Monthly Archives: October 2016

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We Seven... Tales of Mercury's
Space History

We Seven... Tales of Mercury's "Poetic" Astronaut

Today we're celebrating one of the unsung greats of the pioneering era of spaceflight, a man who sadly passed away only a few years ago, but who made an invaluable contribution to our understanding...
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The Great Galactic Ghoul
Space News

The Great Galactic Ghoul

As I sit here writing this, a team at the European Space Agency are still living with the faint hope that their lander has not become the latest victim of the "Curse of Mars".
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Mission to Mars - Could it be a reality?
Space News

Mission to Mars - Could it be a reality?

So it's finally about to happen? That's the question really on everyone's lips after the monumental announcement a few weeks ago by Elon Musk of SpaceX that he intends not only to fly a crewed...
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The Power of Science
Space History

The Power of Science

Space Exploration is time and again proving to be one of the key drivers in STEM and educational outreach. More so than pretty much any other branch of science, anything to do with space (or...
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Meteor Impact Craters
Space History

Meteor Impact Craters

Have you ever wondered how the meteor craters such as Barringer Crater in Arizona happened? Well we have the answer!
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