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• November 04, 2015
An analysis by The Planetary Society shows that in the post-space shuttle era, NASA astronauts spend roughly 33 percent less time aboard the International Space Station than their Russian counterparts.
• October 29, 2015
An update from NASA’s First Human Landing Sites/Exploration Zones on Mars Workshop at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, Texas.
• October 27, 2015
This week in Houston, Texas, scientists are gathering to discuss where humans should first land and explore on the surface of Mars.
• October 22, 2015
NASA's Space Launch System officially shed the core stage's white paint job in favor of the vehicle's natural, orange-colored insulation.
• October 20, 2015
Orbital ATK is a month-and-a-half away from resuming cargo runs to the International Space Station.
• October 12, 2015
NASA released a much-anticipated strategy document outlining the agency's next steps for getting humans to Mars, but the report lacks details. What should we make of it?
• October 08, 2015
Telerobotics—with humans nearby—just might be the perfect unification of human and robotic spaceflight. Two groups at NASA and ESA are working to make this fledgling technology commonplace.
• October 02, 2015
A cache of more than 8,400 unedited, high-resolution photos taken by Apollo astronauts during trips to the moon is now available for viewing and download on Flickr.
• October 01, 2015
A Russian cargo craft laden with more than three tons of food, fuel and supplies arrived at the International Space Station today.
• September 29, 2015
Learn all about a sustainable, affordable path to get humans to the Red Planet—a path that goes through Mars orbit and Phobos.
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