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A New Space Toilet
Jun 7th, 2021
A new toilet makes the essential task of going to the bathroom in space a bit more comfortable.
Posture while Driving
Jun 4th, 2021
The Zero Gravity seat has a unique shape that provides support to the whole vertebral column, reducing loads on all parts of the body and decreasing fatigue.
The Final Piece
Jun 3rd, 2021
The final piece of NASA’s Space Launch System has arrived in Florida.
A Dangerous Place to Land
Jezero Crater is a 28-mile-wide rugged expanse filled with potential hazards... large rock fields, dunes, hills, and the walls of the crater itself.
The NASA Selfies app lets you generate snapshots of yourself in front of some of NASA’s most captivating space images.
Mars in 3D
When NASA’s Mars Helicopter took to the skies on its third flight, Perseverance was there to capture the historic moment.
Weather conditions, such as rain, snow, slush, or ice, affect braking friction on runway surfaces.
Inflatable Thermal Protection
To land astronauts on Mars, NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield.
Sensors for the Open Sea
While other NASA sensors can be used to monitor a vessel’s structural health, this sensor is a natural fit for monitoring engine rooms on ships at sea.
Ice in the Engine
As melted ice crystals refreeze, ice accumulates inside an airplane’s engine core.
Mount Tambora ejected so much ash and so many aerosols into the atmosphere that the sky darkened and the Sun was blocked from view.
TESS has observed the outburst of a comet, several exploding stars, and watched as a black hole in a distant galaxy shredded a Sun-like star.
Swarms of CubeSats could work together to give us a big picture understanding of the places we dream about exploring.
While the science underway on station keeps improving our future, its unique truss structure ensures that the thousands of research investigations can actually be done.
The Space Crop Production Lab at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center is a web of research labs equipped with plant growth chambers of all sizes designed to simulate conditions on the International Space Station.
NASA is developing technologies to build structures on planetary surfaces using in-situ resources.
NASA is looking for creative solutions to menu boredom for astronauts on long duration missions.
A Moon Rock in Washington
A Moon rock has a place of honor in the Oval Office of the White House, on loan to the current administration.
NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock is a navigation shift that would allow us to more efficiently and precisely track spacecraft in flight.
It will be the first long-term orbiting outpost around the Moon.
A NASA Mom
She’s the lead Mom for the OSIRIS-REx mission – NASA’s first ever asteroid sample return mission.
During its flight demonstration, RainCube provided scientists with 3D pictures of what was going on inside storms around the world.
No More Blackouts
No more communication blackouts while waiting for this spacecraft to pass over a ground station.
Even worms have to use it or lose it when it comes to muscles in space.
Data from Cassini
Exactly how long is a day on Saturn? The answer, my friends, was hidden in the rings.
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