6th Annual Super Bowl of Trivia! Rock N Roll!

The Women’s Center North Guild is proud to announce the 6th Annual Super Bowl of Trivia – Rock N Roll will be held on Saturday February 10th, 2018 at the Indian River Preserve Country Club in Mims. We invite you to recruit a team to play and enjoy the fun and help us raise funds… [Continue Reading]

Public Lands Day – Sea Rocket Native Plant Sale

What a better way to celebrate Public Lands day than in our very own Enchanted Forest Sanctuary! We have many beautiful and hard to find varieties all in top condition. These plants are just busting to get their roots in your yard. The Sea Rocket Chapter will have trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals available for… [Continue Reading]

Florida Native Plant Society – Sea Rocket Chapter Monthly Meeting

Sea Rocket Chapter monthly meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm. All Sea Rocket meetings and activities are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Sea Rocket Chapter serves north and central Brevard County from Scottsmoor to Rockledge and east to Merritt Island, Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach. Come early… [Continue Reading]

Saturday in the Garden with Sea Rocket Chapter

Come spend some time in the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary with some of the Sea Rocket chapter members. Help beautify the gardens, and maybe plant some new natives to enhance the already magical scenery and maybe even learn something new….you never know we have quite a few master gardeners in our ranks!

Space Budgets, Policy, Missions, Benefits, International Updates

Crewed EM-1 Mission:  Panel urges caution as NASA studies flying crew on first SLS; ESA deal hinges on what Trump does with NASA’s human spaceflight plans;NASA just got real about returning to the moon; Expert panel supports study to accelerate first crewed SLS mission; Trump makes NASA add astronauts to moon mission, could save $10… [Continue Reading]

Space Budgets, Policy, Missions, Benefits, International Updates

Human Missions to Mars:  Why Mars is the best planet  The passage of time, four billion years, has separated Mars and the Earth. The two planets may once have exhibited similar conditions, including temperate environments. However, while life thrived on the Earth, Mars turned cold and desert-like. The red planet may hold answers to why… [Continue Reading]

Space Budgets, Policy, Missions, Benefits, International Updates

Lunar Space Station:  This is NASA’s plan for humanity’s return to the moon, and beyond  A lunar-orbiting space station, positioned in the 2020s, figures prominently in NASA’s strategy to reach the Martian environs with human explorers in the 2030s. Asteroid Mission:  Smith, Babin question NASA assertion that scientists now support ARM  Chairs of the U.S…. [Continue Reading]

International Space Station

ESA Supports ISS 2024:  Europe commits to the space station and ExoMars as part of $11 billion in commitments to ESA  The European Space Agency’s 22 member ministerial council ended a long range planning session in Switzerland late last week with an endorsement to extend operations of the International Space Station from 2020 to 2024…. [Continue Reading]

Space Budgets, Policy, Missions, Benefits, International Updates

Lunar Outpost:  An international outpost near the Moon gets closer to reality  NASA and its International Space Station partners in Russia, Europe, Japan and Canada have discussed possible cooperation in the development of a lunar orbiting outpost in the 2020s using the agency’s Orion and Space Launch System hardware. The small space station like lunar… [Continue Reading]