This month's issue of Popshifter is dedicated to all things sci-fi and is brilliantly titled "Climb Onto the Nearest Star." The entire issue is fantastic, and is highly recommended reading. I wrote some pieces expressly for the (two?) NASA geeks out there:
- "Five Things You Should Know About NASA Fandom" -If you have no idea what the NASA Fandom is, here's a primer for you. Read on.
- "The Worst Space Film Ever: Marooned a.k.a. Space Travelers" - A film studio in the late 1960s somehow convinced Gene Hackman and Gregory Peck to star in an excremental film about the Apollo program. It's way worse than you think, trust me.
- "Life In A Post-Space Shuttle World" - This month's editorial, and a look back at where NASA has taken us, where we might go in the future, and why we need the U.S. space program more than ever.