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Rocket scientist Franklin Chang Diaz talks about finding the power and propulsion required to colonize space.
Salmonella bacteria grown on the space shuttle showed odd genetic activity, becoming much more virulent.
This year’s Lunar Lander Challenge could provide the innovative approach that makes space tourism a reality.
A lunar mission and a reusable launch vehicle are planned.
Second Life’s virtual conference rooms might be more useful if they didn’t resemble their real-world counterparts.
A look at Hubble’s successor.
Liquid mirrors could enable more-powerful space telescopes.
Imaging software originally designed for planetary probes now finds arterial problems.
Engineers have developed a new lighter, cheaper mirror to sit aboard the Hubble’s successor, enabling scientists to peer deep into the universe.