My iPhone is going with me to Mars.

Communication with Mars and Earth I am taking my iPhone with me to Mars.   The students working on the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures are coming up with creative ways to simulate how we will communicate with each other on Mars. We are experimenting with custom software and the iPhone 6. Bob Barboza has written […]

Who knows a geologist in China?

I want to learn how to be a geologist working on the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Geologist’s Toolkits Our students are getting excited about studying geology, astronomy and chemistry. We are learning how to become geologists on a simulated Mars mission. One of our projects involves putting our geologist’s lab kits together. Students are getting […]

Space Program of the People’s Republic of China

The space program of the People’s Republic of China is directed by the China National Space Administration (CNSA). Its technological roots can be traced back to the late 1950s, when the People’s Republic began a ballistic missile program in response to perceived American (and, later, Soviet) threats. However, the first Chinese crewed space program only […]

Chinese-American Students Display Robotics and Creativity Skills

Kids Talk Radio took the time to interview students in the USA that love to work with robotics.  We are looking to share more stories about space science, robotics, astronomy, biology, electronics and other tops in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics. We welcome your contributions and comments. Bob Barboza,