Different Space Cargo Ships

Cargo ships can represent one of the more valuable assets a business will have available to them. This is because they can get a large quantity of goods out on to the market in just a short amount of time. … Continue reading

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Qualifications for Working Missions Control for NASA

Qualifications for Working Missions Control for NASA   NASA Missions Control is a great place to work. You’re at the center of important mind blowing events and part of history. The astronauts agree that the thousands of support people make … Continue reading

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The Importance of Astronauts Working Out in Space

There are 4 things an astronaut will always do during their time in space. Eat, sleep, calling home to family, and exercise. The reason’s because the effects of zero gravity on the body over time aren’t good ones, and no … Continue reading

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Top 5 NASA Achievements

Ever since the arrival of advanced technology, the human race has continued to strive for greater achievements. One particular area of science that benefited from these scientific advancements was the interest of space travel and exploration. Throughout the past decades, … Continue reading

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Recent Space Experiments

NASA has recently conducted some very interesting and exciting space experiments. Three of which are the XSENS Force- Shoe, the Pro- K, and Orbital- 2. On July 7, 2014 two NASA astronauts Ried Wiseman and Steve Sawnson had completed a … Continue reading

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Learning the Basics of Laser Space Communication Systems

Laser beams have been used for space communication systems since their inception in 1960. Scientists believed that laser had the potential to transfer data at very high speeds, but also needed specific advancements in systems engineering and component performance, particularly … Continue reading

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Astronauts from Different Countries Living, Learning, and Working Together

  Going into a space is a dangerous, beautiful, and challenging task that requires some of the best minds in the world to work together in order to succeed and survive in space. When humans first started to venture into … Continue reading

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Getting Used to Walking Again

Janet, a 42 year old astronaut working for NASA Johnson Space Center, was referred to physiotherapist because she had a hard time balancing while walking. Her physician ruled out any other cause for this condition and zeroed in on the … Continue reading

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Teamwork in Space

          Space travel is a big human project that started more than 50 years ago during the “cold war” when the United States recognized the technical advances of their rival Soviet Union (now the Russian Federation). … Continue reading

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Growing Plants and Vegetables in Space

There are current studies underway on the space station to help us discover methods for growing vegetables in space that are completely safe to eat. In addition to providing a food source, growing plants in space will provide the crew … Continue reading

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