NASA astronaut Kate Rubins casting her vote from some 200 miles above Earth should be all the motivation you need to make a plan to vote this year. Continue reading This American Astronaut Voted from Space. Here’s how She did it.
Washington native Kayla Barron joined the rest of NASA’s first class of astronaut candidates under the Artemis program, for a graduation ceremony Continue reading Kayla Barron Graduates as NASA Astronaut with Eye on Artemis Missions
Men have floated out the hatch on all 420 spacewalks conducted over the past half-century. That changed recently with spacewalk No. 421. Continue reading Two female astronauts make history. How to watch NASA’s first all-female spacewalk
By Joseph E. Guimera
While cyberattacks against large companies, such as Target, Home Depot and Experian, dominate the headlines, smaller companies also face computer liability risks. Most, if not all, businesses use email, text message or social media; provide products or services through a website; send or receive documents electronically; or store and use company, customer or employee data. Continue reading Why your business needs cyber liability insurance
These three Black women changed the course of history. Continue reading NASA Headquarters Could Soon Name a Street in Honor of the Women Who Inspired Hidden Figures
Everyone knows that Dr. Mae Jemison was the first African American woman to travel into space – but many don’t know that an African American woman “suited her up”. McDougle was Jemison’s suit tech for the historic mission STS-47 aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavor September 12, 1992. Continue reading Sharon Caples McDougle is somewhat of a “hidden figure”
On June 30, 1967, the U.S. Air Force selected the first African-American astronaut, Major Robert Lawrence, to train for a highly secretive mission to spy on the Soviet Union from space. Continue reading Remembering Robert Lawrence, The First African-American Astronaut
There’s a new artifact on display at Alcatraz East, but since its focus is on undercover work it might be hard to spot. The crime museum in Pigeon Forge is giving visitors a look inside the workings of law enforcement surveillance, with a van formerly used by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and a Georgia police department. Continue reading Crime Museum Offers Visitors Rare Look Inside Surveillance Van, Joins Other Overlooked Gems at Alcatraz East
SYRACUSE, New York – On June 16, 2018, WonderWorks Syracuse held an out-of-this-world WonderKids event, featuring a special guest and awarding students who had been nominated from area schools for their achievements. The event gave nominees who were picked for the WonderKids award and the public the chance to meet and greet with Dr. Donald Thomas, an astronaut who shared his experiences with the group of having completed four missions to space.
Continue reading WonderWorks Syracuse Holds WonderKids Event and School Visits with Astronaut
The business voice of the LGBT community, formerly known as the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, has announced that the organization will formally shorten its name to its acronym “NGLCC” and be known as the, “National LGBT Chamber of Commerce.” Continue reading NGLCC Renamed “National LGBT Chamber of Commerce”, Reaffirms Mission as Business Voice of the LGBT Community