Space Week

World Space Week is an international holiday celebrated every year from October 4 to 10 in nearly 100 countries across the globe. World Space Week is the largest space event yet, put in place to celebrate the benefits of science and technology to human society. Based on a resolution made on December 6, 1999, the General Assembly declared World Space Week. There are many benefits the human race receives from space, and this holiday is here to educate everyone about them.

Space, the final frontier, what is it?  

We often refer to our expanding universe with one simple word: space. But where does space begin and, more importantly, what is it?  

Everything you need to know about space travel (almost) 

The first human-made object to go into space was a German V2 missile, launched on a test flight in 1942. Although uncrewed, it reached an altitude of 189km (117 miles).

The 5 Most Innovative Advances in Space Technology 

Space exploration, although very fascinating, is extremely costly. Did you know that NASA’s fiscal year budget is $21.6 billion this year? With a budget this high, imagine the advances in technology the agency is able to achieve.