What is a Marspedia?

Mars Society Partners with Marspedia Project to Help Build Mars Online Encyclopedia Kids Talk Radio Science wants to help with this project.  We are located at the Barboza Space Center. The Mars Society is pleased to announce that it has joined the online Marspedia project started by two other space advocacy groups – The Mars […]

Can Russian Students Work With USA Students?

Get Involved in Mars Society “Red Eagle” Student Contest to Design Mars Lander Students and from the Barboza Space Center will support other teams that want to try for this new international competition.  Write your letter for possible collaboration and send it to Barboza Space Center (Suprschool@aol.com.  Attention Bob Barboza. What do I need to […]

Can International High School Students Work Together Building Experiments for the International Space Station?

Who wants to launch a satellite?  Student at the Barboza Space Center are designing, building and repairing satellite prototypes in the hopes of one day carrying their experiments to the International Space Station.  Nanoracks is a company that makes that all possible.   NanoRacks Launches Full External Cygnus Deployer, New Customers, and More to Space […]

Calculus Projects Needed

The teachers at the Barboza Space Center are looking for fun space math projects using calculus.  We are teaching teams of high school students that are training to become Jr. astronauts, scientists and engineers.   Our students have labtop computers and scientific calculators.   Some of our students will be using slide rulers.  Here is […]

What robot should we take with us to Mars?

Definitive DesignView All Design What the faces of our robots tell us about ourselves Updated 12th May 2017 VIEW GALLERY 10 Pictures What the faces of our robots tell us about ourselves SHARE Written by By Nick Glass, CNNLondon My first encounter at “Robots,” a new exhibition at the Science Museum in London, was with […]