Charlotte Kiang
Charlotte Kiang

10 Amazing Space Technology Developments to Watch For in 2013

In 2012, NASA's Mars Science Laboratory made headlines as the new face of unmanned space exploration. Next year will be a crucial time for the space industry as 10 other projects near completion.

4 Reasons Why the SpaceX Launch Was Not A Failure

Although the Falcon 9 is not currently en-route to the ISS as originally planned, there are still reasons to be optimistic about the future of space privatization.

Travelers Lose Out On FAA Shutdown

Amidst the debt crisis, Congress failed to approve a bill to keep the FAA in operation, so the price of airline tickets is skyrocketing this summer.

Google+ Launch Resuscitates Antitrust Concerns

In June, the Federal Trade Commission launched an investigation into Google's anti-competitive policies. Will Google+ push the company over the edge?

2011: The End of NASA's Space Odyssey?

The end of the shuttle program has ushered in a new era of American space exploration, requiring NASA to take on a new and more peripheral role.

Electoral College Reform Hinges on New York

New York should lead the way and abolish the archaic Electoral College system.