National Aerospace Training and Research Center conducts training program that lasts two days and includes classroom instruction and tests in a centrifuge.
Astronaut Scott Kelly's heart shrunk considerably despite exercising almost every day, which worked to stop bone & muscle wasting.
Pristine, in astronomical terms, describes a comet that has never passed close enough to a star to be transformed by its searing heat.
Would we want futuristic Mars settlements to operate like modern-day Earth towns, or could we do better?
Black holes are often detected by the radiation produced when their gravity pulls in surrounding gases, a process called accretion.
This makes Tunisia the sixth African country to manufacture its own satellite and see it reach space.
Since the first space missions, it's been clear that exposure to “microgravity” leads to dramatic changes in the human body.
If confirmed by the Senate, Nelson – who currently serves as an advisor to NASA – will become the agency's 14th administrator.
Asteroid 2001 FO32 is not going to fly in Earth's near neighbourhood again until 2052, when it will be at a much greater distance.
Kelt-9 b might've formed away from its parent star and had a violent past with collisions happening as it migrated inwards.
The telescope is the result of a collaboration between scientists from the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Russia and Slovakia.
On the seven-hour spacewalk, astronauts had already spent enough time in sunlight to bake off the ammonia on their suits, Mission Control said.
Dust grains were smashing into Juno's solar panels at velocities of 16,000 kmph, turning them into giant dust detectors.
NSIL is in the process of identifying an Indian industry partner to undertake end-to-end production of the PSLV.
The mission is targeted to launch in early 2022 from ISRO's Sriharikota spaceport in Andhra Pradesh.
Starship can carry some 100 tons of material into space, with SpaceX calling it "the world's most powerful launch vehicle ever developed.
The team modelling the conditions of the space hurricane to pinpoint the cause of the 'plasma ruckus'.
Criteria for applicants: be ready to 'push the envelope' creatively, and help other crew members do the same.
Apophis has been calculated as being on a possible 'collision course' with Earth several times in the past.
Experts are still looking into the cause and origin of the streaks in the ethereal photograph, taken from 12,380 kilometres away.