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Watch Usain Bolt Race Some Guys In Zero Gravity
The Olympic sprinting great called the experience "mindblowing."
OK Go's New Zero-Gravity Music Video Is Out Of This World
The band just released the video for their song "Upside Down & Inside Out."
The Science Fictional History of Zero Gravity Sex
At Inverse, we obsess over one question: What could happen next?
'Barbarella'(1968) The creators of Police Academy channel the farcical nature of Airplane for a scene that involves Jennifer
Weightlessness Throws These Cats For A Loop
Retired Astronaut David Wolf: Being In Space 'So Extreme' That It's Nearly Indescribable (VIDEO)
"You feel very natural in the absence of gravity. You can fly," Wolf said. Catch the full discussion on what happens to the
'Zero-Gravity' Fire Experiment To Test How Biofuels Burn With Help Of NASA's 'Vomit Comet'
By Space.com, Space.com
The UCSD team's biofuels in space project is being conducted under the supervision of UCSD professor Forman Williams. SPACE.com
End of Space Shuttle Saves World
If Richard Godwin's biotech company can do what it thinks it can, no one in the world need go hungry, and we might be able to live forever.
Can You Grow a Tree in Zero Gravity?
The best answer to any question
Supplementary reading: Growing Plants and Vegetables in a Space Garden After this, growth is mostly normal (as can be seen
Those Who Never Got to Fly
Athena Andreadis, PhD
Scientist by Day, Writer by Night
Women have become "common" in space flight - except that the total number of spacenauts who are women is still 11% of the total.
Space Tourism Industry Set To Lift Off, With NASA Providing 'Kick-Start'
By Reuters, Reuters
The budding commercial spaceflight industry also is getting a lift from NASA, which last year hired seven companies to fly
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Zero-G Coffee Cup Design From Astronaut Don Pettit's 'Saturday Morning Science' (VIDEO)
This video isn't new, but it's one of the highlights from Pettit's video series Saturday Morning Science, in which he used
Astronauts Falling On The Moon (VIDEO)
WATCH: But it wasn't all clowning around for the Apollo astros. Evidence of the experiments they conducted during NASA's
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