NED CANTWELL: Great Xmas present: Blast off into outer space
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NED CANTWELL: Great Xmas present: Blast off into outer space Looking Askance Rio Rancho Observer | 0 comments. That wild and crazy Richard Branson says New Mexico's space future will roar into reality on Christmas Day when he will blast into orbit ...
John Kelly: Watchdog rounds up 5 biggest issues facing NASA
Astronaut Chris Cassidy has fun with Robonaut 2 in the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station. One of NASA challenges in the coming years is maximizing the science and engineering benefits it gets from the space station. / NASA ...
NASA creates the first topographic map of Titan, Saturn's largest moon
Scientists observing Saturn's moon Titan with NASA's Cassini spacecraft have boldly gone where no man has gone before -- visually, anyway. Using radar imagery collected from nine years of Cassini flybys, researchers were able to patch together the ...
NASA's Plum Brook Station tests rocket fairing for SpaceX (video)
Since 2007, NASA has spent $150 million to upgrade its Plum Brook testing site. The improvements at the former World War II explosives complex operated by the space agency's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland are to make it a premier destination for ...
Johns Hopkins undergraduates help design space stethoscope for NASA
A team of students at Johns Hopkins University has designed a stethoscope that delivers accurate heart and body sounds to medics who are trying to assess astronauts' health on long missions in noisy spacecraft. Space is serene, because no air means no ...
NASA head views progress on asteroid lasso mission
AP Photo/Nick Ut NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, left, Firouz Naderi, director for the Solar System Exploration, and John Brophy, electric propulsion engineer, are shown during Bolden's visit to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
US Lawmakers Again Prod NASA's Asteroid Retrieval Plan
NASA, Bigelow Aerospace partner for human space exploration
Buzz Aldrin: Why NASA is 'wrong,' why English-speaking nations must lead, and ...