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New rover can explore beneath the ice
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 9-25-2015 | 0 comments
NASA has developed a new rover that could enable the exploration of Europa's subterranean ocean.




How accurate is 'The Martian' ?
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 9-9-2015 | 0 comments
A look at the scientific accuracy of the new movie "The Martian" starring Matt Damon.




A brief history of everything
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-31-2015 | 0 comments
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the entire history of the universe in just eight minutes.




How do astronauts grow plants in space ?
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-28-2015 | 0 comments
Astronauts aboard the space station have been figuring out how to grow vegetables in space.




What if the moon were made of cheese ?
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-21-2015 | 1 comment
Bill Nye talks about what the moon would be like if it were made of green cheese.




Why aren't we living on Mars yet ?
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-15-2015 | 6 comments
A look at the decisions that slowed down the progress of manned space exploration.




Mars film with Carl Sagan from the 1980s
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-8-2015 | 0 comments
A look back in time at efforts to discover what lay on the surface of Mars more than 30 years ago.




Adam Savage and Chris Hadfield
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-3-2015 | 0 comments
The MythBuster teams up with a real-life astronaut to go incognito at Comic-Con.




Mars is the next 'new frontier'
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 7-31-2015 | 0 comments
Stephen Petranek discusses the need for humanity to colonize other worlds such as Mars.




New York as seen from space
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 7-27-2015 | 0 comments
ESA's Kelsea Brennan-Wessels takes a look at what New York City looks like from space.

 
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