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Buzz Aldrin sloshed around in pee on the moon (and 11 other Apollo facts)

Half a century after Apollo, why haven’t we been back to the Moon?

Did we mishear Neil Armstrong’s famous first words on the Moon?

Why doesn’t anyone live on the moon yet?

50 Years After Apollo 11, a Mars Landing Is the Next Giant Leap, NASA Chief Says

Fifty Years and Still Learning.

Ed White: The First American to Walk in Space

Making Business Plans in Space

Japanese spacecraft grabs second asteroid sample near blasted crater

Mars Astronauts Could Tote Inflatable Landing Pad to Ease Descent

Buzz Aldrin is looking forward, not back—and he has a plan to bring NASA along

NASA’s Mighty Moon Launcher Moves to Rocket Pad for Solo Testing

NASA will look for life in space with a nuclear-powered drone

Astronauts Aren’t Dying From Space Radiation, New Research Suggests

AI Created a 3D Replica of Our Universe. We Have No Idea How It Works.

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy fairing tries to enter hyperspace, lands in net in new videos

European Mars lander suffers parachute damage in test

Orion abort system passes in-flight abort test

Upcoming test to demonstrate Orion’s launch abort system in flight

Lunar Robotic Mission Heracles Will Scout for Human Landings

Only Surviving NASA Copy of Neil Armstrong’s Moonwalk Heads to Auction

NASA’s new mission to Titan is looking for life in all the right places

How Is Science Education Evolving?

NASA’s new plane will fly at supersonic speeds—without a windshield

Nasa’s Curiosity Mars rover senses methane spike

The next Falcon Heavy launch is arguably the most exciting one to date

One legacy of Carl Sagan may take flight next week—a working solar sail

David Saint-Jacques looks forward to simple pleasures of life on Earth after he returns Monday

NASA’s Getting Ready to Explore the Corpse of an Ancient Planet in the Asteroid Belt

Apollo’s Moon Shot’ Series Shows History of Human Lunar Exploration

Who’s Out There? Anyone On Rogue Planets?

Will Apollo Nostalgia Help NASA Get Its Artemis Moon Money?

NASA Spacecraft Spots ‘Star Trek’ Logo on Mars

Newest moon mystery is fascinating

A trip to the International Space Station will cost tourists $52 million

The Search for Habitable Alien Worlds in Earth’s Backyard Heats Up

This Asteroid Has a 1-in-7,000 Chance of Hitting Earth This Fall

Space Babies: Sex and Pregnancy in Microgravity

NASA will allow private astronauts on the ISS for $11,250-$22,500 a day

NASA’s Mars Helicopter Whirls Through Tests on Way to 2020 Launch

Nasa chooses first astronauts to ride spacex’s dragon spacecraft

NASA Astronaut Captures The Entirety Of Earth In Incredible 60-Second Timelapse

SpaceX beginning to tackle some of the big challenges for a Mars journey

This distant Neptune-like planet really shouldn’t exist

NASA picks three companies to attempt Moon landings in 2020 and 2021

Happy Birthday! Spacewalking Cosmonauts Pay Tribute to Pioneering Predecessor

UFOs exist and everyone needs to adjust to that fact

Space-Based Medical Research for Public Health

A ball of space mud just pelted Earth—and scientists couldn’t be happier

Boeing completes tests of Starliner thrusters

Huge Amount of Water Ice Is Spotted on Mars (It Could Be Long-Lost Polar Ice Caps)

Moving Forward With Space-Based Solar Power

NASA’s full Artemis plan revealed: 37 launches and a lunar outpost

Industry wants NASA to move ahead quickly on Gateway module

Who’s Out There-Microbes?

SpaceX Is Building a ‘Starship’ Rocket Prototype in Florida, Too

NASA selects 11 companies for lunar lander studies

Goodnight, Chang’e-4! China’s Probe on Moon’s Far Side Naps for Lunar Night

The moon is quaking as it shrinks

NASA seeks additional $1.6 billion for 2024 Moon plan

How Do Engineers Design & Build Rockets?

NASA would like you to record memories of the first Moon landing

Jeff Bezos unveils his sweeping vision for humanity’s future in space

Crew Dragon parachutes failed in recent test

Even If We Can Stop a Dangerous Asteroid, Being Human May Mean We Don’t Succeed

Space Adventures reaches settlement with would-be lunar tourist

NASA outlines plan for 2024 lunar landing

An asteroid’s water may offer clues to the origin of life on Earth

SpaceX Dragon Heads to Space Station with NASA Science, Cargo

Blue Origin reaches space again on latest New Shepard test flight

After a decade, NASA finally reveals root cause of two failed rocket launches

NASA outlines plan for 2024 lunar landing

Weird Science: Nanoparticles, Algae and Organs on Chips to Launch on SpaceX Dragon

NASA tweaks call for lunar lander concepts

Investment Opportunities in Space

China Plans to Build a Base near the Moon’s South Pole

How an Asteroid Flyby in 2017 Is Helping NASA Defend Earth from Armageddon

The US Navy Wants Pilots to Report UFO Sightings

Who’s Out There-Anyone? A review (Pt. 2)

Second NASA Astronaut to Spend Nearly a Year in Space — For Science

NASA’s TESS Exoplanet Mission Finds 1st Earth-Size Alien World

What’s in Store for the Future of Space Aviation?

SpaceIL says “chain of events” led to crash of lunar lander

Israel’s Lunar Lander Has Crashed on the Moon

‘Alien’ Lights in Norway Were a NASA Test, Not an Extraterrestrial Visit

The World’s Best Universities for Physics and Astronomy

Watch 2 Astronauts Take a Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station Today!

Veteran NASA Astronauts Inducted into US Astronaut Hall of Fame

Molecular Space Biology: Real-World Connections

A Japanese Probe Just Bombed an Asteroid

SpaceX’s ‘Starhopper’ Starship Prototype Just Aced Its 1st Hop, Elon Musk Says

Why Next-Generation Astronauts Will Need the ‘New Right Stuff’ for Space Travel

NASA chief says a Falcon Heavy rocket could fly humans to the Moon

Life on Jupiter’s Moon Europa? Lander Design Team Hopes to Be the Ones to Find It

ISS Spacewalk Live Stream Cut As A Mysterious Object Approached The Astronauts

Blue Origin studying repurposing of New Glenn upper stages

SpaceX Releases a New Render of What the All-Steel Starship Will Look Like Returning to Earth

2020 Mars Helicopter Could Open Alien Skies to Exploration

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy shown launching NASA Orion spacecraft in fan render

Most of us have viruses sleeping inside us, and spaceflight wakes them up

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