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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Fast Company
Neal Ungerleider
NASA's Space Station Robot Gets Legs The latest SpaceX delivery to the International Space Station, which took off on Friday from Cape Canaveral, included some unusual cargo: legs for NASA's robotic space station helper. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 15, 2014
Martin McCoustra
Life beyond Earth In my view, this book by Coustenis and Encrenaz would be a good base for a short course on astrobiology as opposed to astrochemistry. The observational content is well written and clearly explained in a most readable fashion for the non-expert. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 20, 2014
Victoria Druce
Rocket girl: the story of Mary Sherman Morgan, America's first female rocket scientist Rocket girl is a book about discovery: the discoveries of Mary Sherman Morgan; the discovery of space; and the author's discovery of a woman shrouded in obscurity -- the mother he barely knew. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 12, 2014
Katia Moskvitch
Saturn's largest moon home to prebiotic 'soup' Scientists should expand their quest for life in other worlds by searching for any kind of liquid, not just water, say researchers. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 27, 2014
Simon Hadlington
Quantum tunnelling sparks chemistry on cold surfaces Chemistry in deep space could be more diverse than thought after the discovery that larger atoms can quantum tunnel. mark for My Articles 225 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 25, 2014
Sophie Nixon
Astrobiology: a very short introduction This book, by David Catling, covers all areas of the subject, from the difficulties of defining life, to the search for Earth-like planets. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 12, 2014
David Bradley
Chemicals on rotation in a stellar nursery Protostars have been shown to act as nurseries for some interesting chemistry, as well as stars. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Fast Company
March 2014
Jon Gertner
Why Companies Are Lining Up To Test Golf Clubs (And Other Products) On The Space Station Since its launch the space station has mainly served as a place in which astronauts from NASA and foreign space agencies conduct experiments involving health and the physical sciences. It was never intended to help private companies improve their products and market share. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 6, 2014
Colin John Humphreys
Science, religion and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence This book by David Wilkinson would be ideal for anyone interested in the possibility of intelligent life elsewhere else in the universe. I will be buying it for someone myself. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 12, 2014
Andy Extance
Rocket reactor forces space hydrogen rethink Scientists have pushed low-temperature experimentation and computational chemistry to their limits to better understand hydrogen fluoride, which astronomers use to study regions of space that are otherwise hard to image. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
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