Want To Snag A Job Mining Asteroids Someday?

Want to snag a job mining asteroids someday? You can now get your masters in it.

ASTEROIDS APLENTY. Our solar system has no shortage of asteroids. At last count, NASA estimated there were 781,454 of the rocky bodies orbiting our Sun. Tens of thousands of those are floating between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter in an area appropriately named the asteroid belt.

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Interstellar Travel Breakthrough

Interstellar travel BREAKTHROUGH: New material to ‘speed spacecraft to 134,000,000 mph’

Before man can cross the vast distances of space, the designs of spacecraft’s sails will be key – striking a delicate balance between mass, strength and reflectivity. Working with NASA, California Institute of Technology (Caltech) scientists have created the new material out of silicon and its oxide, silica.

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Mission To Touch The Sun

On ‘mission to touch the sun,’ Parker Solar Probe has launched

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun’s atmosphere in a mission that launched early Sunday. This is NASA’s first mission to the sun and its outermost atmosphere, called the corona.

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NASA will pay you up to $750,000

NASA will pay you up to $750,000 to come up with a way to turn CO2 into other molecules on Mars

When NASA launches manned missions to space they have to bring just about everything along with them. You can’t reach out into space for resources when you’re cruising in orbit aboard the International Space Station, and the Apollo missions to the Moon didn’t attempt to turn anything on the lunar su…

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Asteroid Space Mining Mission

Asteroid space mining mission plan REVEALED by USGS in $700 quintillion gold rush

Space mining is the process of sending spacecraft to asteroids, moons, comets and even planets to collect valuable minerals. USGS officials are now investigating how they can expand their operation to search for resources in space – with hopes to team up with NASA.

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Russia Says Space Station Leak Could Be Deliberate Sabotage

Russia says space station leak could be deliberate sabotage

Russia launched checks Tuesday after its space chief said an air leak on the International Space Station last week could have been caused by deliberate sabotage.

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