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Houston researchers' medical device, ready for space station test, could help astronauts reach Mars

Houston researchers’ medical device, ready for space station test, could help astronauts reach Mars

Houston researchers are using microgravity to test a medical device that could help astronauts avoid radiation poisoning or bone loss during years-long missions to Mars. And if they can remotely control this device on the International Space Station, sending signals that would personalize when a drug is released over time, then doctors could use it …

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Dream houses and disasters: is the government ready to face the climate risk?

Dream houses and disasters: is the government ready to face the climate risk?

Gary McCormick, Tulsa’s senior special projects engineer, said most people remain resistant to a buyout unless they actually experience a flood. Yet the city still informs homeowners of their flood risk and offers buyouts. New federal funding will help them do more. McCormick walks homeowners through flood and hazard maps, detailing damage costs. Some take …

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NASA's Artemis I Moon rocket ready for launch - How to watch live

NASA’s Artemis I Moon rocket ready for launch – How to watch live

This artist’s rendering shows an aerial view of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket liftoff. This rocket’s Block 1 crew configuration will send the first three Artemis missions to the Moon. Credit: NASA/MSFC SLS) rocket, an uncrewed Orion spacecraft, and the ground systems at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SLS is a super …

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NASA's Artemis I Moon rocket ready for launch - How to watch live

NASA’s Artemis I Moon rocket ready for launch – How to watch live

This artist’s rendering shows an aerial view of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket liftoff. This rocket’s Block 1 crew configuration will send the first three Artemis missions to the Moon. Credit: NASA/MSFC SLS) rocket, an uncrewed Orion spacecraft, and the ground systems at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SLS is a super …

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