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An artist’s impression of the planet Proxima b. Photo: ESO
Space

Just A Hop, Skip And A Parsec Away


You’ve probably already heard by now, but scientist just discover an exoplanet that might just be like Earth. Joseph Harrington is a planetary scientist in the Department of Physics at the University of Central Florida and he’s going to try and spot evidence of the planet using telescopes in space.
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Scanning electron micrograph of T lymphocyte (right), a platelet (center) and a red blood cell (left).
Space

The Case Of The Missing T-Cells


Researchers noticed something strange about astronauts returning from space. They were getting sick from viruses that should have remained in check by their immune systems.
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The 50-foot-long, 90,000-pound Crew Access Arm is hoisted off the ground to be installed on the Crew Access Tower at SLC-41.
Photo: NASA/Kim Shiflett
Space

NASA’s Commercial Crew Construction Projects Ramp Up


Since the end of the Space Shuttle program five years ago, NASA relies on Russia to send astronauts to the International Space Station. NASA hopes to change that by paying private companies to ferry astronauts. That program, called Commercial Crew, is making headway this week.
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Artist conception on Moon Express spacecraft on the lunar surface. Photo: Moon Express
Space

Fly Me To The Moon


Moon Express is a startup company competing for Google’s X-Prize. That’s a prize of at least $15 million to the first private company to make it to the moon. But CEO Bob Richards says it not all about the money.
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