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Guide: Identifying Gemini & Apollo Space Food
Space Artifacts

Guide: Identifying Gemini & Apollo Space Food

Space food has come a long way since the pioneers of spaceflight first ascended to the stars over half a century ago, and space food has naturally evolved over time.
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SpaceX Payload: Pending
Space Artifacts

SpaceX Payload: Pending

These NASA 60th Anniversary Pins & Patches will be launched into space on the SpaceX Falcon 9 CRS-14 Flight which is destined for the International Space Station. The flight is is scheduled to...
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The Last Man on the Moon
Space News

The Last Man on the Moon

Apologies in advance for not posting much earlier this year, we've been rocked here at the Space Collective not only by a personal loss in a family pet, but also, and probably more significant to so...
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New Year, New Goals
Space News

New Year, New Goals

All of us probably were left a little numb after 2016. With so much upheaval in the world of politics, combined with a seemingly endless stream of celebrities passing away, including Ed Mitchell and...
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The Arms of Orion
Space News

The Arms of Orion

Anyone who grew up in the shadow of the Apollo era will doubtless be almost apoplectic with excitement of what is hopefully to come over the next decade. Whilst the USA is in a major transition phase...
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The Magnificent Seven
Space History

The Magnificent Seven

Last week gave us a sad footnote to what has been a very topsy turvy year all told in many respects. The passing at the grand age of 95 of John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth and a true...
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Watching the Skies
Space News

Watching the Skies

Here at the Space Collective, we have a healthy respect for all aspects of human and robotic space missions. Over the past few months our blogs have focused on many elements of this, both current and...
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Apollo Guidance Legend Finally Rewarded
Space News

Apollo Guidance Legend Finally Rewarded

The outgoing Obama administration in the United States recently held a ceremony to honour some of the most remarkable people that the "Land of the Free" have ever produced.
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A Brave New World
Space History

A Brave New World

This week has seen one of the most monumental upheavals in political history, of that there is no doubt whatsoever. In the UK and the United States over the past few months, the political landscape...
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The Long March to Mars? Chinese Takeaway
Space History

The Long March to Mars? Chinese Takeaway

As we sit here, looking over the last few weeks of quite remarkable events in space, such as the explosion of the ESA EDM lander on Mars (Maintaining the record of 0% success rate for any non-U.S...
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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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A Rare and Wonderful Thing
Space News

A Rare and Wonderful Thing

Working in the space industry has its perks, of that there is no doubt. If you're an engineer, working on something that will be launched, or possibly even land on another world must rank amongst the...
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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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An Introduction to Space Food
Space History

An Introduction to Space Food

Here goes; Did you know that NASA, Roscosmos and ESA all manufacture their own space food? It goes without saying that a European Astronaut’s palate wouldn’t quite suit a Russian Cosmonaut, and...
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Planet Nine... from Outer Space
Space News

Planet Nine... from Outer Space

Planet Nine... is it really there? Ever since the discovery of Pluto and then its subsequent demotion to dwarf planet status, astronomers have been on the hunt for yet more denizens of the outer...
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