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A new generation of robots will be able to take more risks exploring other worlds by changing their shape to suit the terrain.
Two potential sites have been selected for a highly sensitive radio telescope that could help researchers explore dark energy, gravity waves, and extraterrestrial life.
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.
An unprecedented number of private launches are planned for this year, showing real progress toward inexpensive space travel.
How to lasso wayward asteroids.
Researchers are dismayed as science projects and climate satellites are slashed to pay for the space station and shuttle.
Small satellites that can orient themselves and link together could lead to better space exploration.
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.