The Enuma Anu Enlil (c.1600BCE) is a major series of 68 or 70 tablets dealing with Babylonian astrology. Substantial collection of omens, estimated to number between 6500 and 7000, interpret a wide variety of celestial and ...
The Canadian Space Society put out two seemingly disparate calls this week on their website. On one side of the coin, there is a request for space art submissions for their inaugural space art exhibition Revolutions: The inexorable evolution of Art. On the flip side is a call for papers on the topic of “Canada’s Space Economy”, to be presented at the more tried-and-true annual Canadian Space Summit. On the surface, these two invitations seem to have little in common, other than the two logos having an uncanny resemblance to a certain guitar pick-shaped recent mission patch.
It would be easy to assume that the separate calls subconsciously mirror a well-worn notion that artists wouldn’t be interested (or business-savvy enough) to attend a dullsville economic event, and that economists are surely too sensible to spend their time chasing a frivolous arty dream (creative hobbies take place on Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons, thank you very much). The reality, however, is that nothing in the space industry is simple...
OTTAWA — Marc Garneau, the first Canadian in space, would have appreciated an invitation from the Conservative government to Thursday’s unveiling of the permanent Canadarm exhibit at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa.
'Space Odyssey' author inspires imagination research center Fox News The creative mind behind the communications satellite and "2001: A Space Odyssey" — Arthur C. Clarke — has now inspired an academic center dedicated to studying imagination.
Here's another short sampling of 50+ of the hundreds of conferences, educational events and public meetings for space science, technology, engineering and mathematics professionals occurring in May 2013.
Scott Pace and Robert Walker discuss U.S. space program budget cuts, the indefinite cancellation of U.S.-government-sponsored human space exploration, and the rise of private sector activity in the area.
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