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India Successfully Launches Seven Satellites With a Single Rocket
It’s been a busy day for India’s space agency. Underscoring the world’s largest democracy’s desire to become a serious player...
Video: Tiny Autonomous Airplane Sets Unofficial World Altitude Record
Stanford students send a tiny self-piloted aircraft up beyond 7,000 feet
First Vaccine Developed in Space is Headed for Human Trials
A salmonella vaccine derived from space research could enter clinical trials next year
Augmented Reality Headsets to Help ISS Astronauts
As if space isn't cool enough already. Why can't they augment our mundane Earth reality first?
Chandra Space Telescope Snaps Grand New Shot of Milky Way
NASA today released a new, panoramic mosaic of the Milky Way, and frankly, it rivals anything snapped during the Hubble’s...
New Study Shows That Torturing People Makes Them Forget the Facts You Want Them to Confess
While the debate over the legality of waterboarding has raged fiercely since the Bush administration declared that it was not...
NASA Rocket Attempts to Recreate Rare Night-Glowing Cloud
East Coast observers reported a brilliant artificial cloud from NASA's experiment that lasted just minutes
Moon May Beat Pluto as Coldest Place in Solar System
NASA probe finds lunar craters with temperatures below -396 degrees F
Instant Expert: Alien Hunting
The Big Question: How do we find life outside Earth?
DARPA Wants A Few Good Space Debris Cleaners
Pentagon seeks solutions for clearing space junk from Earth orbit