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In 2013, a small meteor exploded above Chelyabinsk, Russia that sent over 1,200 people to the hospital. Now, NASA has plans to detect Earth-bound asteroids and defend the planet from another large-scale catastrophe.More Info about NASA’s plan to stop an asteroid headed for Earth
Rendering the first black hole image was an important milestone. But in many ways, the true value of the project lies in how it created an opportunity for researchers to change the way they explore the world.More Info about What is inside a black hole?
These food scientists are making it possible for us to explore space in ways we haven’t yet as a species.More Info about How NASA’s space food lab will feed the farthest journey in history
What if one day, everything in space was made in space? 3D printing may hold the answer.More Info about Can we make it in space?
At XCOR, the dream of taking regular commercial flights to space is alive and well.More Info about Four flights a day. five days a week.
This startup wants to offer the world insanely accurate shipping to the moon.More Info about A delivery service for the moon
As the tech side of space travel advances, an annual gathering focuses on life off of planet earth.More Info about Preparing for outer space
With a keen curiosity to learn more about how life formed on Earth, NASA has plans to send a spacecraft called the Dragonfly to Saturn’s largest moon, and they’re using augmented reality to make it happen.More Info about AR in use: NASA's Dragonfly mission to Titan
A $130 million satellite vanished. Over a decade later, a blogger/astronomer found it.More Info about Meet the amateur astronomer who found a lost NASA satellite
As we continue to search for extraterrestrial life, we need to get creative by redefining the unique attributes of life itself.More Info about What alien life could teach us about humanity