Ann Morgan | KCET
Ann Morgan is a retired public school teacher who writes for national educational and cultural outlets, and whose work for the Library of Congress won the 2018 PBS national award for Best Open Access Resource. She lives in Maryland, but spends much of her time in Houston, where she and her space-nerd family are part of the adventure at NASA Johnson Space Center. She is the author of The International Space Station and other non-fiction books that address developing literacy and English Language Learners.
Post date: 2019-07-17T10:15:36-07:00
The Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, operated by The Mars Society and staffed by dedicated astronaut-volunteers, is dedicated to examining how humans may explore Mars.
Post date: 2019-07-11T11:51:21-07:00
In 1970, President Richard Nixon gave Apollo 11 lunar samples to 135 friendly countries and to every U.S. state and territory. 49 years later, many of those samples are unaccounted for.