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Now that this technology is commonplace, it's time to look ahead to the shipping advancements on the horizon. How could transporting cargo around the globe become more efficient, happen more quickly or even more safely? Will the future of shipping
Statement on Consensus Achieved by the UN Group of Governmental Experts on Transparency and Confidence-Building Measures for Outer Space Activities Press Statement Marie Harf Deputy Spokesperson, Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC July 18,
China's space probe Chang'e-2 has arrived in an outer space about 50 million km from the Earth, marking a new height in the nation's deep space exploration, Chinese scientists said on Sunday. The probe is now "in good conditions", the State
Space exploration has traditionally fallen in the realm of daydreaming boys, but Jenna Bryson has set out to change that. Bryson's new app, which she details in Space Industry News, aims to get girls excited about the science behind space exploration.
International Space Station crew members to round out future expeditions to the orbiting laboratory. Kimiya Yui and Russian Federal Space Agency cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko are scheduled to launch in June 2015. They will join three Expedition 44 crew
New Book Brings Space Travel Down To Earth Author, Jason Klassi is pleased to announce that his book, The Everyday Space Traveler has won several national awards. With a foreword by astronaut, Buzz Aldrin, this work is flying off the
It's no less than a way to pay for things while you're in outer space...Companies like Virgin and SpaceX are making space tourism a very real and viable thing. And futurists love to speculate about this stuff and add more fuel to the fire,
The world's first space conversation experiment between a robot and humans is ready to be launched. Developers from the Kirobo project, named after "kibo" or hope in Japanese and "robot," gathered in Tokyo Wednesday to demonstrate the humanoid robot'
United Nations body that fosters international cooperation in space research and exploration on the initiative...These missions will include, but not be limited to, future crewed deep-space missions, including our planned visit to Mars. Mr. Bolden
Kate Winslet's unborn child has been offered a free trip to space by her excessively wealthy relative, Richard Branson. The currently in utero wee one has reportedly been invited to join his or her parents when the mogul's Virgin Galactic program