously scheduled to expire in 2024, according … Read more

Earth and Mars were formed from materials missing from the solar system

Earth and Mars were formed from materials missing from the solar system

Artist’s depiction of the developing solar system, with the young Sun at its center and the (protozoan) planets collecting dust and debris from the disk. credit: NASA By looking at the range of isotopic differences in Earth samples and meteorites, a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and his collaborators discovered that Earth and … Read more

A billion seconds in space! NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has passed a milestone

A billion seconds in space!  NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has passed a milestone

NASA agency Hubble Space Telescope You’ve reached a major milestone: a billion seconds into the final frontier. The famous observatory was launched on April 24, 1990 aboard the space shuttle Discovery. Hubble was deployed into orbit the next day, to begin its mission to explore the vast universe, including distant galaxies, supernovae, nebulae and outer … Read more