Who’s Out There-Anyone? A Review

Spaceflight is activating herpes in astronauts

Some exoplanets tilt too much, and it’s pushing everyone apart

NASA unlikely to return Mars samples in the 2020s

The Challenges of Returning to Regular Life After Life in Space

Gateway Foundation Shows off Their Plans for an Enormous Rotating Space Station

With the best air pressure sensor ever on Mars, scientists find a mystery

NASA experiments suggest problems lie ahead for astronauts during Mars mission

The Impacts of Space Travel on Family Life

Year in space put U.S. astronaut’s disease defenses on alert

Who’s Out There–Weirdos?

The Holy Grail of Astrobiology

Something Is Not Quite Right In the Universe, Ultraprecise New Measurement Reveals

How Does Weather Affect Space Travel?

Ocean Moons, Promising Targets in Search for Life, Could Be Dead Inside

How do Astronauts Grow Plants Grow in Space?

Dark Energy Gets Weirder: Mysterious Force May Vary Over Time

Space Travel May Increase Astronauts’ Susceptibility to Cancer

How an Ancient Rock Carrying Earth’s Oldest Known Crystals Ended Up on the Moon

Changing How We Build Satellites Could Do More Than Reduce Space Junk

A Step in the Right Direction: Solar Electric Propulsion (SEP)

Who’s Out There-Search Strategy

Space Stress: How Astronauts Manage Their Mental Health

How Healthy Do I Need to Be Before Heading to Space?

NASA May Decide This Year to Land a Drone on Saturn’s Moon Titan

China might just have grown the first plant ever on the moon

Astronauts Could Be Growing Beans in Space in 2021

See the first images from China’s Chang’e-4 voyage to the moon’s far side

It’s official: NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has made history

New Horizons Spacecraft Makes New Year’s Day Flyby of Ultima Thule, the Farthest Rendezvous Ever

Working in space doesn’t seem to shorten astronauts’ lives

The Apollo Moon Missions Did More Than Allow Man to Walk on the Moon

Alien Hunters, Stop Using the Drake Equation

What to Take Care of Before You Head Into Space

Watch an astronaut trying to walk after being in space

Who’s Out There?—Tiny Water Critters?

Here’s the First Image of the Sun from the Parker Solar Probe

NASA’s Voyager 2 Probe Enters Interstellar Space

Listen to the very first sounds recorded on Mars

The Most Powerful Ion Drive in Space Is Ready for Its to Visit Mercury

How Important is Dental Health for Astronauts?

Drinking Alcohol in Space: Is It Possible?

NASA’s 2020 rover will search Mars for signs of life

Sun’s closest solo star may have company

How Much Radiation Are ISS Astronauts Exposed To?

The Final Frontier of Human Disease: Vaccine Research in Space

A Deadly, Fast-Spreading Form of Super-Ice Could Be Killing Off Alien Life-Forms

NASA astronauts will get to use this extraterrestrial supercomputer

Virgin Orbit Shows off its “Launcher One”, a Rocket Carried by an Airplane

How Do Bones React in Space?

What Scientists Found Inside the Brains of 10 Russian Cosmonauts

Who’s Out There?— Earth’s Long Experiment–a book review

Geopolitics & How International Farming Could Bring Us All Together (in Space)

What do astronauts and one in five women have in common?

Virgin Galactic to reach space in ‘weeks not months’

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

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

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?

SpaceX gives us a glimpse of its Mars base vision

Who’s Out There?— Us!

Are Upgradable Satellites the Future of Space Exploration?

To Avoid Vision Problems in Space, Astronauts Will Need Some Kind of Artificial Gravity

Actionable Steps for the New Frontier?

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

Japanese Space-Elevator Experiment Launching to Space Station Next Week

Who’s Out There?—Possibilities?

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

Space Rock in the Crosshairs! Japanese Spacecraft Takes Close-Up Images of Target Asteroid

Who’s Out There?— Ozone? What Else?

Scientists Invented AI Made From DNA

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

Space & Science: A Happy Marriage

Who’s Out There?—Focusing On Talent

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

Climate Change Killed the Aliens, and It Will Probably Kill Us Too, New Simulation Suggests

NASA is sending a spacecraft to investigate the ‘bubble’ that protects our solar system

The next big discovery in astronomy? Scientists probably found it years ago – but they don’t know it yet

Extremely Large Telescope: The Biggest Eye on the Sky

NASA’s Space AI Hunts Exoplanets, Not Humans — Yet

How to Make Inspiring Spacecraft Designs a Reality

Sleeping in Space: Coping with Darkness & Light

SpaceX launches five Iridium satellites and twin science spacecraft

Weird Space Rock Provides More Evidence for Mysterious ‘Planet Nine’

Here’s the Weird Science Launching to the Space Station This Weekend

A ‘Mars on Earth’ Helps Scientists with Their Search for Alien Life

Mars Helicopter to Fly on NASA’s Next Red Planet Rover Mission

Human waste used to make ‘Marmite-like’ food for astronauts

Lunar Meteorite Discovery Suggests There’s Hidden Water on the Moon

NASA launches InSight spacecraft bound for Mars

Projectile Cannon Shows Asteroid Impacts May Have Made Earth a Watery Planet

International Space Station

What is the Future of Space-Based Research?

NASA Just Dropped Its Most Detailed Video Tour of the Moon Yet

First four images from Virgin Galactic’s successful new test flight

Information Systems & Data Recovery in Space

Why Is China’s Space Station Falling to Earth in the First Place?

SpaceX launch last year punched huge, temporary hole in the ionosphere

Deep-Space Radiation May Be Getting More Dangerous for Future Astronauts

NASA Twins Study Confirms Effects of Long-Term Space Flight

How Much Trash Is on the Moon?

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