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Journey To ALMA: The Eye In The Desert William Rauscher and Dave Robertson traveled to the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile to visit ALMA, the
Berkeley Lab-led research maps space dust in 3-D located in local and distant reaches of Milky Way galaxy.
NASA’s JPL’s origami inspired PUFFER robot was designed to traverse difficult terrain on Mars and even scout ahead for rovers.
For SpaceX and other launch providers, 2017 promises to be a critical year in human spaceflight, even though no humans will be flying on the most critical missions.
A garden in Beijing tests how miniature versions of Earth’s biosphere could be cultivated off-planet, helping future astronauts to sustain long-term missions in deep space.
Researchers used ground-based radar to find NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and the Indian Space Research Organization’s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft in lunar orbit.
Russia’s Space Station, Mir, braved the chaos of space for over a decade until its demise. Here are 9 things you should know about its illustrious program.