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• 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. Read More »
• 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? Read More »
• After a year in space, Kelly says, writing a book was harder than he thought — but still, he adds, “If I write a bad sentence people are only going to get angry with me. They’re not going to die.” Read More »
• Good telescopes are expensive. So when scientists need access to a powerful scope, sometimes they split the cost. We talk to Dan Batcheldor about an observatory in the Canary Islands and the schools that use it. Read More »
• 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. Read More »