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Category: Space

Drought Stricken Texas Town to Recycle Pee for Drinking Water

Drought Stricken Texas Town to Recycle Pee for Drinking Water
You might think its hot where you are. However, you don’t know hot until you visit Texas in the summer. We are going on 40 consecutive days of temperatures in the 104-107°F range in many areas,…
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First Pilots of Boeing CST-100 Space Capsule Won’t Be from NASA

First Pilots of Boeing CST-100 Space Capsule Won’t Be from NASA
I’m not sure why I had assumed that if the CST-100 gets the funding it needs to become the replacement for the retired Space Shuttle fleet it would be piloted by NASA astronauts. I guess I…
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NASA Probe Finds New Evidence of Water on Mars, Johnny Cab Nowhere to be Found

NASA Probe Finds New Evidence of Water on Mars, Johnny Cab Nowhere to be Found
Mars is the planet that will likely be the first planet outside of Earth that humans will set foot on. One of the things that NASA is looking for on the planet are signs of water…
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Is the Moon Really Two Moons?

Is the Moon Really Two Moons?
The side of the moon that we can see here on Earth looks mostly smooth even if it is covered with a bunch of craters from impacts over the millennia. Often we call the side of…
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Four-foot Chunk of Space Shuttle Columbia Found in Dried Texas Lake

Four-foot Chunk of Space Shuttle Columbia Found in Dried Texas Lake
Back in 2003, tragedy stuck in the skies over some small sleepy towns in East Texas when the Space Shuttle Columbia exploded and disintegrated in the skies over the area. This is something that I will…
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China Ready to Launch First Part of ISS Knockoff Tiangong This Year

China Ready to Launch First Part of ISS Knockoff Tiangong This Year
China is getting its own space station ready, since much of the rest of the world is participating on the ISS. The Chinese space station is called the Tiangong, which apparently means “heavenly place.” The Chinese…
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Poop… in… Spaaaaaace…

Poop… in… Spaaaaaace…
One of the things that my childhood mind always wanted to know was how you go to the bathroom in outer space. Not to be rude or anything, but it always really sucked when you were…
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Space Shuttle Expedition LEGO Set: A Fond Farewell to Atlantis

Space Shuttle Expedition LEGO Set: A Fond Farewell to Atlantis
With the Space Shuttle Atlantis having landed safely from its final mission, you can continue the Space Shuttle era at home thanks to the LEGO Space Shuttle Expedition Set. The large set of LEGO bricks has…
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Modified Atlas V Rocket Could Someday Shoot Astronauts into Space

Modified Atlas V Rocket Could Someday Shoot Astronauts into Space
If you follow space related news, you know that the shuttle fleet has been officially retired and for most of the coming years American astronauts will hitch a ride on Russian spacecraft to get to the…
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Dawn Spacecraft in Orbit around Vesta Asteroid, Bruce Willis Not Involved (Yet)

Dawn Spacecraft in Orbit around Vesta Asteroid, Bruce Willis Not Involved (Yet)
I really like NASA and space travel. I sincerely wish that Obama and others in Washington had left NASA with the money to actually send humans to continue to do some of the adventuring. NASA announced…
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SpaceX Breaks Ground on Launch Site for Gigantic Falcon Heavy Rocket

SpaceX Breaks Ground on Launch Site for Gigantic Falcon Heavy Rocket
I wasn’t around during the Apollo days when those massive rockets were shooting men into space on their journey to the moon. The space shuttles are all I have ever known as far as space travel…
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Asteroid Came Really Close to Earth (and Most of Us Had No Clue)

Asteroid Came Really Close to Earth (and Most of Us Had No Clue)
We have probably all heard the clamoring by people over the years that we need to have a better warning system in place to warn us of asteroids that are on a path to collide with…
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$10,000+ Space Invaders Watch: Drop Down, Reverse Direction and Empty Bank Account!

$10,000+ Space Invaders Watch: Drop Down, Reverse Direction and Empty Bank Account!
This wouldn’t be the first Space Invaders watch I’ve featured on the site. It’s not even the first rare Space Invaders watch. But it is – for sure – the first one to cost $10,000. Actually,…
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268 Megapixel OmegaCAM Image Sensor Makes Your DSLR Look Like a Wimp

268 Megapixel OmegaCAM Image Sensor Makes Your DSLR Look Like a Wimp
If you have a DSLR camera with 15 or 16 megapixels, you might feel like you have the resolution to shoot just about anything. What you don’t have the resolution for is shooting truly epic shots…
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iPhones and Apps Launch into Space for Last Shuttle Mission

iPhones and Apps Launch into Space for Last Shuttle Mission
This will certainly cement the “an app for everything” claim. Apparently, a pair of iPhones have been certified for space flight and are set to take off on STS-135, the final Space Shuttle mission, tentatively scheduled…
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Astronaut Has to Let Thousands of Dollars in Camera Gear Burn Up on Reentry

Astronaut Has to Let Thousands of Dollars in Camera Gear Burn Up on Reentry
Astronauts take some really cool photos of the space station and other stuff when they are in orbit. I always sort of assumed that the cameras used were already on the ISS and whoever wanted to…
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