And should colonists on Mars be allowed to eat each other?
In the midst of a pandemic, we still sent astronauts back into space, broke off pieces of two asteroids, stared hard at the sun, and so much more.
30 new studies show astronauts experience telomere lengthening and mitochondrial malfunction in space.
Keeping shuttle residents entertained is a serious business.
As NASA and SpaceX prep for a historic launch, two actual rocket scientists reflect on rough Shuttle-era rides into orbit.
Here’s what they’re looking for.
NASA will stream the historical event early on Friday morning
If humans want to create a lasting presence on the Red Planet, they’ll have to learn to live off the land.
Rocket engineering turns out to be even harder than rocket science.
Our brains might experience similar struggles in space radiation.
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