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by Joe McCormick | Oct 24, 2014
What is MAVEN and what is it looking for? We take a close look at NASA's spacecraft and what it might tell us about the red planet.
by Joe McCormick | Aug 1, 2014
NASA says the first humans to land on Mars are already walking around on Earth today. How does NASA propose we get there?
by Joe McCormick | Feb 14, 2014
How would microgravity affect a baby's development in space? We look at what science has to say about it.
by Joe McCormick | Feb 12, 2014
What risk does cosmic radiation pose to the future of humanity and space travel? Would it be safe to conceive a baby in space?
by Joe McCormick | Jan 24, 2014
If private space travel is in our future, how can we make it affordable? We explore the proposals and projections.
by Joe McCormick | Jan 22, 2014
Will space tourism become a reality for more than a handful of rich people? We look at the history and future of space travel for regular folks like you and me. But, you know, with more money.
by Joe McCormick | Nov 1, 2013
What is space junk? Where did it come from? Why is it a problem?
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Jul 26, 2013
Space is trying to kill us. Learn more with Lauren's fabulous round-up of space exploration/murder resources in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | May 17, 2013
Sci-fi movies usually assume artificial gravity in space. Find out out more about artificial gravity in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
by Jonathan Strickland | Mar 12, 2013
Binary star systems could host life-producing planets. Read about binary stars and extraterrestrial life in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
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