SpaceX Starship SN8 experienced a “Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly” Thursday evening, leaving fans to wonder if parts could be sold as souvenirs. In the meantime, here are other gifts for space fans on your list.
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Christmas light shows promise to be bigger than ever this year as a safe, socially distant activity to get families into the holiday spirit. Here are some of my top picks.
Here at GTG, we try to shop local whenever possible – from supporting our local coffee houses and restaurants to buying through Etsy, local boutiques, or even our friends with Facebook pages showcasing their handcrafted wares. Read our tips to Shop Small this holiday season!
The big SpaceX news of the week – and possibly the biggest space travel news of the decade – is that NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have docked successfully at the International Space Station. Find out why GTG thinks this is exactly what we needed right now.
Could the SpaceX MK2 Starship become a mock-up pathfinder-type vehicle? Or a museum piece for SpaceX fans to enjoy? Neither is impossible.
Failure is always an option at SpaceX. Pushing the envelope, failing, and learning, is how they make things better. What’s next in Boca Chica for Starship?
Interview with Johnna Crider, maker. Find out why she started her wire wrapped jewelry business and which two famous people inspired her to make her dream.
Many parents and guardians right now have been given the option – or a directive – to work remotely. They set up a corner of a spare bedroom as an office or set up shop at the kitchen table. They connected to the company’s virtual network. They created a nice backdrop for video conferences –…
What better way to spend your time during a pandemic than learning a new skill? Cross stitching offers many avenues of creativity. Find out how.
Are you homeschooling your kids due to school closures amidst COVID-19? Do you have a daily schedule in place?
The Nashville Needlework Market is the height of the cross-stitching year. Find out what trends we saw in the 300 plus pattern releases.
SpaceX destroyed Starship SN1 during a pressure test. The roughly 25-meter tall fuel/oxygen tanks of SN1 had an apparent weld failure during a liquid nitrogen load and pressurization. Find out why it’s really no big deal for SpaceX.