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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Science News
March 12, 2005
David Shiga
The Zero Gravity Diet Having surveyed nutrition-related changes that occur in space travelers, including weight loss, NASA researchers plan further study of the potential problems from those changes. mark for My Articles 221 similar articles
March 2005
Joseph Richard Gutheinz
Marketing an Asteroid Threat NASA would prefer to market its successes, but with a mixed bag of successes and failures lately, they have opted for a new public relations ploy: fear -- whether it be fear of the environment or fear of asteroids. mark for My Articles 387 similar articles
February 28, 2005
Henry Bortman
Starry Night 5.0 Astronomy program is difficult to master but reveals beautiful high-resolution images of many celestial objects. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
March 2005
David Roberts
What's Scarier? John Grunsfeld talks about his experiences and compares mountaineering expeditions to space missions. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Fast Company
March 2005
Ryan Underwood
60 Seconds on Doing the Impossible Peter Diamandis, the aerospace engineer and medical doctor, who created suborbital space competition, talks about the moon and nanotechnology. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2005
Stephen Cass
Writing NASA's Marching Orders "New Moon Rising: The Making of America's New Space Vision and the Remaking of NASA," provides a lucid look at the messy and tangled process by which national science and engineering policy really gets made. mark for My Articles 229 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2005
Anatoly Zak
Russians Propose a New Space Shuttle Late last year, Russia's S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia revealed detailed plans for a next-generation, reusable space orbiter, dubbed the Kliper. But will it fly? mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Scientific American
February 7, 2005
Govert Schilling
String Revival Are cosmic strings behind unusual lensing effects? mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
Fast Company
February 2005
Jennifer Reingold
Hondas in Space The ex-CEO of PayPal is spending a fortune to prove you can build rockets faster, cheaper, and better. Innovation, it seems, isn't always rocket science. mark for My Articles 72 similar articles
February 2005
Naomi Lubick
NASA Debates Hubble's Fate Without a replacement telescope in sight, NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe announced in the spring that a robotic mission would be sufficient to service Hubble, but now a group of scientists says that a robotic mission is too costly and uncertain. mark for My Articles 313 similar articles
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