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The tale of the puzzling two-headed space worm and what it means for your health

A regenerating worm from Earth has come back from the International Space Station with two heads, a shock finding that may have significant implications for advanced health care for humans.

Pioneering Astronaut and Disability Rights Advocate First Speakers Announced for Clio Cloud Conference 2017

The legal professionals conference will feature keynote speakers Colonel Chris Hadfield, International Space Station commander, and Haben Girma, the first Deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law..

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News video: NASA Astronaut Whitson Wants Colonies on Moon, Mars

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Jun.28 -- NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson discusses the commercialization of space exploration and her hopes for space colonies for private citizens. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin from the..
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News video: Experimental Solar Panel Jettisoned from International Space Station

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An experimental solar panel was jettisoned from the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday, June 26.The panel, known as Roll-Out Solar Array (ROSA), can roll open in space and is more compact than..
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News video: Tyndall Report: Tyndall Feeds the Guppy

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ISS will carry artificial organs in hope of medical breakthrough

In the near future, the International Space Station (ISS) will serve as home to five organs-on-chips research experiments. Each one will tackle a different issue, but all of them are expected to shed..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

How astronauts recycle water is gross yet fascinating

Learn how NASA perfected the process of purifying dirty water aboard the International Space Station.

Amendment may keep Iran-Russia sanctions bill from stopping ISS launches from Wallops

An Iran-Russia sanctions bill threatened to torpedo Orbital ATK's commercial resupply missions for NASA from Virginia to the International Space Station until an amendment cleared the U.S. Senate..

5 healthcare developments that were born in space

Space might just be the next frontier in our quest for better health. That’s because numerous healthcare developments we’ve come to rely on over the years got their start with astronauts...

Russian Rocket Sparks Deadly Fire: How It Happened

After a successful launch of Russia's Progress cargo spacecraft headed to the International Space Station, falling fragments caused a fire on Kazakhstan's steppes, killing one and injuring another who..

Worm grows second head after being launched into space -- and then it does it again

If space travel wasn't hard enough, imagine trying to do it with two heads.A flatworm sent to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX rocket in 2015 as part of a biological study grew a second..

Russia supply ship launched to space station

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's space agency says an unmanned cargo ship has been launched en route to the International Space Station. Roscomos said in a statement that the Progress ship, carrying 2.5 metric..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

A flatworm may have sprouted 2 heads because it lived in space

Space does weird things to the human body. From leaving you uncoordinated after months spent in weightlessness to atrophied muscles, space travel can wreak havoc on you physically.  But growing..

The 'space nation' Asgardia will attempt its first launch this summer — with help from a Russian billionaire

the 'space nation' asgardia will attempt its first launch this summer — with help from a russian billionaire
· *A non-profit organization called Asgardia is trying to form the first nation in space.* · *Asgardia will launch a small satellite in summer 2017 as a means of establishing its presence in..
Business Insider

This worm grew a second head after a trip to space

this worm grew a second head after a trip to space
There are all kinds of experiments going on aboard the International Space Station, but they all probably don't produce results as strange as this one. An article published today in the journal..
TUAW Also reported by •engadget

Another Antares launch from Wallops set for September

Finally, another Antares 230 rocket has a date to launch from Virginia to the International Space Station, possibly as early as late summer, officials say. The tentative Sept. 12 mission is nearly..

Zena Cardman didn't always want to be a NASA astronaut, but she is one now

Zena Cardman was with a group of close friends and eating breakfast tacos the day she got a phone call that would change the rest of her life.  In late May, Cardman learned she had been chosen as..

NASA's Final 12 Astronaut Candidates For 2017 Are Out Of This World

NASA has selected 12 candidates for its 2017 astronaut corps from some 18,300 applications who could soon find themselves aboard the International Space Station or in orbit around the moon. The..
Huffington Post

Will NASA-SpaceX teamwork turn into competition?

The newest class of American astronauts will train for two years before qualifying for space travel. That could include missions aboard commercially-built spacecraft from private companies like SpaceX...
CBS News

NASA just picked 12 new astronauts out of 18,300 applicants, and they’re all awesome

NASA just announced its newest class of astronauts, a crew of Americans from around the country who are entering the space agency at a time of transition. The 12 new astronauts could have the chance..

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