Space: The Final Frontier for Garbage?

Space: The Final Frontier for Garbage?

By Jessica Berger, NSS Legal Fellow Pollution isn’t the first thing people usually think of when they are talking about space exploration and development. But truth be told, there is a lot of trash circling the Earth. Currently there are around 1800 operative...

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‘For All Mankind’ and The Price of Women’s Pain

‘For All Mankind’ and The Price of Women’s Pain

This Space Available, By Emily Carney. On February 19th, Apple TV’s For All Mankind debuted its second season, and catches up with the women characters we’ve gotten to know during the show’s first season. In the new episodes of FAMK, its cadre of women move from support roles to the main stage – all experiencing, but yet not quite expressing deep emotional and/or physical pain as the events of the 1980s unfold. Note: this piece contains spoilers of For All Mankind Season 1, and the first two episodes of Season 2.

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Book Review: Higher Faster Longer

Book Review: Higher Faster Longer

The life-story of Wally Funk, one of 13 women who were selected to undergo the same physical testing as the original seven American astronauts. But NASA refused to allow women to participate during this early phase of the human space program. An interesting account of an extraordinary life.

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