Sorry we missed you on Halloween, but we’ve still got a treat for you. Yes, another issue of RocketSTEM, just one month removed from the last one. Call it feeling ambitious, or just plain insanity, but here it is. This issue shines the spotlight on Mars and humanity’s attempts to better understand the Red Planet.
Among the featured items in the November 2013 issue are:
- India prepares its first launch to investigate Mars.
- NASA readies MAVEN to explore the atmosphere of the Red Planet.
- An overview of the five spacecraft currently exploring Mars.
- The Mars Society has a goal of places humans on the Red Planet within a decade.
- Inspiration Mars is working to send astronauts on a slingshot around Mars.
- Mars One wants to colonize the Red Planet and broadcast it as reality television.
- A tribute to Scott Carpenter, one of the original Mercury Seven astronauts.
- Our Top 10 must-see list of celestial objects for backyard astronomers.
- Forty-eight pages of pure content. No advertising.
All that – and more – in this issue of RocketSTEM magazine.
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RocketSTEM • November 2013 • Vol. 1 No. 4 Issue 4 (ISSN: 2326-0661) • © 2013 All Rights Reserved
We hope you will continue to be inquisitive about this universe we all inhabit. Educators and students may reuse the magazine’s material in their classrooms, however, no commercial use or other reproduction is allowed.
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