Posts Tagged with 'space'
Iodine eliminates needing a propellant tank, since it can be stored as a solid.
Launch of the Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-66) on November 3, 1994. The mission carried an experiment called NIH.Rodent 1, the first of only two study’s to date on rats launched at mid-pregnan…
Three competitors have already entered the arena. More are expected.
The agency wants the rocket to become a "sustainable and affordable system."
"The team is analyzing data to determine next steps."
Thanks to a big donation, Caltech has funded a sci-fi-sounding project.
The Space Elevator, an old dream of scientists and science fiction fans, could be constructed now — if we don't put the ground floor on the ground.
Evolution experts were kind enough to answer Ars' questions about alien crabs.
“The ability to refuel in space is critical to meeting NASA’s goals."
"We looked at what’s the best value to the government."
This is all experimental, but Ingenuity pulled it off.