Fragile Oasis

Connecting Space and Earth: Learn. Act. Make a Difference.
  • Surcos Argentina - Argentina Grooves
  • Our ISS
  • Project Snoopy
  • Project Calliope
  • Carbon for Water
  • Partners In Health
  • Living Proof: Their Daily Bread
  • Women Deliver Safe Motherhood Initiative
  • Project Heal Service Dogs For Wounded Veterans
  • Nobel Women's Initiative
  • Portland State University SWEET Lab
  • Yonkers Partners in Education Family Literacy Program
  • Bethany House
  • Project Mercury Rising
  • ONE DROP In Honduras - Access to Safe Water for the Communities of the Dry Tropics
  • We Need To Talk
  • H2 Empower Library Project
  • Broadband for All
  • KiBO Foundation
  • United Nations Clean Water Carbon Credit Program
  • The Mary J. Blige Center for Women
  • Space Shuttle Guide
  • Solar Cooker Project for Women from Darfur
  • Free the Water
  • Feeding Children Everywhere
  • Ukraine Kids
  • Surrounded By Water: Enhancing Disaster Preparedness in Indonesia
  • Lower East Side Ecology Center
  • Do One Thing
  • Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana
  • Engineers Without Borders

Latest Blog Posts

A Poem for Saturday: Halfway to Pluto

Don Pettit Node 2, Deck 5 ISS, LEO I’m halfway to Pluto and Earth doesn’t know The trials of travel in space as we go With thrust to our backs while we speed on our way The blue dot of Earth becomes fainter each day When earthly horizons slip from your view The color of loneliness changes its hue And ...Keep Reading

Join the Orbital Perspective Launch Crew

I am really excited to report that we are fast approaching the official release of The Orbital Perspective – Lessons in Seeing the Big Picture from a Journey of 71 Million Miles, the book I wanted to write since returning to Earth from my first space mission in 2008. Launching on Space Shuttle Discovery fulfilled a lifelong dream. It also ...Keep Reading

Pilgrims Progress

On September 6, 1620, a ship with her passengers and crew set sail from Plymouth Harbor in England on a 3,000-mile voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to the "new world," planning to drop anchor where eleven years earlier the explorer Henry Hudson sailed in what is now New York Harbor, at the mouth of the river that bears his name ...Keep Reading

Project Activity

  • Education

    Our ISS

    Project updated May 26, 2015.

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  • Communication

    Human Progress Blog

    Project was added April 1, 2015.

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  • Education

    The Best Satellite-Generated Poem about Gardening the Earth

    Project updated Feb. 5, 2015.

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