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How the "new guys" of NASA's Group 8 opened up space travel to the rest of us
In the 1970s, NASA welcomed women and minority astronauts for the first time. Meredith Bagby's new book explores the impact that they made in the world of space travel.
When Bezos and Branson head into space, they and their companions fly at their own risk
Congress put a moratorium on regulating commercial human space flight to help the industry get off the ground.
Under Armour is suiting up for the final frontier
Companies have been in the business of outfitting astronauts since the beginning of manned space flight.
When Hollywood producers need to get the future right, they call a futurist
Hulu releases "The First" tomorrow, a series set in the 2030s about the first human mission to Mars.
Scott Kelly's new mission is on Earth
The astronaut talks about his life and work in science.
NASA's unmanned test flight is a step toward Mars
It’s also a reminder that U.S. astronauts have to hitch a ride to the International Space Station.
Space tourism: Still for the future, New Mexico learns
Virgin Galactic hopes to bring space and terrestrial tourists to New Mexico.