Astronauts will test a new NASA’s $23 million microgravity toilet on the Space Station, to see if it is suitable for future Moon and Mars
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Nina Louise Purvis, THE CONVERSATION. Earlier this year, it was reported that an astronaut in space had developed a potentially life-threatening blood clot in the
NASA offering prizes for toilet concepts for the Artemis Moon missions.
NASA is developing first-of-its-kind in-space manufacturing technique for telescope mirrors
Space Station grown lettuce is just as nutritious as on Earth, and in the future can be grown for deep space trips.
Astronauts on board the International Space Station, for the first have successfully mixed cement in the micro-gravity of space.
The Space Station, humanity’s only orbital laboratory, continues its mission to conduct microgravity research and experiments, ranging from human physiology to astronomy.
A Nobel Prize winner and other scientists will conduct experiments, using new technology, to create the coolest spot in the Universe.
Here’s how it works the special made ESA Airbus A310 zero-g plane.
Engineers and astronauts conducted testing in both light and darkness to mimic the 90 minute day-night cycle the astronauts experience in orbit.