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Chinese robots are on a mission to beat NASA to the far side of the moon
(Dec 2018) NASA’s . “When we start to return humans to the moon, I think the odds are overwhelming that it will be to the side facing the Earth,” Logsdon says. “In the long scheme of things, if humans return t
Why defining the boundary of space may be crucial for the future of spaceflight
on 13th of Dec 2018 It might change around a few historical . low over another country on the way back home from space. And they might want to know what laws apply in case there is some kind of mishap in the air. “In t
‘The Swim’ Ends in Hawaii After Spotlighting Ocean Plastic Crisis
(Dec 2018) “We had to stop . Is Not What You Think It Is After a break for repairs and to sit out the winter, Seeker will return to the Pacific and resume course for California via the North Pacific Gyre, an a
What Venice Can Teach American Cities
(Dec 2018) Climate change will assuredly bring similar risk to U.S. coastal . In both positive and negative directions, Venice points the way. We want to hear what you think about this article. Submit a letter
Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio
(Dec 2018) Last week, Donald Trump offered a perfect encapsulation of the political Twilight Zone that is his presidency when he dismissed his own administration’s dire report on climate change
DESTINATION: MARS. Today NASA’s Mars InSight lander is expected to become the first probe since 2012 to set down on the surface of the Red Planet when it .
NASA to pay private space companies for moon rides – Science Magazine
(since Nov, 2018) NASA to pay private space companies for moon rides Science Magazine
Next month, almost a half-century since the United States last landed a spacecraft on the moon, NASA is expected to announce plans for a return. But the .
Tallying up the biomass in a forest—and monitoring changes to it—is no easy task. You can cordon off a patch of forest and use tape measures to assess tree .
NASA Responds After Stephen Curry Reveals That He Doesn’t Believe We’ve Actually Been To The Moon – Guacamoley
(Dec 2018) NASA Responds After Stephen Curry Reveals That He Doesn’t Believe We’ve Actually Been To The Moon Guacamoley
Steph Curry doesn’t believe that man has actually been to the moon, so NASA invited him to come over so they can prove it.
Uranus and Neptune Should Be Top Priority, Says Report – Eos
Dec 14th, 2018 13:49 UTC Uranus and Neptune Should Be Top Priority, Says Report Eos
Launching a small orbiter with an accompanying atmospheric probe to the solar system’s ice giants—Uranus and Neptune—should be a top priority for NASA in .
Virgin Galactic reaches space and is one step closer to space tourism – Bangor Daily News
Dec 14th, 2018 13:59 UTC Virgin Galactic reaches space and is one step closer to space tourism Bangor Daily News
Virgin Galactic launched a spacecraft more than 50 miles high Thursday, reaching the Federal Aviation Administration’s definition of space and capturing a .
NASA’s leader Jim Bridenstine occupies a lonely position in Trump world.
Three Years Later, Checking In On The Paris Accord – Science Friday
Dec 14th, 2018 05:14 UTC Three Years Later, Checking In On The Paris Accord Science Friday
Three years ago, the world’s countries came together in Paris to set standards for reducing global carbon emissions. Today, those same countries are meeting .
Matt Damon already proved potatoes can survive on Mars, but NASA now wants to figure out how spaceflight and changing gravity patterns impact the way other .
For a cold little planet, Mars remains a hot topic: The general public wants to know more about this alien world and hear from the scientists who study it. Recent .