NASA is Working on a 700-Calorie Breakfast Bar – Discovery News


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NASA is Working on a 700-Calorie Breakfast Bar
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NASA food scientists are developing a food bar to replace a typical 700- to 800-calorie meal astronauts eat for breakfast. That sounds like a lot, but the average crewmember aboard the International Space Station eats 3,000 calories a day, a level ...
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Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space – CNET


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Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space
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The ESA has put a levitating furnace on the International Space Station. Getting it to work right required a bit of shaving cream. by Michael Franco · @writermfranco; 25 November 2014 5:38 pm GMT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more.

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Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space – CNET


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Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space
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The ESA has put a levitating furnace on the International Space Station. Getting it to work right required a bit of shaving cream. by Michael Franco · @writermfranco; November 25, 2014 9:38 AM PST. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus ...

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Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space – CNET


Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space
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The ESA has put a levitating furnace on the International Space Station. Getting it to work right required a bit of shaving cream. by Michael Franco · @writermfranco; 26 November 2014, 4:38 am AEDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus ...

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What It Feels Like to Fly in NASA’s Crazy Zero-Gravity Plane – Gizmodo


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What It Feels Like to Fly in NASA's Crazy Zero-Gravity Plane
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Last week we showed you how NASA simulates space here on Earth, with everything from advanced virtual reality to monstrous thermal vacuum chambers. But all of that still can't prepare you for how an object, or an experiment, will behave in zero gravity.

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NASA launches $5 million contest to find CubeSats for deep space missions – Engadget

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