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Early Space Bio-Experiments Detailed in New Book

Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 17

A new book by David Warmflash, MD tells about interactions and experiences of humans with the moon, from legends and myths in ancient civilizations to projections for future colonies. . . . → Read More: Early Space Bio-Experiments Detailed in New Book

Tissue Chip Experiments Set for Space Station

Astronaut with tissue chip

A collection of 4 new tissue chip experiments are among the payloads to be sent next week to the International Space Station or ISS. . . . → Read More: Tissue Chip Experiments Set for Space Station

Univ-Business Consortium Developing Advanced Satellites

Australia from space

An international consortium, led by University of South Australia, plans to create a new generation of space satellites with greater sensing and communications capabilities. . . . → Read More: Univ-Business Consortium Developing Advanced Satellites

Infographic – Countries with Most Space Satellites

Chart - satellites by country

The advocacy group Union of Concerned Scientists says space is an arena where most activity is for peaceful purposes, such as scientific research. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Countries with Most Space Satellites

Chip Device to Test Gut Infections on Space Station

Tissue on intestine chip

A device with human intestine tissue and cells will be launched into space to test effects of weightlessness on immune functions and bacterial infections in the gastrointestinal tract. . . . → Read More: Chip Device to Test Gut Infections on Space Station

Immune Cell Chips to Launch into Space for Microgravity Tests

Astronaut with tissue chip

Chip devices with human immune system and stem cells are among the cargo set for launch today to the International Space Station. . . . → Read More: Immune Cell Chips to Launch into Space for Microgravity Tests

Faster Crop Breeding Techniques Made Available to Other Scientists

Growing wheat

Plant scientists in the U.K. and Australia are making available to their colleagues experimental techniques that speed-up breeding cycles for more commercial crop varieties. . . . → Read More: Faster Crop Breeding Techniques Made Available to Other Scientists

NASA Boosts 3-D Printing, Lasers in Space Manufacturing

Glass-metal welding samples

The federal government’s space agency is supporting two projects for improving the capabilities of astronauts to create and repair their equipment during space travel. . . . → Read More: NASA Boosts 3-D Printing, Lasers in Space Manufacturing

Infographic — International Space Station Crew Members

Chart: visitors to ISS

Our friends at Statista published a chart showing the nations represented among ISS crew members since it become operational, our infographic for this weekend. . . . → Read More: Infographic — International Space Station Crew Members

Graphene Tested in Space Launch

Graphene samples

The material graphene, studied for more than a decade on earth, is the subject of tests for its ability to withstand the rigors of space travel. . . . → Read More: Graphene Tested in Space Launch