Welcome to Astro-Space News, a site where you can find the latest astronomy and space stories that might interest you. You can come to the Web page to read the latest issue or you can subscribe to the newsletter and receive it in your e-mail Inbox. It’s up to you.
What’s really great is that you are getting in on this news in the beginning of 2007. The current issue is for 1/1/07 to 1/16/07, because some stations are still on a holiday break. Weekly updates will resume as of 1/16/07. I think it’s really cool that the author also provides a printable version.
Are you ready to dive into the latest news on this topic? Well, then just scroll down. You will learn about many topics as you do. One of prominent features seems to be an interest in asteroids during this time of year. Many publications are covering that story. You’ll find everything from the discovery of the asteroid 2006 XGI to the possibility of space travel to asteroids by scientists and astronauts.
There is also news of Russia’s space launches and how they’re teaming up with China, along with plenty of NASA news, including their teaming up with Google and how they want to make Space seem cool. This is just a handful of the topics in this issue, so take your time digging through it.
Near the bottom of the page, you’ll also find the In the Sky This Week section, which details what’s going up in outer space this week. From the alignment of the planets to what’s going on with the moon, you’ll find all the information you need here.
After that, you’ll find links to others sites of interest, as well as, a poll about the content included in the issue. All in all, this is a well put together astro-space publication and you better check it out!