After spending a year on the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly is Earth’s go-to expert on longterm space flight, and is probably the best guy to talk about a potential trip to the Red Planet.
The Divine Child rejects the cold, stiff version of masculinity that leaves no room for play, emotion, or innocence.
Chile’s Atacama Desert, home of the massive Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) telescopes, is a place on Earth that resembles Mars most closely.
We spoke with legendary astronaut Walt Cunningham about fear and the potential of a manned expedition to Mars.
The space program pays off benefits that can’t be counted in dollars.
A private company plans to send a married couple on a mission to mars. Do you think a relationship can survive a trip like that?
What does landing a rover on Mars have to do with business? Everything, says Ken Goldstein.
What NASA does every day is like a perfect balance beam act, performed every day, in space. Why don’t we celebrate these feats with the enthusiasm we reserve for Olympic athletes?
Everyone’s excited about Mars, but Marcus Williams just found out NASA has been busy with lunar exploration, too.
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A developing nation spending billions of dollars to reach the red planet? Oh, yeah, it’s happening …
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Indiana is kinky, the mentally ill might be superhuman, and sex selection raises a ton of questions.
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Typewriters are still alive, the NFL lockout could be over, and Tetris.
Alex Trebek announces college football, Hideki Akaiwa is a badass, and Lawrence Taylor still hasn’t found his mind.