Welcome Aboard.

SpaceCraft is dedicated to helping scientists tell their stories. With graduate-level science training and experience writing for the Web, newspapers, magazines, TV and radio, writer Kate Becker specializes in developing compelling science features for general and non-specialist audiences.

What Sets Us Apart

The creativity to see things from a fresh perspective.
Scientists know creativity. At SpaceCraft, we bring that creative spark to the page, developing compelling stories that speak directly to your target audience.

The experience to get the science right.
Before founding SpaceCraft, Kate Becker studied astronomy at Cornell University, earning her MS in 2005. Specializing in agile detection algorithms for radio signals, she co-authored publications in Nature and The Astrophysical Journal and observed with radio and optical telescopes around the world.

The insight to make it resonate.
At SpaceCraft, we see science from a human angle. We go beyond ''gee whiz'' facts and figures to explore the deeper stories behind scientific discovery. In the process, we produce work that sticks with readers long after the Wow factor fades away.

Learn more

To find out more about SpaceCraft, please contact Kate Becker:

email: kate at spacecrafty.com
ph: 303.941.7434
Clips and Links
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Creator of The Visible Universe, a bi-weekly astronomy column in the Boulder Daily Camera
NEW Back to Mach and The Black Hole and the Babelfish, two stories for the Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi) on scientists trying to unlock the secret of quantum gravity.
The Visible Universe blog, a companion to the column in the Boulder Daily Camera
Solar system education support for the University of Colorado's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Contributor to Sky and Telescope magazine's News Notes
News writer and occasional host of How on Earth, a weekly science program on KGNU community radio
Cornell Chronicle science writer
Volunteer for the award-winning Ask an Astronomer web site
Recent freelance work: The Best Week Ever for seedmagazine.com, August 30, 2006