The Robots Are Coming

The Barboza Space Center’s Robotics Showcase Comes to SoCal this Summer 3 mins ago Kristina Allison Learn Add comment Looking for something to do with the kids this summer, or maybe something super cool just for you? Why not check out some robots? Bob Barboza, a long time CUE member, has put together an impressive […]

Russia in the Space Science News

Soyuz 2-1B launches new GLONASS spacecraft written by William Graham June 16, 2018 Russia has launched a replenishment satellite for its GLONASS navigation system Sunday, with a Soyuz-2-1b rocket and its Fregat-M upper stage carrying the Uragan-M No.756 spacecraft into orbit. Soyuz lifted off from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome at 00:30 Moscow Time (21:30 UTC). Following […]

Teaching Jr. Astronauts How to Play Chess.

The Barboza Space Center is training Jr. astronauts, scientists and engineering in the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Program to play chess.  This will help to keep our minds sharp on the long eight month journey to Mars.    www.BarbozaSpaceCemter.Com How to Play Chess Five Parts:Understanding the Board and PiecesKnowing How to WinPlaying the GameUtilizing StrategyKnowing […]

Who want to train in Russia?

Call for Volunteers for Sirius Mission The Institute for Biomedical Problems (IBMP), jointly with Human Research Program NASA (HRP NASA), will be conducting an extended duration lunar mission simulation at its facility in Moscow in 2019 and 2020. The mission, known as Sirius, will involve a crew of six, including three Russians and three non-Russians. […]

What are we sending to Mars?

By Greg Avery  – Reporter, Denver Business Journal 3 hours ago NASA’s next space probe headed to Mars — a lander built in Jefferson County and launched on a Colorado rocket — may soon start its journey Saturday after two years of waiting. The Mars InSight lander, built by Lockheed Martin Space, is scheduled to lift […]