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    Interview with Roberto Aguilar: One Costa Ricans Path to Success in the Space Industry...

    For example: self-sustainable production of proteins using soil-less techniques and reusing of resources (water, plastic)industry

    Costa Rica Becomes a Space Control Center With New Powerful Radar

    Costa Rica inaugurated this past Thursday (04/22/2021) a powerful radar capable of detecting objects up to 2 centimeters transiting in low Earth orbit and...

    NASA Chooses SpaceX for its Next Manned Lunar Mission

    Nasa selected SpaceX to have its first astronauts land on the surface of the Moon since 1972, the US space agency said this past...

    Nathalie Vilchis: Mexico’s ‘Chica NASA’ Shares The Inspiring Story of Her Path to NASA’s...

    My guest blogger this week is Nathalie Vilchis, a 22 year old Mexican Mechatronics Engineering student at the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey. Nathalie has...

    The Costa Rica Space Agency: A small step to the first world

    In my blog this week Andrea Jimenez discusses why the creation of the Costa Rica Space Agency is so important for the country’s economic development.

    Message for Black History Month – Never Give Up!

    In part 3 of my interview with LeRoy Larry Jr. he talks about his experiences in Costa Rica.

    NASA Publishes Spectacular Images of the Arrival of “Perseverance” Space Probe to Mars

    NASA published images on Friday showing the spectacular descent of its Perseverance exploration vehicle to the surface of Mars, suspended by cables to slow...

    Pulling Back the Curtain to Reach the Stars: From the Hood to Jupiter

    For this week’s blog I interviewed LeRoy Davis Larry Jr. with whom I had the privilege of doing a presentation with at the recent...

    Coloring Book Celebrates Costa Rican Women in Engineering and Science

    In today’s blog I preview a new coloring book that showcases 18 Costa Rican women who are doing outstanding work in science and...

    NASA’s Ticosonde Program at the University of Costa Rica: Interview with Dr. Jorge Andres...

    Many young Costa Ricans dream of working for NASA but they may be unaware that it is possible to do it from Costa Rica....

    Through The Eyes of Children: Visions of a Costa Rican Space Agency

    Today’s special blog showcases original artwork created by 1st and 2nd grade students from the Escuela Altos de Roble in Sardinal, Carillo Guanacaste and...

    Interview with Ed Lu of Leolabs: Costa Rican Aerospace Cluster Is Poised For Growth

    This week we learn about the upcoming Leolab phased array radar station which will be built next year in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Ed Lu,...

    Leo Camacho: Costa Rica Space App Champion Recognized by NASA

    Learn about Space App CR 2020 coming up this October Meet multi award winning Costa Rican tech educator and innovator Leo Camacho. Leo grew up...

    Costa Rica Space Agency Closer to Becoming Reality

    Approval has been received from Legislative Commission Costa Rica is poised to become Central America's first country to create its own space agency which will...

    Costa Rica Surprises the World with Its Ingenuity

    It is widely accepted that "Technology is science applied to the resolution of problems." It provides human beings with tools that allow them to...

    Central America Unites to Take a Nanosatellite to Space

    The Central American Association of Aeronautics and Space (ACAE) announced today the development of a new project that will put Central America once again...

    Top 5 Scientific Novelties Expected for 2019

    The popular scientific journal “Nature” launched what, for them, will be the top 5 scientific novelties that will bring 2019. The specialized publication explained...

    Franklin Chang Heads Fundraiser to Make Costa Rica a Developed Country

    Just a few days and roughly $2,000 remain for the fundraiser to meet it’s goal. Headed officially by the Estrategia Siglo XXI, the challenge hopes...

    Mars: a new horizon

    The news of water on Mars has spurred renewed interest in the red planet. Learn why Costa Rica in particular should be listening. The red...
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