Portions of the Augustine Commission's report to President Obama have now been made available, and it appears to me that they have gotten some of it right.
NASA recently ran an experiment in which they crashed a spacecraft into a lunar crater to see if they might detect water there. As it turned out, they did...
As I wrote in The Overview Effect, it would be good for as many people as possible to experience the Effect.
At the most recent ISDC conference, I made a "virtual presentation" on the Overview Effect and Cognitive Dissonance.
While I enjoy Earth Day and the outpouring of love and caring for our beautiful planet, I always find myself a bit sad this day as well.
If you ask most "space enthusiasts" whether they would like to live in space, they will say, "Yes!"
Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Galactic is scheduled today to unveil the spacecraft that will carry thousands of people into orbit, starting in a few years.
It has seemed to me that the media has decided that the best way to entertain viewers is to have a debate called "Moon vs. Mars."
In The Overview Effect, I proposed a "Human Space Program" that would be global in scope, and would transcend all national programs.
President Obama has now made the most important decision of his presidency.
Apollo 11 represented an incredible triumph of human ingenuity. Less than a decade after President Kennedy announced...
I was watching the Apollo 11 celebration last night, and I saw something significant as I looked at the logo for the 40th anniversary of the landing.
The Augustine Commission is about to make its report to President Obama on options for NASA in the future.
The current debate over President Obama's plan for space exploration does not appear to directly affect the work of the Overview Institute...
We have just passed a major milestone on the current shuttle flight: the 500th human being has now flown into space.
Last night, I watched some of NASA's coverage of the Apollo 11 mission, and of the missions that led up to it.
I've become a fan of NASA TV.
If ever there was a situation that needed "overview thinking," it's the current debate over climate change and global warming.
Like everyone else, I have been saddened by the impact of the recent earthquake on the people of Haiti.
I recently had a long talk with Lynn Harper, who works for NASA and is one of the most original thinkers about space exploration that I know.
I just entered a contest to take a suborbital hop into space on a private spacecraft.
Most space exploration advocates are disappointed that the United States did not pursue a more assertive space policy after Apollo 11.