Today, the Google Home Page features the YouTube Space Lab, so about a billion people should know about it by now. Just in case that isn't enough, I'll try to push it over the edge with this mention. The winning space experiment video will be performed on the International Space Station.
House appropriators tell FAA to focus more on air than space - Space Politics - The affordable space access prize proposed by the FAA is one of the casualties.
Illinois Team Wins Oil Spill Cleanup X CHALLENGE
Pictures: X PRIZE Contest Seeks Improved Oil Spill Cleanup - National Geographic
NASA Funded Astronomer Wins Nobel Prize - NASA Watch
Rocketry Winners Come to Washington - OSTP Blog - White House
NASA Adds Some Numbers to Green Flight Challenge
AVweb Readers Weigh In on Electric Aircraft, Green Flight Challenge
Green Flight Challenge Winners
Green Flight Challenge – Days Three and Five
Green Flight Challenge – Day Two - CAFE Foundation Blog
The CAFE Foundation PhotoStream has pictures from the event.
NASA Contest Heralds Dawn of the Electric Plane - OSTP Blog - White House - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden
X PRIZE Foundation Announces Three-Year, Multi-Million Dollar Sponsorship with Shell for Prizes Promoting Exploration of Space, Oceans and Land - X PRIZE Foundation press release - This includes the Why Do You Explore? video contest, with a grand prize of a $10,000 National Geographic Expedition, and 3 other prizes of Airship Ventures flights.
Amateur Rocketeers Chase $10,000 Launch Prize Offered by John Carmack - Space.com