Since there are no washing machines on the International Space Station, astronauts often wear the same underwear for three or four days before disposing of it by hurtling it back towards Earth where, hopefully, it burns up on reentry.
Robots are being developed all the time to do what we wish and to go where we can’t.
Ian Hutcheon is a 40 year old British astronomer living in Chile that has has combined his two great loves, astronomy and wine making.
People from all over the world are in the tiny town of Lotus in El Dorado County looking for something that’s out of this world, but leave it to a stay-at-home mom walking her dog to find a precious meteorite.
Now Mr Shelf hopes to meet NASA scientists next week to demonstrate his device.
“It’s probably the biggest wealth creation opportunity in modern history,” said Barney Pell, a former NASA computer scientist turned entrepreneur and now a co-founder of Moon Express.
It’s too late for Oktoberfest, but the world’s first space beer will soon be available, if tests by Astronauts4Hire prove it has the right stuff.
A new startup company’s $10 space posters come with a chance to win a ride on a suborbital space vehicle.
How much useful material is out there is astonishing.
There’s a popular myth that NASA spent “millions”