Tue, 08/30/2016 - 9:08pm
The zero-gravity environment onboard the International Space Station enables astronauts and researchers to better study health issues that impact people on Earth.
Scientists don’t know why these rare synchronous fireflies, found in a section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, glow simultaneously.
Dr. Aziz Sancar's research on how cells and DNA heal earned him the 2015 Nobel Prize in chemistry.
Veteran space station astronaut Doug Wheelock says there are many things we take for granted on Earth. While in space, you start to miss its smells, sounds, blue skies and life there as you knew it.
Doug Wheelock says poetry is the best way to express his feelings about space exploration.
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