RocketSTEM Media Foundation is a private, not-for-profit organization established for the purpose of fostering science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, as well as promoting the benefits of space exploration. Their first project is the publication of a new magazine with content geared towards teachers, students and parents as well. The publication blends space history – past, present and future – with interviews, career paths, astronomy lessons, aerospace and astronomy news, museum features, NASA technology spinoffs, puzzles, games, quizzes, lesson plans and other educational resources, along with easy-to-follow explanations of the mathematics and physics of all things to do with aerospace and space travel.
As the best part, their issues are FREE to read and / or download.
The Mars Society was established to further the exploration and settlement of the planet Mars. The Mars Society works to accomplish this through public outreach and in so doing inspire the future pioneers of the Red Planet and by developing world-wide support for government-funded Mars research and exploration. The Mars Society also plans to promote exploration and settlement of Mars through working with private enterprise. Click here to visit: The Mars Society
Wired4Space is a website dedicated to providing the public with news and information from the Spaceports of the world. We have editors based in the U.S. and Europe, with the website’s resident Florida Editor, Jeff Seibert, based in Titusville, on Florida’s Space Coast just a few miles from Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Our prime objective is to educate by informing the world about the news and events happening in space, with a particular emphasis on launches and mission updates. Click here to visit: Wired4Space
The Meridiani Journal is a chronicle of planetary exploration, both in our own solar system and beyond; the name is derived from the desert plains of Meridiani Planum on Mars, where the Opportunity rover landed in 2004, finding the first on-site evidence for past liquid water. Many other discoveries, such as the geysers of Enceladus, the subsurface ocean of Europa, the methane rivers, lakes and seas of Titan and the growing number of exoplanets found orbiting other stars make this an exciting time of exploration and discovery.
TMJ is published by Paul Scott Anderson, a freelance space writer with a life-long passion for space exploration and astronomy. He currently writes for AmericaSpace, and Examiner.com His own blog The Meridiani Journal is a chronicle of planetary exploration. Click here to visit: The Meridiani Journal
VisitOuterSpace.com is a space tourism website, they serve as an information resource, travel planning guide, and experience review site. Visit Outer Space offers a reviews section that allows the public to detail their personal space tourism experiences, furthering the company’s goals of promoting space tourism. Visit Outer Space serves as a hub for those seeking to keep informed about matters relating to the burgeoning space tourism industry. They have a monthly e-newsletter and a variety of other sources. To contact them: firstname.lastname@example.org