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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Chemistry World
July 3, 2015
Getting the measure of Mars Sophisticated analytical chemistry is studying the history -- and habitability -- of our neighboring planet, as Andy Extance discovers. mark for My Articles 215 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 30, 2015
Jessie-May Morgan
Space-like conditions give rise to metabolic precursors Mimicking interstellar conditions, a team of scientists at NASA has synthesized complex organic molecules thought to be necessary for the origin of life. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Fast Company
David Lumb
American Companies Are One Step Closer To Claiming Asteroid Treasure Who will regulate this American asteroid mineral rush? Probably the Federal Aviation Administration, theorizes The Washington Post. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
National Defense
June 2015
Stew Magnuson
Air Force to Boost Budget to Prepare for Conflicts in Space A potential conflict on Earth that escalates into space has prompted the Air Force to find an extra $5 billion to spend on offensive and defensive systems to protect national security satellites. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Fast Company
David Lumb
NASA Wants Your Ideas For A Mars Colony The challenge asks for written submissions detailing what astronaut-explorers will need to colonize a new planet -- and the space agency is offering a total of $15,000 in prize money, to be split between three winners. mark for My Articles 281 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
April 27, 2015
Carmen Nobel
Leadership Lessons From Outer Space Beaming in from space via teleconference, International Space Station Commander Terry Virts discusses leadership, technology, and thunderstorms. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Fast Company
David Lumb
NASA Chief Says Mars One Does Not Stand A Chance Without NASA Charles Bolden said that a manned mission to Mars is still a priority for NASA, with the next unmanned robotic rover mission planned to launch in 2020. mark for My Articles 234 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 16, 2015
Tim Wogan
Early Earth collision could clear up two geological mysteries Two seemingly unconnected geology problems -- the unexpected ratio of two neodymium isotopes in terrestrial rocks and the energy source for the dynamo that creates Earth's magnetic field -- could be solved by a new theory. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 14, 2015
Anthony King
Chemicals formed on meteorites may have started life on Earth The molecules that kick-started life on primordial Earth could have been made in space and delivered by meteorites, according to researchers in Italy. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Fast Company
David Lumb
Jeff Bezos's Rocket Company Will Test Reusable Spacecraft Later This Year The company's New Shepard reusable capsule is designed to eventually carry tourists and science experiments to the edge of space. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
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