Why H-Space? H is for Hub. Hub between: scientists science communicators and public outreach officers journalists space industry H is for History. My two main areas of interest are: History and Space First photos of the Earth from space were taken using V2 rocket in 1946 at the altitude of 105 km. H is for Hydrogen. The most common element in the Universe. Spectral lines of hydrogen. H is for He. Helium. Or He-3, Helium-3. As I was told by geologist and Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt, one day Helium-3 from the Moon may become the reasonable source of energy for mankind. H-Space may also mean „He & Space” <= that is of course about me and space. Or „His Space” => that’s because I really need some space on my own in order to work efficiently… H for History. H for Hydrogen. H for Helium. Zeppelin airship LZ 11 Viktoria Luise on May 5, 1912 in Marburg.