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There are millions of flights every single year, and statistically speaking, the chances of you being injured in one are low. Still, that doesn’t halt many commuters chronic fear of being in the air, and on the whole, it’s understandable. What’s also understandable is that flights are carefully calculated...

The aerospace industry is a lucrative industry for anybody interested in planes, rockets – any kind of aircraft. It’s also good for those who enjoy...

The space office credited to incidents, for example, the Chelyabinsk meteor strike as one reason for an elevated requirement for safeguard against the...

Ceres, the dwarf planet that has kept the world on tenterhooks with each new picture from NASA ‘s Dawn shuttle is still a chances on most loved...

At some point in the 2030’s, NASA arrangements to dispatch a human mission to Mars, yet they’re as of now scanning for the chosen few who will...

The Chemical Laptop has one essential objective, as indicated by NASA: to discover particles connected with life. In particular, it’s intended to...

It’s fast, it’s comfortable, and (aside from the security line) it’s convenient, but air travel is inarguably one of the most carbon inefficient...

The scientific’s latest developments are so far backing up the feasibility of such manned mission. Some of these important works contain the evolution of...

High res images of the surface of Pluto beamed from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft reveal unparalleled geographical variety from soaring mountains...

NASA’s LADEE ran out of fuel and crashed into the lunar surface in 2014, but not before it collected the data needed to answer some decades-old questions...