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02/22/2018 / By David Williams

Ever planned of going to space and staying there for a short vacation? You soon can, through various commercial space

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-02-22-russian-space-tourism-program-to-kick-off-next-year-spacewalk.html

02/19/2018 / By David Williams

If you find it difficult to do your job at your cozy little workspace, with all of the conveniences that

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-02-19-space-fever-compromises-performance-zero-gravity-increases-astronauts-body-temperature.html

02/03/2018 / By Russel Davis

Researchers at the Pennsylvania State University recently reported that they were able to harness microbes and convert them into potential food

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-02-03-astronauts-eat-microbe-recycled-human-waste-space-travel-science.html

02/01/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Gradual bone loss is a serious side effect that astronauts must endure during protracted spaceflights. This is due to the

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-02-01-science-experiments-space-station-bone-glue-may-stimulate-bone-growth.html

01/31/2018 / By David Williams

The next unidentified flying object you see in the night sky might surprise you if you try to look close

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-01-31-earth-latest-satellite-comes-in-the-form-of-giant-disco-ball-called-humanity-star.html

01/28/2018 / By David Williams

One way or another, humans are going to visit other planets. The dream, according to many scientists, is to land

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-01-28-nasa-successfully-completes-first-test-of-compact-nuclear-power-system-that-could-power-a-human-base-on-mars.html

01/23/2018 / By David Williams

At this point, getting lost here on Earth isn’t that big of a deal anymore. There are plenty of navigation

http://www.spacetourism.news/2018-01-23-iss-experiment-spaceships-blinking-stars-to-navigate-outer-space.html

12/28/2017 / By Tracey Watson

On August 21 of this year, people across the United States and in several other parts of the world were

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-12-28-woman-who-stared-at-the-eclipse-now-has-a-crescent-shaped-burn-on-her-retina.html

12/27/2017 / By Rita Winters

One of the benefits of being an astronaut is that you get to “walk” in space. Free from the tethers

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-12-27-new-spacesuit-could-save-astronaut-lives-with-a-take-me-home-button-could-be-ready-in-5-years-making-space-walks-safer.html

12/15/2017 / By Rita Winters

As their name defines their work, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) monitors space, searching for signs of life

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-12-15-a-look-at-how-life-ebbs-and-flows-on-our-planet-from-space.html

12/01/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Come 2018, Moon Express will launch its first mission to the Moon. Though originally slated for late 2017, Naveen Jain,

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-12-01-will-human-colonies-be-on-the-moon-in-five-years.html

10/20/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

The prospect of humans one day visiting another planet has never seemed more possible than it has in recent years,

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-10-20-nasa-plans-to-genetically-modify-astronauts-so-they-can-survive-the-journey-to-mars.html

10/12/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Going to the moon is hard on human bodies, as the astronauts on moon missions discovered after dealing with heart-related

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-10-12-frankenstein-astronauts-nasa-wants-to-alter-dna-to-protect-against-space-radiation.html

09/16/2017 / By Russel Davis

Bacterial cells such as E.coli were found to mutate or shapeshift in space to resist common antibiotics that successfully kill

http://www.spacetourism.news/2017-09-16-shapeshifting-bacteria-scientists-discover-how-e-coli-in-space-becomes-antibiotic-resistant.html