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Are We Really Going to the Moon Again?
Bush said yes, or maybe he said maybe. We assess the message, and the tech that will be required if the nation really gets behind an ambitious moon program.
Man at Play in the Cosmos
A who's who of space-exploration contenders wouldn't be complete without capitalists, NGOs, big government and the clinically insane.
Gearing Up for Future Mars Romps
Souped-up rovers should boost extraterrestrial research.
Hand-Built, Wood-Trimmed, Jet-Powered
Don't let the old-fashioned lines of this beauty fool you: Half a million buys you a boat that's tech-packed and joystick-steered.
Department of Cryobiology
If we can't freeze people on Earth, don't try it in space.
Slicing Up The Green Cheese
Who controls the Moon -- governments or gold-digging Internet homesteaders?
Rutan Flying High
X Prize Update: Boom! SpaceShipOne hits Mach speed in its first test flight.
Snapshot of a Bureaucracy
It Doesn’t Take a Rocket Scientist
Space architect Constance Adams spent seven years at NASA. Here's her prescription for fixing the place.
Meet the homeland security blimp, flying high by 2006.