Once upon a time there was a project called the California Space and Science Center.  It was an idea that grew out of a $100 million dollar lottery prize in the California State Lottery in 1987.  At the time I was an employee of the California Museum of Science and Industry, which was planning an enormous renovation, and $100 million dollars was what it was thought was required.  I had an idea for a space museum and, as I couldn't do that, it grew into a space education support group.  Hence the domain teachspace.org. 

Well, life went on, and I got involved with other projects.  CSSC is dormant.  But I use the domain for other things: personal stuff and volunteer stuff and things I research.  Take a look around if you like.