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EPA/Virgin Galactic Britain has joined the race to become a leading hub of commercial space flight, announcing eight potential sites for a potential spaceport within the UK. There are numerous questions surrounding this nascent form of tourism. Many
Social is a program specifically to reach out to social media users, giving them an avenue to reach audiences neglected by traditional media...Twenty-five people will join Buzz Aldrin while watching the National Symphony Orchestra perform 2001: A
Alexander Gerst, an astronaut from the European Space Agency, recorded this time-lapse video from the International Space Station as it flew over Brazil and the Atlantic Ocean at speeds close to 18,000 miles per hour, 250 miles above the Earth.
The space agency will use parabolic flights and suborbital launch vehicles to see how the technologies perform in microgravity. Among the most novel is a tumbling, hopping robot called 'Hedgehog' that will be tested on a parabolic flight that
Space-like astronaut' training to be held underground in Italy ESA trainers and caving specialists, recently, set the scene for space-like astronaut training which is to be held underground in Sardinia, Italy for a session, later this summer.
Ride, if I had been chosen. I had a second chance to blast free from Earth when I became a finalist in the journalist-in-space competition, until the Challenger disaster in 1986 put an end to that contest. To my disappointment, I never had the
Having been selected in May 2009 as one of 14 members of the 20th Nasa astronaut class, Major Jeremy Hansen is one of four active Canadian astronauts. He trains in spacewalk and robotics, takes part in geological expeditions and he has established a
It could be a while before another Canadian astronaut visits the giant orbiting space laboratory unless Canada makes a lot more contributions to the International Space Station. What's clear for now is that no Canadians will be heading up to the
It shows the awesome power of a storm over the city from above and was posted on Friday. The rapid-fire flashes can be seen through the dense mass of clouds. The power of nature: These incredible stills were taken from a Vime posted by American
Friday, June 27, 2014 American astronauts Reid Wiseman and Steve Swanson had their heads shaved after the U.S. fell to Germany in the World Cup Thursday. They lost a friendly wager to German space station crewmember Alexander Gerst. The already bald