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02/17/2018 / By David Williams

Does the U.S. military need to have a branch that’s dedicated to space?  That’s right, there is an idea floating

http://www.space.news/2018-02-17-setting-up-a-space-corps-military-branch-is-a-logical-step-according-to-former-astronaut

02/14/2018 / By David Williams

Finding Earth-like planets that could one day serve as the home of humanity can be hard enough as it is.

http://www.space.news/2018-02-14-breakthrough-in-the-hunt-for-earth-like-planets-nasa-optics-experts-distortions

02/12/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

“As odds as it sounds, that’s one of the bigger challenges we have; getting crews to eat enough calories to

http://www.space.news/2018-02-12-floating-food-isnt-easy-to-digest-scientists-think-this-may-be-the-reason-astronauts-lose-weight

02/10/2018 / By David Williams

Microgravity is an interesting phenomenon that affects astronauts in space in many interesting ways. Although space travel has been known

http://www.space.news/2018-02-10-how-space-flight-makes-you-flighty-a-look-at-how-weightlessness-changes-astronauts-brains

02/10/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The race towards space has reached an all-time high. With China throwing its hat into the ring, the U.S. is facing

http://www.space.news/2018-02-10-u-s-space-secrets-are-almost-impossible-to-keep-hackers-trackers

02/06/2018 / By Jayson Veley

Imagine if America’s satellites were all destroyed or knocked out of orbit – what would that mean for our everyday

http://www.space.news/2018-02-06-national-security-panic-as-china-to-deploy-weapons-system-blast-satellites-out-of-orbit

02/06/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

In late January, Scott Tilley, was scanning the skies for hidden satellites. The 47-year-old electrical engineer in Canada and self-described

http://www.space.news/2018-02-06-amateur-astronomer-saves-nasa-mission-image-satellite

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

Despite all the apparent chaos in the world, the National Aeronautics Space Agency (NASA) still hasn’t forgotten how to remain

http://www.space.news/2018-02-06-one-step-closer-to-mars-nasas-next-lander-prepping-for-may-launch

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

The term extraterrestrial used to stand for something truly great. Now, as far as the general public is concerned, it

http://www.space.news/2018-02-06-seti-expert-says-searching-for-technosignatures

02/03/2018 / By Russel Davis

Researchers at the Pennsylvania State University recently reported that they were able to harness microbes and convert them into potential food

http://www.space.news/2018-02-03-astronauts-eat-microbe-recycled-human-waste-space-travel-science

02/03/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The presence or absence of oxygen can determine whether or not a planet can support life. It’s a strategy that

http://www.space.news/2018-02-03-looking-for-possible-alien-life-that-may-not-require-an-atmosphere-with-oxygen

02/01/2018 / By David Williams

As the search for alien life outside of Earth continues, so too does the search for other planets that humans

http://www.space.news/2018-02-01-two-new-planets-with-water-and-heat-nasa-harbor-life

02/01/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Gradual bone loss is a serious side effect that astronauts must endure during protracted spaceflights. This is due to the

http://www.space.news/2018-02-01-science-experiments-space-station-bone-glue-may-stimulate-bone-growth

01/31/2018 / By David Williams

The next unidentified flying object you see in the night sky might surprise you if you try to look close

http://www.space.news/2018-01-31-earth-latest-satellite-comes-in-the-form-of-giant-disco-ball-called-humanity-star

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