Posts in: NASA

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Cassini was a heart-breaker

Cassini was a heart-breaker

Social media made us love—and mourn—a space robot

By | Posted October 23, 2017

The roar of rockets in the hills

The roar of rockets in the hills

Powerful rockets were built and tested in a sleepy residential suburb of Los Angeles

By | Posted July 26, 2017

The Ice Age that never happened

The Ice Age that never happened

Global cooling forecasts from the 1970s don’t discredit today’s climate science

By | Posted April 27, 2017

Getting ready for a real-life “The Martian”

Getting ready for a real-life “The Martian”

Interplanetary travel requires tackling the same problems Matt Damon did — only better

By | Posted November 21, 2016

Don’t blame it on tonight’s super-supermoon

Don’t blame it on tonight’s super-supermoon

The real risk is for pseudoscience, not mood swings or tsunamis

By | Posted November 14, 2016

Unfazed by radiation

Unfazed by radiation

NASA takes it seriously but Elon Musk is undaunted

By | Posted October 21, 2016

REVIEW: Rise of the Rocket Girls

REVIEW: Rise of the Rocket Girls

Nathalia Holt tells the story of female “computers”

By | Posted June 16, 2016

How did Stephen Hawking get so famous?

How did Stephen Hawking get so famous?

An explanation of the theory that sparked the physicist’s career

By | Posted March 16, 2016

The final frontier?

The final frontier?

Mars may be our next step, but Louis Friedman says it may also be our last

By | Posted February 7, 2016

Beyond Pluto

Beyond Pluto

New Horizons’ next stop is a small icy body a billion miles away

By | Posted November 2, 2015

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