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  • Bursting with Excitement

    Bursting with Excitement

    Friday, February 9 2018 3:55 AM EST2018-02-09 08:55:38 GMT
    Watching a bubble float effortlessly through the International Space Station may be mesmerizing and beautiful to witness, but that same bubble is also teaching...
    Watching a bubble float effortlessly through the International Space Station may be mesmerizing and beautiful to witness, but that same bubble is also teaching...
  • Failure is an Option

    Failure is an Option

    Friday, February 9 2018 3:55 AM EST2018-02-09 08:55:36 GMT
    In December 2015, Gabe MacPhail, a seventh grader at St. Thomas More Cathedral School in Arlington, Virginia, travelled to Florida along with 100 other members...
    In December 2015, Gabe MacPhail, a seventh grader at St. Thomas More Cathedral School in Arlington, Virginia, travelled to Florida along with 100 other members of the...
  • How Demanding Will Traveling to Mars be on the Human?

    How Demanding Will Traveling to Mars be on the Human?

    Thursday, February 1 2018 3:32 AM EST2018-02-01 08:32:46 GMT
    The Twin Study propelled NASA into the genomics era of space travel. It was a ground-breaking study comparing what happened to astronaut Scott Kelly, in space,...
    The Twin Study propelled NASA into the genomics era of space travel. It was a ground-breaking study comparing what happened to astronaut Scott Kelly, in space, to his...
  • Investigation to Combat Muscular Atrophy with Implantable Device

    Investigation to Combat Muscular Atrophy with Implantable Device

    Saturday, January 27 2018 3:40 AM EST2018-01-27 08:40:05 GMT
    Extended spaceflight takes a toll on many systems within the human body, including the musculoskeletal system. An investigation aboard the International Space...
    Extended spaceflight takes a toll on many systems within the human body, including the musculoskeletal system. An investigation aboard the International Space Station...
  • Sensor to Monitor Orbital Debris Outside Space Station

    Sensor to Monitor Orbital Debris Outside Space Station

    Saturday, December 30 2017 3:33 AM EST2017-12-30 08:33:28 GMT
    The International Space Station isn't the only spacecraft orbiting the Earth. In fact, it is accompanied by the Hubble Space Telescope, satellites within the...
    The International Space Station isn't the only spacecraft orbiting the Earth. In fact, it is accompanied by the Hubble Space Telescope, satellites within the Earth...
  • Genes in Space-3 Successfully Identifies Unknown Microbes in Space

    Genes in Space-3 Successfully Identifies Unknown Microbes in Space

    Thursday, December 21 2017 3:01 AM EST2017-12-21 08:01:26 GMT
    Being able to identify microbes in real time aboard the International Space Station, without having to send them back to Earth for identification first, would be...
    Being able to identify microbes in real time aboard the International Space Station, without having to send them back to Earth for identification first, would be...
  • Bridging the Gap

    Bridging the Gap

    Wednesday, December 20 2017 3:49 AM EST2017-12-20 08:49:14 GMT
    Before we can run or jump, we walk. Before sending humans to Mars, NASA must understand how the human body is affected by living and working in space. Typical...
    Before we can run or jump, we walk. Before sending humans to Mars, NASA must understand how the human body is affected by living and working in space. Typical missions...
  • Space Station Research Explorer on NASA.gov Launches Phase One

    Space Station Research Explorer on NASA.gov Launches Phase One

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 3:27 AM EST2017-12-12 08:27:22 GMT
    Researchers, prospective partners, media professionals, students, and space enthusiasts now have more space station science at their fingertips with Space...
    Researchers, prospective partners, media professionals, students, and space enthusiasts now have more space station science at their fingertips with Space Station...
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