Columbia: NASA blew it

Word Count / Video Length: 379 / 10:00 mins NASA’s return to space after the Columbia disaster was “ugly” and fraught with internal arguments and mistrust, says Charles Camarda – a NASA astronaut who flew on the mission. This gripping … Continued

There’s plenty of room, but no atmosphere

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Why the next generation of rockets will be powered by methane

Topics: Chemical Sciences - Mixtures and Separations, Chemical Reactions Earth and Space Sciences - The Solar System, Renewable/Non-Renewable Resources, The Changing Earth Physical Sciences - Forces, Energy Additional: Careers, Maths, Technology, Engineering Concepts (South Australia): Chemical Sciences - Properties of … Continued

Moon is tectonically active, Apollo-era instruments reveal

Topics: Earth and Space Sciences - The Solar System, Rocks, Plate Tectonics, Extreme Earth Events Physical Sciences - Forces, Energy Additional: Careers, Maths, Technology, Engineering Concepts (South Australia): Earth and Space Sciences - The Earth's Surface, Earth in Space Physical … Continued

Pluto has an insulated underground ocean

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How did the moon end up where it is?

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