Space RSS Feeds
Site - space.com
About Site - SPACE.com is the leading space news site on the web keeping up on the latest space science, technology and astronomy news. From satellites to stars, NASA information, astronomy, the sun and the planets, this blog has the information.
Site - skyandtelescope.com
About Site - Sky & Telescope magazine, founded in 1941 by Charles A. Federer Jr. and Helen Spence Federer, has the largest, most experienced staff of any astronomy magazine in the world. It features large illustrations and articles from astronomers all over the globe.
About Site - Enjoy the latest space news, with the best videos from the likes of NASA and the ESA. This channel is about exploring our galaxy and being amazed at the wonders of the universe.
Site - astronomynow.com
About Site - Astronomy Now is the UK’s biggest astronomy magazine, with 132 feature-packed pages. Since 1987 it has been essential reading for astronomers in the UK and around the world. Each month, the magazine contains features, reviews, news and practical guides on all aspects of astronomy.
Site - planetary.org/blogs
About Site - The Planetary Society is the largest and most effective nonprofit organization that promotes the exploration of space through education, advocacy, and innovative projects. Its mission is to empower the world's citizens to advance space science and exploration.
Site - spaceref.com
About Site - Founded in 1999, SpaceRef is a new media company focused on the space sector and based out of Reston, Virginia. SpaceRef is a pioneer in news aggregation but also creates original content in the form of timely news stories, coverage of ongoing events and unique editorial content.
Site - nasawatch.com
About Site - NASA Watch, focused on the space sector is a pioneer in news aggregation but also creates original content in the form of timely news stories, coverage of ongoing events and unique editorial content
Site - spaceflight101.com
About Site - The Spaceflight101.com mission is to deliver to you the latest news concerning ongoing space flight efforts from around the globe. Spaceflight101 is a coverage of all orbital launches, unparalleled technical overviews of space launch vehicles and spacecraft, special mission sections with in-depth coverage of scientific missions, daily human spaceflight updates, up-to-date schedules and timeline.
Site - nasaspaceflight.com
About Site - NASA SpaceFlight.com is the leading online news resource for everyone interested in spaceflight-specific news, supplying our readership with the latest news from all the leading space faring nations of the world.
Site - blog.nss.org
About Site - The National Space Society (NSS) is an independent, educational, grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to the creation of a spacefaring civilization. Its mission is "to promote social, economic, technological, and political change in order to expand civilization beyond Earth, to settle space and to use the resulting resources to build a hopeful and prosperous future for humanity."
Site - skynews.ca
About Site - SkyNews, the magazine of astronomy and stargazing, is your guide to observing the night sky. On our website you can find out what's up in the sky this week and a collection of resources for amateur astronomers.
Site - astroblog.cosmobc.com
About Site - This blog is all about Astronomy and Space Exploration. They publish astronomy pictures, as well as articles about astrophysics, space science, the solar system, stars, galaxies, etc.
Site - spacewatchme.com
About Site - SpaceWatch Middle East is a digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact that space developments have. From space policy, exploration and missions to space weapons and technology, they provide a complete perspective on the Middle East space sector.
Site - leonarddavid.com
About Site - Leonard David is a space journalist, reporting on space activities for over 50 years. Leonard is co-author with Apollo 11’s Buzz Aldrin of Mission to Mars – My Vision for Space Exploration
Site - thesciencegeek.org
About Site - The Science Geek's blog ( http://thesciencegeek.org) is a fairly lightweight blog about various scientific topics. It is written in a style that it is easily understandable to the non scientist.
Site - spacenewsfeed.com
About Site - Space Newsfeed is a news website focussing on the professional space industry covering everything from professional astronomy to satellite communications.
Site - thestarsplitter.com
About Site - Stories about the space sciences, from the beginning of the space race to the space future we can only imagine. Mission to provide information about space science around the world and to inspire an interest in the space sciences.
Flagstaff, Arizona, USA
About Site - This blog is the latest in a series going back to 1996. I started my first blog to make people aware of the many concepts proposed in the past half-century for accomplishing piloted moon and Mars programs. My early research spawned a NASA-published history called HUMANS TO MARS. Since then, I have expanded my bailiwick to take in robotic missions, space stations and Space Shuttle development
Site - npr.org/sections/space
About Site - NPR covers of space exploration, space shuttle missions, news from NASA, private space exploration, satellite technology, and new discoveries in astronomy and astrophysics.
47. TASS RSS Feed
Site - tass.com/space-programs
About Site - Space exploration programs, rocket launches, Russian space industry and more from TASS. TASS is the leading Russian state information agency, a legend of national news journalism.
Site - thegravitywell.org/blog
About Site - Stephen Sandford spent 28 years as an engineer and researcher at NASA, including senior assignments at Johnson Space Center and NASA headquarters. As Director for Space Technology and Exploration at NASA’s Langley Research Center, he led teams of engineers, researchers, and mission architects to enable human space exploration.
Site - sstl.co.uk/Blog
About Site - Surrey Satellites have been delivering small satellite missions for over 30 years longer than anyone else in the world, giving us the experience to justify our reputation as the world's premier provider of operational and commercial satellite programmes.
About Site - The Space Frontier Foundation is an organization of people dedicated to opening the Space Frontier to human settlement as rapidly as possible. Their goals include protecting the Earth’s fragile biosphere and creating a freer and more prosperous life for each generation by using the unlimited energy and material resources of space.