What is a “Marsquake?”
Jul 21, 2019

What is a “Marsquake?”

Marsquakes, as they’re unsurprisingly known, have only been detected recently, but we have collected enough data by now to be able to understand them pretty well while also developing a deeper grasp on what it is that makes Mars’ makeup so unique.
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NASA Has Come a Long Way in 50 Years
Jul 07, 2019

NASA Has Come a Long Way in 50 Years

As we acknowledge the 50th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo, we remember that this powerful force has only been around for a handful of decades. 
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Asteroids Colliding in Space: What This Can Mean for Us?
Jun 07, 2019

Asteroids Colliding in Space: What This Can Mean for Us?

We’ve all heard the mutterings of space analysts in regard to the threats that asteroids pose for us on Earth.  But how likely is it that an asteroid could do damage on our home planet? 
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Time to Hit Some Asteroids
Feb 21, 2019

Time to Hit Some Asteroids

One of the greatest space-related fears is asteroids.  These often-massive rocks can take out entire countries with very little notice.
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What is a Lunar Eclipse?
Jan 28, 2019

What is a Lunar Eclipse?

Despite how many lunar eclipses we’ve witnessed during our lives, many of us still don’t know exactly why this happens or how frequently it takes place.  
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Astronauts from Different Countries Living and Learning Together
Oct 28, 2018

Astronauts from Different Countries Living and Learning Together

Going into a space is a dangerous, beautiful, and challenging task that requires some of the best minds in the world to work together in order to succeed and survive in space.

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What to Eat in Space?
Jun 07, 2018

What to Eat in Space?

When we think of space food, the typical image that comes to mind is dehydrated food in aluminum packets and tubes. This paste-like substance which was usually consumed through a straw was the norm in the beginning of space travel.
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