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NSW school girls spend the holidays as 'astronauts in training'

Julia Cummins fell in love with the idea of space travel after spending hours stargazing from home with her family's telescope.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NASA picks 12 astronauts for class of 2017

NASA's astronaut class of 2017 includes doctors, scientists, engineers, pilots and military officers, chosen from the agency's biggest ever pool of applicants.
SBS

Videos for astronauts

News video: Musk Says Falcon Heavy Rocket Might Fail?

Musk Says Falcon Heavy Rocket Might Fail? 00:33

Space travel ain’t easy, and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk knows it. Last year one of SpaceX’s rockets exploded on the launch pad causing damage that has left the company struggling to catch up.
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News video: Cute Japanese Drone Sends Back Photos From Space

Cute Japanese Drone Sends Back Photos From Space 00:55

Int-Ball, a Japanese drone with cameras inside of it, is currently stationed in Kibo, the Japanese Experiment Module on the International Space Station. The drone was designed to take photos..
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News video: Google Adds the International Space Station to Street View

Google Adds the International Space Station to Street View 00:46

For when you want to visit space, but you don't want to do all that astronaut training.
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News video: Google Maps Added an Out of this World Feature

Google Maps Added an Out of this World Feature 00:35

Space may be the final frontier, but Google is giving us Earthlings a closer look at a place most of us will likely never visit: the International Space Station (ISS). The search giant partnered with..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Congressman Asks Scientists if Ancient Aliens Were on Mars

Congressman Asks Scientists if Ancient Aliens Were on Mars 01:22

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher — vice chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology — asked scientists about alien civilizations on Mars.
Source: Newsy Studio -

 

NASA recruits 12 astronauts from long list

NASA's new intake of astronauts include doctors, scientists, engineers, pilots and military officers. A record 18,300 people applied for the job.
SBS

Space Station astronauts return to Earth

Two astronauts are headed back to earth after their Soyuz craft departed from the International Space Station.
SBS

'Oh my gosh': Marathon spacewalk takes rookie astronaut's breath away

Two American astronauts overcame an early equipment glitch to complete a marathon spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Friday. 
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NASA spacewalking suits in short supply

A report has found a shortage of NASA spacewalking suits, raising concerns about astronauts on the International Space Station.
SBS

Spacewalk prepares International Space Station for commercial taxis

Two astronauts ventured outside the International Space Station on Friday on the first of three outings to prepare the orbiting research laboratory for commercial space taxis.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Scientists closer to anti-ageing drug

Australian scientists hope they might soon be able to repair the damaged DNA of astronauts and children with cancer using a compound found in fruit and vege.
SBS

SpaceX makes delivery to ISS

Astronauts have captured SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship, a day after a GPS problem prevented the capsule from coming too close.
SBS

Jessica Chastain astronaut project slammed by Hidden Figures fans

From overlooked black female mathematicians on the space program to overlooked white female astronauts.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NASA marks 50 years since Apollo 1 fire

NASA has marked 50 years since three of its astronauts died in a fire on board the Apollo 1 spacecraft.
SBS

Blast off for Aussie kids space mission

NASA astronauts on the International Space Station will test experiments from about 1000 Aussie high school students.
SBS


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