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NASA Acting Administrator Robert M. Lightfoot Jr.

Space Professionals: ORION-Update

Who are the heads behind the orbiting laboratory ISS? Who cares about the supply on the ground, who is responsible for the medical care of the astronauts? And who determines what happens on board and which experiments are performed? Our series „Space Professionals“ presents different masterminds behind the operation and utilization of the International Space Station: coaches, […]

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SpaceSocks

SOCK’M: Space Socks made for Space Travel

Space Socks – The First Manufacture Designer Docks Made For Space Travel! „Space tourism is closer than we think, and Sock’M is here to challenge the commonplace tendency of space being dominated by those with large budgets. SpaceSocks is our innovative project where design meets science to meet the challenging conditions in space. Our pioneering […]

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NASA Prepares for Future Space Exploration

NASA Prepares for Future Space Exploration with International Undersea Crew „NASA will send an international crew to the floor of the Atlantic Ocean this summer to prepare for future deep space missions during the 10-day NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) 22 expedition slated to begin June 18. NEEMO 22 will focus on both exploration […]

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Space mice: the first animals to be born from sperm that has travelled to the International Space Station  CREDIT: UNIVERSITY OF YAMANASHI

Space mice!

„Space mice: First animals born from sperm stored on International Space Station for 9 months Fears that space travel could damage fertility and hinder a long term mission to Mars have been partially allayed after healthy mice were born from sperm stored in the International Space Station for nine months. Astronauts on board the ISS are […]

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NASA might run out of space suits before it quits the ISS

„NASA is running out of space suits, and new ones are years away from being flight-ready. This was the finding of an audit released on 26 April by the NASA Office of Inspector General, relating to the agency’s three next-generation spacesuit development projects. Future missions might send humans deeper into space than ever before, so […]

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