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What’s the difference between a comet and an asteroid?

Here’s How Space Agencies Prepare to Rescue Astronauts During Soyuz Launch Aborts and Landings

The film First Man brings realities of life as an astronaut to the big screen

Astronauts Reflect on Apollo 11 Legacy in ‘First Man’ IMAX Featurette

SpaceX launches Argentine satellite, posts first ground-landing on West Coast

Will There Be Human Life on Mars?

In the hunt for aliens, satellites may light the way

Why NASA needs to flip Curiosity’s ‘brain’ over

Astronomers think they’ve found a moon the size of Neptune in a distant star system

Animal study suggests deep space travel may significantly damage GI function in astronauts

Top 15 Facts about the Emirates Mars Mission

It’s Official: NASA Just Announced a Bold 3-Part Plan to Send Humans to The Moon And Mars

If Extra Dimensions Do Exist, They Must Be Really, Really Small

Student Project Scans Sky for Alien Laser Beams

A Japanese company has announced a long-term plan to develop the Moon

Matter clocked speeding toward a black hole at 30 percent the speed of light

How Does NASA Search For New Planets and How Do They Find Them?

New Trends in Astronomy Education

SpaceX gives us a glimpse of its Mars base vision

Who’s Out There?— Us!

Meet the Amateur Rocketeer Building Self-Landing Replicas of SpaceX Rockets

Are Upgradable Satellites the Future of Space Exploration?

SpaceX Says it Will Fly a Japanese Billionaire Around the Moon in its ‘BFR’

Elon Musk is building a spaceship that’s so ambitious, some experts call it ‘science fiction.’ Here’s what SpaceX and its engineers are up against.

Actionable Steps for the New Frontier?

The Newest Mars Base Concept Is a Giant Igloo at the Martian North Pole

What It’s Like to Snag a Spacecraft with the International Space Station’s Robotic Arm

Japanese Space-Elevator Experiment Launching to Space Station Next Week

Life After Planet Earth

Astronaut.com Tops 15 Astronaut Blogs, Websites and Newsletters To Follow in 2018

ISS: Spacecraft hole could be ‘deliberate’

NASA says it’s building a gateway to the Moon—critics say it’s just a gate

The First: Hulu’s new series about a human mission to Mars feels pretty real

Planet Nine and six other baffling space mysteries scientists CAN’T explain

Planet Nine might be invisible for at least 1,000 years

SpaceX 7 months away from 1st crewed test flight

Film Review: Ryan Gosling in ‘First Man’

Could you qualify to be a full-fledged astronaut?

THERE ARE SO MANY WATER-WORLDS OUT THERE

NASA’s New Space Taxis

Who’s Out There?—Possibilities?

Stratolaunch confirms launch vehicle development plans by Jeff Foust — August 21, 2018

The Lesser-Known Side of Buzz Aldrin

So, you’re still interested in Astronomy? Locating the Andromeda Galaxy

Boeing to acquire Millennium Space Systems

The Most Interesting Aircraft Currently Under Construction

Astronomy for kids: A guide on how to choose the best telescope

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe blasts off on epic journey to ‘touch the Sun’

Trump’s Space Force aims to create ‘American dominance in space’ by 2020

The secret to Mars’ past warmth could be beneath Curiosity’s wheels

Later this year, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch its biggest batch of satellites yet

Commercial Crew Astronauts Prepare for Launch — What Will They Wear?

NASA names astronauts for first American flight to International Space Station since 2011

NASA will name 1st astronauts to fly commercial spacecraft to International Space Station

Boeing shifts schedule for Starliner, calls 2019 crew launch “realistic”

Sorry, Elon Musk: NASA says plans to terraform Mars won’t work

NASA reveals winners of 3D-printed mars habitat competition

Why Ku-band HTS is Superior for AISR

NASA is ready to name the astronauts who will take the very first SpaceX and Boeing flights

Lando, Luke, and Leia (non-CGI) return for Star Wars: Episode IX

Virgin’s Unity spaceship sets a new altitude record of 52 kilometers

Mars has tons of newly discovered water in a 12-mile-wide reservoir

Mysterious Substance and ‘Devilry’ Blamed for 3-Hour ‘Solar Eclipse’ in Russia

Do Astronauts Have Rights While in Space?

NASA probe designed to ‘touch the sun’ set to launch in early August

Take a Virtual Walk on the Moon in New York City!

Blue Origin successfully tests escape system in latest New Shepard launch

Aston Martin takes to the skies with first aircraft concept

MIT’s ‘Orbit Weaver’ Turns Astronauts into Spiders

Who’s Out There?— Ozone? What Else?

Star Trek technobabble: The science behind the science fiction

AR & Space Technologies: Future Trends

Electric satellite propulsion company raises $10 million

Nearby Alien Planet May Be Capable of Supporting Life

Crew Dragon completes thermal vacuum tests ahead of first test flight

Scientists Invented AI Made From DNA

NASA awards contract to study flying drones on Venus

Renderings of SpaceX clawboat’s huge net upgrade is a taste of what’s to come

Mars is on its way closer to Earth — and you can see it for yourself

Are we alone? The question is worthy of serious scientific study

World UFO Day 2018: How close have we actually got to finding aliens, and what would they be like?

NASA plans to publicly test its quiet supersonic technology this year

General Relativity Yet Stays Unscarred, But Now on an Intergalactic Scale

Equality Outta This World – How Women Are Paving the Way for the Final Frontier

Harlan Ellison Passes Away at 84

Space & Science: A Happy Marriage

China’s hypersonic military projects include spaceplanes and rail guns

Russia’s Proton rocket, which predates Apollo, will finally stop flying

New model predicts that we’re probably the only advanced civilization in the observable universe

Blue Origin plans to start selling suborbital spaceflight tickets next year

A Black Hole Has Been Shredding a Star Twice the Size of the Sun for 10 Years

8 perfect astronaut selfies

The proposed Space Force isn’t the first time the United States has tried to militarize space

Former astronaut criticizes lunar gateway plans

Habitability of the young earth could boost the chances of life elsewhere

Who’s Out There?—Focusing On Talent

Our DNA Might Be the Most Valuable Thing in a Trade Deal With Aliens

SpaceX proposing expansion of Florida launch processing facilities

A New Way to Find Alien Civilizations: Look for Their Satellites

Finally, scientists have found intriguing organic molecules on Mars

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