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When objects get very close, Planck’s law is violated.
Methyl bromide destroys ozone, but substitute fumigant warms the planet.
…and Washington comes to MIT.
Students develop energy-harvesting shocks
A new generation of robots will be able to take more risks exploring other worlds by changing their shape to suit the terrain.
A flurry of launches makes 2006 a big year for private spacecraft
Understanding the effects of meteorites and space “junk” is important for our colonization of the moon and Mars.
A test-rocket explosion notwithstanding, SpaceX is still forging ahead with a new, low-cost orbital rocket.
Planes powered by cheap reusable rockets could be the future of space transportation. But don’t look to NASA: the initiative is coming from a group of small, maverick companies.
In the wake of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, a new generation of rocket-powered launch technologies gets a closer look.