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A Texas undergrad is investigating how to grow vegetables on Mars — and has cultivated test samples of English peas in simulated Martian soil, with fertilizer from fly larvae.
The rocket cleared the launchpad and separated from its booster, surpassing the first attempt. But minutes later, controllers lost contact with the vehicle.
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Regina Barber and Aaron Scott of Short Wave about a black hole nearly as old as the universe, how pollution plagues sea turtles, and a simple fix to cut blood pressure.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Reuters reporter Marisa Taylor about her investigation into worker safety at spacecraft manufacturer SpaceX.
On Earth, clouds and rain are made of water. But the James Webb Space Telescope has found that on a planet called WASP-107b, the rain and clouds are made of sand.
The white tool bag can be seen with binoculars. Just look for the International Space Station in the night sky — the tools should be floating just ahead of the station.
During a space walk at the International Space Station, astronauts lost hold of a bag of tools. It'll be visible from Earth until it burns up in the atmosphere.
Frank Borman commanded two early NASA missions including Apollo 8, the first to orbit the moon. He was a no-nonsense astronaut known for his keen attention to detail and duty to country.