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An astronaut could be walking on Mars within the next 30 years, the minister for universities and science predicted yesterday, as he pledged Britain's support for a new collaborative space race. Announcing plans for an £80m space co-operation fund,
Assistant Professor at University of Colorado Habitation of outer space needs solving air, water, energy and food supplies within a tight space...Developing this technology addresses some of the grand challenges to our civilisation. Space exploration
Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science at Spring Hill College Earlier this week China launched one of its venerable Long March rockets. That event in itself is no longer news as China has become one of the world's busiest and most
India's recent launch of a mission to Mars should cause us to contemplate Australia's potential role, or lack of one, in such ventures. We presume India mounted this project at amazing speed to give China pause for thought in its military
India has joined an elite group with its successful launch of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), which left Earth’s orbit early
The People’s Republic of China has launched a rocket to the moon, the Xinhua News Agency reported. The rocket was launched at 1:30 a.m., where it
India’s Mangalyaan Mars Orbiter spacecraft left Earth orbit early Sunday, starting a 300-day mission to Mars. The latest Mars Orbiter Mission, the first from the sub-continent, is scheduled to arrive in orbit around the red planet on Sept.
BEIJING, Nov. 30 , according to China Central Television reported that the decision by the launch area headquarters , " Chang-e III" detector will be at 1:30 on December 2 , from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center . " Chang-e III&
The competition is open to high school and college students and challenges them to create a vehicle designed to traverse the simulated surface of another world. Registration closes Jan. 10, 2014 for international teams and Feb. 7 for U.S. teams.
In recent years, China has made considerable progress in its space program...A monumental project like the Chang'E Three requires time, money, and people. Jia Yang, the deputy chief designer of China's first lunar Rover, says the moon rover marks