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Do We Need to Go to the Moon to Get to Mars?
There's a palpable longing to return to the moon. But does it make sense?
Q&A With: Michael D. Griffin, Former NASA Administrator
The retired space chief offers his thoughts during an historic week
Can the Hubble Telescope Be Saved?
NASA's decision to stop servicing the Hubble Space Telescope has agitated astronomers and the general public
Troubled Weather Satellite Program
Delays in critically needed polar instruments could affect all of U.S. environmental monitoring
Lost in Space
The Space Station's woes show what's wrong with NASA and hints at how to put it right
Swift Satellite Turns on a Dime
NASA craft to be launched this month must act fast to catch fleeting deep space explosions
Writing NASA's Marching Orders
How White House insiders forged a new space policy
Robotic Arms Help Upgrade International Space Station
Three advanced manipulators execute a space ballet in outer space
Discovery Still Go for Launch
Shuttle set to fly at 3:51 p.m. local time
Space Is Big Business
Of the $257 billion spent on space last year, two-thirds came from the private sector
Q&A With: IARPA Director Lisa Porter
The first director of the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity discusses the differences between intelligence work and defense
Flying an experimental supersonic aircraft requires rock-solid flight software
Over the Moon
Just What Do You Think You're Doing, Dave?
How Apollo's astronauts learned to work with--and around--their computers
Proposals to terraform the Red Planet abound, but are any of them feasible?
Does NASA Need A Better Launch Site?
Scramjet Breaks Mach 7 in NASA Test
A Stowaway Mission to the Moon
NASA's LCROSS lunar impactor mission comes in on time and on budget
Mobile Domes: Coming to a Parking Lot near You
Seeing stars is just the beginning
Digital wizards bring back NASA's lost moon walk video
NASA erased the historic footage of the first steps on the moon; the folks at Lowry Digital Images are bringing that lost video back to life