Could 3D printed food provide astronauts with the meals of the future? ->
A British Ph.D. student and colleagues want to wake up an old satellite, one that was launched in 1971 and hasn't transmitted since 1996.
A neutron star has been discovered orbiting its binary partner every 93 minutes -- a record.
Nuclear fission reactors in space? Think less "building sized" and more "suitcase sized."
A zero-gravity roller coaster will make you hurl...down the tracks at 100 miles an hour.
You won't be able to see the spectacular GRAIL collision from Earth, but NASA will be streaming live commentary.
The Galaxy 15 satellite that had its "brains fried" by a solar flare nine months ago is communicating with Earth again. Has this reanimated satellite corpse been resurrected?
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