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With Drive-to Destinations, Travel Won't Be a Distant Dream
With the onslaught of COVID-19, things changed for most businesses including theirs. However, the charm and high of running a business during a crisis may not be pleasant but can be hugely gratifying and they managed to do a fair bit of that
Covid-19: Travel After the Pandemic
Airlines have gone out of business, counties have closed borders, and many companies in travel and hospitality have since gone bankrupt. What does this mean for those looking to explore the world or have been bitten by the travel but while being stuck at home?
5 Public Space Companies to Invest in Over the Next Decade
Think the only big name in space exploration is SpaceX? Think again. Here are five companies you need to know.
NASA Wants You to Design a Space Toilet for Future Moon Missions
The space agency is crowdsourcing ideas for a cosmic commode that works in microgravity and lunar gravity.
Virgin Galactic Signs NASA Deal to Take Private Citizens to the ISS
For now, it will merely act as an ISS travel agency for NASA.
FCC Has 'Serious Doubts' SpaceX Starlink Can Deliver a Low Latency Internet Service
The Federal Communications Commission doesn't believe low-Earth orbit satellite providers can deliver internet service while keeping latency below 100ms.
How This AI Company Is Working to Transform Space Exploration in an Age of Global Pandemic
Hypergiant founder and CEO Ben Lamm explains AI's role in creating a more flexible infrastructure for the future of space exploration.
The New Frontier: Space Law And The Galactic Economy
The commercial space industry is heating up– 50 years ago, outer space was reserved for the most powerful of nations and the most dominant governments, but today, there is a democratization of space.
Social Distancing Mental Health Tips From a NASA Astronaut Who Lived in Space
Tracy Caldwell Dyson has logged more than 188 days in space and over 22 hours on spacewalks. She knows a thing or two about isolation.
After 21 Years, SETI No Longer Needs Our Help Searching for Aliens
The search for alien life continues, but it doesn't need our idle computing power anymore.
Have What it Takes to Go to Mars? NASA Is Now Recruiting New Astronauts
Applicants will need to be U.S. citizens with master's degrees in a STEM field or have completed pilot school. Selected candidates will be trained to live on the ISS, where they'll prepare for missions to the Moon and Mars.