Will the average person need to exercise during a commercial spaceflight?
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Will the average person need to exercise during a commercial spaceflight?

This article was first published by The Conversation. Space.com's Expert voices: Op-Ed and Insights was contributed by the publication. Andrew
Part of the Apollo 11 spacecraft may still be in orbit around the moon
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Part of the Apollo 11 spacecraft may still be in orbit around the moon

Apollo 11 Ascent Stage, photographed from the command module orbiting around the moon MSFC/NASA An Apollo 11 spacecraft fragment that was lost may
Advisers Reportedly Begged Jeff Bezos Not to Copy Elon Musk So Much
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Advisers Reportedly Begged Jeff Bezos Not to Copy Elon Musk So Much

Blue Origin was the first to launch reusable rockets, but SpaceX was the first to do so. Rumor Mill Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos wants to conquer
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Jeff Bezos offers Nasa $2bn in exchange for moon mission contract

Jeff Bezos, fresh from his space trip, offered to pay up to $2bn for Nasa costs if Blue Origin is awarded a contract by the US space agency to build
Image: This camera will be the eye of the ESA's asteroid mission
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Image: This camera will be the eye of the ESA's asteroid mission

Credit: Jena Optronik This is the main camera ESA's Hera mission to planetary defense will rely on to navigate around the Didymos Asteroid System.
A Small Satellite With a Solar Sail Could Catch up With an Interstellar Object
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A Small Satellite With a Solar Sail Could Catch up With an Interstellar Object

Oumuamua was the first interstellar object to be observed passing through the Solar System. It was discovered in 2017. The unusual shape of
Deep Space Atomic Clock moves toward increased spacecraft autonomy
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Deep Space Atomic Clock moves toward increased spacecraft autonomy

Since June 2019, NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock has been aboard the General Atomics Orbital Test Bed Satellite. This illustration shows the
Russia's Progress cargo ship successfully launches to space station
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Russia's Progress cargo ship successfully launches to space station

Today, June 29, Russia's Progress 78 uncrewed mission was successfully launched into space. At 7:27 p.m. Eastern Time (2327 GMT) or 4:27 a.m. on
Northrop Grumman's Cygnus cargo ship departs space station to begin new mission in orbit
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Northrop Grumman's Cygnus cargo ship departs space station to begin new mission in orbit

The Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo satellite successfully unlanded from the International Space Station Tuesday, June 29 at 12:25 p.m. ET (1625 GMT),
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The new wave of gravitational waves

The universe experienced a short but extraordinary growth spurt about 10 billion-trillionths seconds after the big bang. Inflation was a cataclysmic