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Private funding is lined up to see it through all stages of development, culminating with the start of commercial operations in 2020. That funding is contingent on Skylon hitting some key milestones along the way, and a big one looms just a few month

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Russian cosmonauts never had sex in space during the 50 years of human exploration of the cosmos, and rumors about secret sexual experiments were myths, the Interfax news agency reported. "There is no official or unofficial evidence that there were i

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Terrence Aym

The future of long term space missions may be in jeopardy. A new study undertaken by a team of scientists at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas has revealed the efficacy of pharmaceutical drugs tends to diminish rapidly in space.

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Astonishingly advanced alien super-civilizations may dwell within gigantic black holes within the galactic nuclei! So proclaims eminent astrophysicist and researcher Dr. Vyacheslav Dokuchaev at the Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academ

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The information has come from Voyager 1, the spindly little spacecraft that rocketed from Florida more than 30 years before and is still traveling, farther from Earth than any human-made object ever has.

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Terrence Aym

While the US has reduced its national space program to skeletal proportions—and is now picking at the bones—Russia has announced an aggressive plan to build a huge base on the Moon. During festivities celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first hum

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A nuclear-powered spaceship may propel the first manned mission to Mars. Anatoly Perminov the director of Roscosmos, the Russian counterpart of NASA, told the Russian news agency RIA that a joint Russian-US nuclear spacecraft project will be on the t

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Forget expensive chemical rockets, exotic fuels, and atomic spaceships. Water can transport us all to the planets. Mars, Titan, the rings of Saturn and Asteroid Belt…all are accessible just by using good old H2O. So says Brian McConnell, a software e

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SpaceX already has a deal inked with NASA to become the first private space agency to resupply the International Space Station using its smaller Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule. The 27-engine Falcon Heavy, however, is aimed at hurling large govern

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