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It is imperative that the claims about NASA's asteroid retrieval mission be examined critically to see if any of them are true.
In 1950, Merrill Flood and Melvin Drescher at Rand Corp. formalized the “Prisoner’s Dilemma,” which explains why individuals would not cooperate even when it is in their best interests to work...
NASA chief must always be ready with answers on observatory’s status.
Gazarik keeps Lincoln's quote, “The best way to predict your future is to create it,” foremost in his mind as he goes about his job overseeing NASA’s space technology programs.
The list of technologies NASA says it needs for a crewed mission to Mars notionally envisioned for the 2030s includes large-scale electric propulsion systems that dwarf those used today aboard many...
Engineers are developing a new generation of spacesuits that offer the type of protection and mobility astronauts would need to live and work in many different environments.
The U.S. military’s most robust communications satellites will be battle tested using a newly built device that simulates high-radiation events.
Earth Science and Climate Monitoring | Trans-Atlantic Cooperation Explored for TRUTHS and CLARREO Missions
In spite of widespread agreement among international organizations on the need for more accurate climate change forecasts, two satellite missions designed to provide precise measurements of key...
The U.S. Air Force said the Chinese rocket followed a trajectory similar to those used in launches of geostationary orbiting satellites.