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Scientists analyze best ways to build spacecraft landing pads on the moon and propose melting lunar soil with microwaves as the most cost-effective method.

Paul Ratner | 12/21/2022
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Entrepreneurs are leveraging new technologies, such as machine learning to predict climate disasters as the commercial space industry grows.

Matthew S. Williams | 12/18/2022
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An exclusive interview uncovers a previously unrecognised connection between Earth's magnetic field and the Earth-Moon system.

Sade Agard | 12/16/2022
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Ammoun's photography career started in 2015 when he bought his first camera with money from his dental school graduation award. This sparked an interest that grew into a guide to the Moon, space, and beyond.

Baba Tamim | 12/14/2022

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) is going to be hosting Aquila, a quantum computer (processor) in its special cloud server called Amazon Bracket.

Stephen Vicinanza | 12/11/2022
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Propulsion technology has matured considerably, culminating in the New Space Age today.

Matthew S. Williams | 12/10/2022
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The system, which uses Tesla technology, went online earlier than originally planned due to predicted energy shortages.

Chris Young | 12/8/2022
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Scientists find ancient tree roots flooded oceans with excess nutrients, triggering mass extinction of life. Could today's human activity cause the same?

Paul Ratner | 12/8/2022
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More than half of the Brazilian population deals with food insecurity. This social startup is trying to combat food waste within the country and help feed people in need.

André Aram | 12/7/2022