+ Dragon set to shuttle supplies back from ISS
+ Alaskan rockets to study galactic X‑rays emissions and more
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Space causes astronauts to run hot
Space causes astronauts to run hot
Prolonged periods of weightlessness can cause persistent fevers in astronauts and significantly increases their body temperatures during exercise.
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Dragon set to shuttle supplies back from ISS
Dragon set to shuttle supplies back from ISS
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will depart the International Space Station this weekend, bringing cargo and spent materials back to Earth.
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Obese stars are more common than expected
Observations of a nearby stellar nursery reveal an "astonishing" overabundance of gigantic stars with masses up to 200 times that of the Sun.
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Alaskan rockets to study galactic X-rays emissions and more
Alaskan rockets to study galactic X‑rays emissions
A series of four rockets will study the source of space X‑rays, as well as test how our upper atmosphere reacts to added water vapor.
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