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  • STEM Campaign to Help Keiki Bring Moonbound Robot to Life

    STEM Campaign to Help Keiki Bring Moonbound Robot to Life

  • NASA Announces Return of Manned Space Launches from U.S.

    NASA Announces Return of Manned Space Launches from U.S.

  • First Contact With Lunar Surface Made by ‘Luna 2′ 55-years Ago

    First Contact With Lunar Surface Made by ‘Luna 2′ 55-years Ago

  • China Releases New Photos Taken by ‘Jade Rabbit’ Lunar Rover

    China Releases New Photos Taken by ‘Jade Rabbit’ Lunar Rover

  • NASA Completes First Orion Spacecraft Designed for Deep-Space

    NASA Completes First Orion Spacecraft Designed for Deep-Space

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Fun Facts About Space

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QUESTION: When will humans live on another planet?  

Answer:  If all goes to plan – about ten years!  The reality is drawing near with the creation of Mars One – a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands that will build a permanent human settlement on the surface of Mars.  The first manned mission is scheduled to depart in 2024, with crews of four departing every two years for the Red Planet.  An unmanned mission is slated for launch in 2018 to begin preparations for the coming crews. Mars One began selecting astronauts for the mission in April 2013, and had over 200,000 applicants!

 

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The Hawaiian Space

Word of the Month

Lā: Lā (pronounced “lāh”) means “sun”.

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PISCES

Explore the great unknown with PISCES

The Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems, or PISCES, is a Hawaii State Government Aerospace Agency located in beautiful Hilo, Hawaii.

The Center is part of the State Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism (DBEDT) and conducts environmentally safe tests on Hawaii’s volcanic terrain to validate advanced space technologies under the jurisdiction of the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR).

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