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Intersection: Keep Calm And Go To Mars

What happens if a Martian astronaut goes bonkers? 90.7’s Space reporter Brendan Byrne and WKMG’s Emilee Speck take a look at the questions scientists are asking about mental well-being for Mars-bound astronauts. 
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Moon Express is one of a handful of companies planning to do business on the moon. Photo: Moon Express

Who Owns The Moon?

As private companies begin to explore the moon, and mine its resources, there’s going to be lots of questions about who controls the moon and who is entitled to those resources. Who owns the moon?
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Apollo 17’s Gene Cernan, the last man on the moon. Photo: NASA

Why Go Back To The Moon?

It’s been more than 45 years since humans stepped foot on the moon. Now, federal space agencies and the private sector are trying to return, each with their own reasons. But why?
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All Eyes On The Moon

As the Trump administration begins to fine-tune its vision for space exploration, all signs are pointing to a return to the moon.
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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket ahead of Wednesday’s launch from Kennedy Space Center. Photo: SpaceX / Twitter

SpaceX Launches, Lands Recycled Rocket

SpaceX has launched and landed a recycled rocket carrying a commercial communications satellite Wednesday from the Kennedy Space Center. The booster was previously flown earlier this year.
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