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Viewing The Stars

We all enjoy a good stargazing session every once in awhile, though many of us live in the city, which makes it difficult to see through the lights, pollution, and skyscrapers. Fortunately, there are better solutions available than driving great distances to experience nature firsthand (although we recommend that also). Along with live stargazing resources, below are some terrific industry news websites for the space enthusiast in you.

The first is called Spacevidcast. It’s a website with free live-streaming of celestial events, such as meteor showers, lunar eclipses, asteroid passes, and more. Whether you’re on break at work, or at home on the couch, streaming a real-time space event is simple and easy. Just make sure you have a strong internet connection so the streaming isn’t laggy.

Our second recommendation is Space.com. Here you can view everything from satellite and space ship launches, to gorgeous collections of deep space pictures gathered from multiple telescopes worldwide. You can also keep up with the latest private space industry news, and follow companies such as SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, and Blue Origin.

Lastly, we also suggest you go straight to the source, or Nasa.gov. For updates and news from Mars, deep space satellites, and NASA missions, this is the best tool available. You can also view Cape Canaveral’s busy schedule of launches, in case you’re interested in planning a trip to the famous centre of space travel.

Whatever level of geek you claim to be, keeping up with the latest news from space and beyond is exciting stuff, and there are plenty of great resources out there. Unfortunately, we can’t list them all, but we encourage you to visit the websites in this article to better educate yourself on the vast array of subjects presented.

It’s been predicted that space travel is the next great “bubble” in society, which is terrific news for our planet. The knowledge we can gain from traveling the stars is immense, and as earlier articles have stated, we’ve only just begun to scratch the surface.

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