There are not many topics that are more exciting and interesting than space! Space, with it’s planets, twinkling stars, asteroids, and black holes has captivated the heart of many people, old and young. Today, the first Friday in May, is celebrated as International Space Day. A holiday created by Lockheed Martin to encourage interest and celebration of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) subjects. (source) It is now celebrated all over the twitter sphere, classrooms, and communities across our country and beyond.