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October 16, 2016

China poised for space station mission

China is to launch two men into orbit on Monday morning as it continues to develop its ability to explore space. The astronauts will take off […]
October 15, 2016

5 Reasons You Should Thank Technology for Your Life

Technology will undoubtedly save your life at least once. You might be surprised by the different types of technology that millions of people owe their lives […]
October 15, 2016

WORLD'S BIGGEST RADIO TELESCOPE JOINS THE SEARCH FOR ALIEN LIFE

CHINA’S ‘FAST’ TELESCOPE LENDS AN EAR TO YURI MILNER’S BREAKTHROUGH LISTEN PROJECT Scientists searching for extraterrestrial life have added a big ear to their arsenal. This […]
October 14, 2016

DEEP SPACE TRAVEL COULD DAMAGE ASTRONAUTS’ BRAINS

RODENTS SUFFER FROM COGNITIVE PROBLEMS MONTHS AFTER ENCOUNTERING SPACE-LIKE RADIATION On a mission to Mars, future astronauts will have to leave the protection of Earth’s magnetic […]
October 13, 2016

NASA Won't Say If Or When Private Citizens Can Visit The Space Station

As part of a NASA initiative, private companies will soon have the opportunity to add their own modules to the ISS. Whether or not those modules […]
October 11, 2016

HOW THE NOISE OF BIG ROCKETS BREAKS APART BUILDINGS

The engineers who designed and built the Saturn V rocket knew it was a behemoth, but no one was totally prepared for what it would be […]
October 10, 2016

Astronauts on long-haul space flights risk getting 'space brains'

Astronauts flying to Mars are in danger of long-term brain damage and dementia from the onslaught of radiation in galactic cosmic rays, according to a new […]
October 9, 2016

NASA SENT A DRONE OUT TO TRACK HURRICANE MATTHEW

GOING WHERE NO SATELLITE CAN SEE The RQ-4 Global Hawk is built for watching disasters unfold. The high-altitude, long endurance drone can fly for over 34 […]
October 7, 2016

Science In Medicine: What's The Next Big Thing In Pharmaceuticals?

When the outcome goes well, it’s easy to see why medicine seems miraculous. The doctor makes a suggestion or performs a procedure, and all is well. […]