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David L. Chandler Guest Contributor

  • Shape-Shifting Rovers

    A new generation of robots will be able to take more risks exploring other worlds by changing their shape to suit the terrain.

  • Focusing in on Our Galaxy

    Two potential sites have been selected for a highly sensitive radio telescope that could help researchers explore dark energy, gravity waves, and extraterrestrial life.

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  • The Rockets Are Coming

    A flurry of launches makes 2006 a big year for private spacecraft

  • Watching Lunar Dust Settle

    Understanding the effects of meteorites and space “junk” is important for our colonization of the moon and Mars.

  • A Riot of Rockets

    An unprecedented number of private launches are planned for this year, showing real progress toward inexpensive space travel.

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  • NASA's Science Mission Aborted

    Researchers are dismayed as science projects and climate satellites are slashed to pay for the space station and shuttle.

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  • Space Tourism or Bust

    A test-rocket explosion notwithstanding, SpaceX is still forging ahead with a new, low-cost orbital rocket.

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