NASA Making History First All-Female Spacewalk
Mar 28, 2019

NASA Making History First All-Female Spacewalk

For the first time in history, NASA intended to launch a spacewalk featuring only women.  American astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain began working for NASA in 2013, but it was only recently when they were chosen to enter space’s atmosphere.
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The Importance of Temperature Control Space Suits
Mar 21, 2019

The Importance of Temperature Control Space Suits

Among the most important features of an astronaut’s spacesuit is temperature control.  So, why is temperature control so crucial?  Think about what makes our planet warm in some locations and cold in others. 
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How Are Dust Rings Formed in Outer Space
Mar 14, 2019

How Are Dust Rings Formed in Outer Space

This time, space researchers have found a phenomenon known as dust rings.  These dust rings are fascinating to look at and deeply mysterious.  However, they just may hold the key to understanding the way in which planets are formed.
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An Inside Look at the Mars 2020 Rover
Mar 07, 2019

An Inside Look at the Mars 2020 Rover

Even if you’re not all that enthused by the generalities of space travel, it’s hard to not feel a sense of excitement in regard to the Mars 2020 Rover. 
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Just How Cold is Jupiter?
Feb 28, 2019

Just How Cold is Jupiter?

Fans of Jupiter might be disappointed to learn that there are a few reasons why this planet is far from habitable. 
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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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Feb 15, 2019

4 Interesting Things To Gift To Your Space Enthusiast Kid

Thinking about what to gift to your child on his birthday can turn into an overwhelming task. The ideal approach...
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