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Could people breathe the air on Mars?

Phylindia Gant, University of Florida and Amy J. Williams, University of Florida Curious Kids is...

Over 100 years of Antarctic agriculture is helping scientists grow food...

Daniella McCahey, Texas Tech University Figuring out how to feed people in space is a major part of a...

A lunar return, a Jupiter moon, the most powerful rocket ever...

Chris Impey, University of Arizona Space travel is all about momentum. Rockets turn their fuel into...

When will the first baby be born in space?

Chris Impey, University of Arizona When the first baby is born off-Earth, it will be a milestone as momentous...

Bringing Mars rocks back to Earth: On Feb. 18, Perseverance Rover...

Jim Bell, Arizona State University Editor’s note: On Feb. 18, NASA’s Mars 2020 mission arrived at the red planet...

Mars: mounting evidence for subglacial lakes, but could they really host...

David Rothery, The Open University Venus may harbour life some 50km above its surface, we learned a couple of weeks ago. Now a new paper,...

Ancient microbial life used arsenic to thrive in a world without...

Pieter Visscher, University of Connecticut; Brendan Paul Burns, UNSW, and Kimberley L. Gallagher, Quinnipiac University Billions of years ago, life on Earth was mostly just...

The UAE’s Mars mission seeks to bring Hope to more places...

Wendy Whitman Cobb, US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies On July 14, a new Mars-bound spacecraft will launch from Japan. While...

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