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Deep Space Exploration could permanently damage human GI tracts

This site can earn affiliate commissions through the links on this page. Terms of Use Humans are not built for space exploration. We have evolved to live here on Earth with an atmosphere, gravity and a vital magnetic field that detracts from high-energy cosmic rays. It will take all of our technological skill to expand into other worlds, and it's …

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Russia's lunar exploration program should be part of int'l project

MOSCOW – Russia's lunar exploration program should be completed as part of an international project, as well as being the only one of its kind in the world of Sciences, Anatoly Petrukovich, told Sputnik. Earlier in September, Dmitry Rogozin, the general director of Roscosmos State Space Corporation, said the United States was offering Russia to participate in its lunar program, …

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Humanoid robot for exploration of Mars

Alexander Ston, a stint commander at the European International Space Station, is trying to set up shops on Mars. Gerst works with Justin, a humanoid robot trained to execute orders that could help in the realization of this dream. Previously, Gerst performed a number of tasks with Justin and guided the robot out of space with a tablet. Justin works …

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey Naval Exploration is fast paced

While fans are still thinking about Assassin's Creed Origins, they help themselves but wondering what's new in Assassin's Creed Odyssey . For this reason, we find that they reveal all the information that exists about this game. Fortunately, Ubisoft has released the third episode of "Behind the Odyssey", in which they highlighted the navel exploration of the game. [196592002] What …

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NASA announces new partnerships for the development of space exploration technologies

NASA Announces New Partnerships for the Development of Space Exploration Technologies Press Release From: NASA HQ Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 NASA is working with six US companies to develop 10 "watershed" technologies that will capture the potential of the commercial space economy and future NASA Missions significantly improve lunar lander and deep space rocket engine technologies. The selection is …

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Happy Birthday NASA – celebrate 60 years of space exploration

NASA – the US Space Agency, which brought people to the moon and was at the forefront of space exploration – is celebrating its 60th anniversary. The organization has not only pushed the boundaries of human knowledge within our solar system and the Earth's distant universe, but it has also been crucial to developing the technologies we use every day …

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Benjamin Sachs: Eight Ethical Questions on Space Exploration

Metallic shrapnel fly faster than bullets; the space shuttle crashes; Astronaut killed or thrown into space The culprit? Space debris – remnants of a Russian satellite blown up by a Russian rocket. One survivor, Ryan Stone, has to find his way back to Earth with oxygen deficiency and the next viable spaceship hundreds of miles away. Over on Mars, 20 …

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It's time to rethink the way we operate the safe exploration of the solar system Daily Planets

A new report from the National Academies of Science, Technology and Medicine released this week states that NASA should update its planetary conservation policy in order to protect our world – and others – from biological damage. The change will be justified by future missions that involve the risk of contamination at the planning stage – the possible spread of …

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