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Win Rs 26 Lakh From NASA By Designing a Space Toilet for Moon

The NASA has thrown open a challenge to win over Rs 26 lakh, calling the global community to send novel design concepts for compact...

Experience of Astronauts Who Return to Earth Amid Pandemic

Two U.S. astronauts say it’s hard to comprehend the changes on Earth that have occurred due to the coronavirus pandemic, as they prepare to...

NASA Receives Over 12K Applications By Candidates For Joining its Next Class of Artemis Generation Astronauts

NASA has received over 12,000 applications from people showing willingness to join its next class of Artemis Generation astronauts who will help the US...

Many Space Agencies including NASA Add Stringent Measures To Protect Astronauts From Coronavirus

As COVID-19 pandemic keeps governments on their toes, NASA and other space agencies have added stringent measures to prevent the spread of new coronavirus...

NASA Accepts Applications For Future Astronauts Under “Artemis Programme”

As NASA prepares to send the first woman and next man to the Moon with the Artemis programme, the agency, for the first time...

SpaceX Plans To Send NASA Astronauts To Space in Q2 This Year

After NASA and SpaceX successfully completed a launch escape demonstration of the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket, Elon Musk said that...

Astronauts Hustle through First of Five Spacewalks to Replace Old Batteries at International Space Station

Astronauts hustled through the first of five spacewalks to replace old batteries at the International Space Station on Sunday. Christina Koch and Andrew Morgan removed...

Researchers Discover a Way to Help Astronauts Spending Prolonged Time in Space Come Back to Earth

Nearly 50 years after man's first steps on the Moon, researchers have discovered a way that may help astronauts spending prolonged time in space...

Before Moon Landing, Apollo Astronauts Learned Geology in Arizona

Before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin knew they would be the first to walk on the moon, they took crash courses in geology at...

Power Shortage in ISS Delays SpaceX Supply Run

A major power shortage at the International Space Station has delayed this week's SpaceX supply run. SpaceX was supposed to launch a shipment Wednesday. But...

Spacecraft Test Runs into Serious Problems, Smoke All Over SpaceX in Florida

Thick plumes of smoke rose over a SpaceX facility in Florida during a test fire of a Crew Dragon spacecraft and the issue was...

Astronaut Floats in Space on Mural Sporting a Gandhi Patch on Shoulder

The high-tech future of green jobs and the Gandhian virtue of the dignity of work meld their messages on a six-storey high mural commemorating...

Space Radiation Can Hinder Formation of New Cells in Astronauts’ Brain Memory

While several agencies are planning to establish new orbital space stations and send expeditions across the solar system, a team of Russian scientists has...

Astronauts Install New, Stronger Batteries for Station’s Solar Power Grid

Spacewalking astronauts hustled through battery hookups outside the International Space Station on Friday in a major upgrade of the solar power grid. NASA's Christina Koch...

NASA Offers Rs.12 Lakh to Stay in Bed for 2 Months

Love to lounge in bed and get paid for it? If you are German speaking, healthy and middle aged, NASA and the European Space...

Pence Calls for Landing US Astronauts on Lunar South Pole Within 5 Years

Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday called for landing astronauts on the moon within five years, an accelerated pace that would aim to put...

NASA Astronauts Spacewalk to Change ISS Batteries

Two NASA astronauts – Nick Hague and Anne McClain – have successfully completed an over six hour spacewalk and replaced the ageing batteries on...

Researchers Have Developed An Anti-Microbial Coating That Will Help Astronauts Fight Superbugs on ISS

Researchers have developed an anti-microbial coating that reduced the growth of bacteria on contamination-prone surfaces at the ISS, and could help protect astronauts beyond...

Astronauts Would Be Able to Grow Beans in Space in 2021: NASA

After cultivating lettuce in space three years ago, crew members aboard the International Space Station could be growing beans in 2021, new research by...

Working In Space Does Not Shorten Astronaut’s Lives: Study

Although space travel exposes astronauts to forms of radiation that are uncommon on Earth, and that are linked to cancers and heart problems, a...

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