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Oct 28, 2018
Space travel for long periods can have lasting effects on the brain: StudySpace travel not only leads to muscle atrophy, reductions in bone density but also alters the brain.
Oct 11, 2018
NASA's Boeing rocket over budget, may delay test launch for deep-space missionsDelivery of the SLS rocket's core stage has already fallen 2.5 years behind, to December 2019: Audit
Oct 09, 2018
Virgin Galactic to fly tourists to space within weeks, not months: Richard BransonThe company is "more than tantalisingly close" to launching its first mission to space: Branson.
Oct 04, 2018
Deep space travel can significantly increase chances of stomach and colon cancerTo investigate the effect of heavy ions on the GI tract, scientists used mouse intestine as a model system.
Sep 27, 2018
NASA announces expansion into commercial manned missions to Moon and MarsNASA wants to expand its human & robot missions to Mars & the moon with "Space Exploration Campaign".
Sep 15, 2018
Fly me to the Moon: A roundup of what everyone in space-tourism business is up toHere is a glimpse into the projects looking to put people in space, and what they involve.
Aug 21, 2018
World's largest aircraft Stratolaunch to start taking rockets to space by 2020Stratolaunch's plane is a six-engine, twin-fuselage airplane — the largest ever built by wingspan
Jun 26, 2018
Jeff Bezos-owned Blue Origin to sell commercial flight tickets from 2019Both SpaceX and Blue Origin are in the race to develop reusable rockets.
Jun 16, 2017
Amazon's Jeff Bezos asks Twitter followers for ways to donate moneyRecommendations ranged from food programs for children, to protecting forests and fighting homelessness.
May 10, 2017
Space travel may reduce astronauts' exercise capacity due to change in cardiovascular functionAstronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) or those on long-duration space flights, such as journeys to Mars or deep space are likely to have a 30 and 50 percent decline in exercise capacity because of a decrease in the way oxygen moves through the body, say researchers.