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SpaceX Dragon successfully docks with International Space Station

Time in Space May Alter Astronauts' Genes

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Spending long periods at low gravity may alter genes, suggests a new experiment involving a magnet-powered trick used on Earth to simulate weightlessness in space....
Time in Space May Alter Astronauts' Genes

Time in Space May Alter Astronauts’ Genes

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Spending long periods at low gravity may alter genes, suggests a new experiment involving a magnet-powered trick used on Earth to simulate weightlessness in space. Subjected to magnetic levitation that generated a gravitational effect similar to that experienced by astronauts orbiting Earth, fruit flies experienced changes in crucial genes....
Time in Space May Alter Astronauts’ Genes

NASA and IHMC building X1 exoskeleton to give us a lift, keep us fit in space and on Earth

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It's hard to deny the appeal of a space-bound robot like NASA's Robonaut 2, fears of subversion notwithstanding. The space agency and Florida's Institute for Human and Machine Cognition know it, and they want to put that technology into an exoskeleton with a nobler purpose than performing chores on...
NASA and IHMC building X1 exoskeleton to give us a lift, keep us fit in space and on Earth

SpaceX Dragon team opens the hatch, to spend Memorial Day with more cargo hauling than barbecues

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SpaceX's Dragon docked with the International Space Station on Friday, but if you think the involved crew is spending the US long weekend experimenting with how well grills prepare burgers in low gravity (hint: not very), you're in for a bit of an awakening. The private space capsule's hatch...
SpaceX Dragon team opens the hatch, to spend Memorial Day with more cargo hauling than barbecues
NASA asks Lunar X Prize contestants to keep a safe distance
NASA working on X1 exoskeleton to aid astronauts, paraplegics
The International Space Station will get its own 3D printer next year

Liftport turns to Kickstarter for space elevator experiment (video)

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Space elevators are slowly making the transition from science fiction to science fact... but we're not quite there yet. LiftPort, a group that already holds the record for tallest elevator, is taking a second stab at the technology after going into "hibernation" in 2007. Founder Michael Laine has resurrected...
Liftport turns to Kickstarter for space elevator experiment (video)

Here Are Your 2012 YouTube Space Lab Contest Winners

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Six teens between the ages of 14 and 18 from the U.S., Spain, Egypt, India, and New Zealand were just rewarded for their stellar science projects with a Zero-G flight above Washington, D.C., courtesy of Space Adventures.They're the regional winners of the YouTube Space Lab contest, a global science fair...
Here Are Your 2012 YouTube Space Lab Contest Winners
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