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Sleep Long and Prosper
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/29/11
A new study is helping scientists understand how microgravity affects sleep in space. The research could help astrobiologists understand how complex organisms that require sleep adjust to life beyond planet Earth.

Ultrasound for Astronauts
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/28/11
Ultrasound exams may be a key to maintaining the health of astronauts on long duration missions.

How LRO Changed Our View of the Moon
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/27/11
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter changed our view of the entire Moon, helping astrobiologists understand it's formation, history and links to the habitability of Earth.

Testing Spacesuits in Antarctica, part 5
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/20/11
In this field diary, Margarita Marinova takes us on a journey to Antarctica in order to test spacesuits. Testing the suits in harsh environments on Earth can help future explorers, who will need protection when investigating Mars and other places in the solar system.

Recycling Water in Space
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/19/11
During the last space shuttle flight, astronauts will test a new method for recycling 'used' water. Water is essential for life, and having access to water beyond Earth will be a major obstacle for future space explorers.

Countering Contamination for Mars Spacesuits
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/16/11
Laser pointers can be used to test possible contamination risks posed by the spacesuits humans will wear when they explore Mars.

'Secret Mars Base' a Cosmic Ray Artifact
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/14/11
Recently, a video made its way around the web that claimed a space station was discovered on Mars. In reality, the image is nothing more than bad pixels caused by a cosmic ray hitting the Mars Express spacecraft while the photo was being taken.

Testing Spacesuits in Antarctica, part 4
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/13/11
In this field diary, Margarita Marinova takes us on a journey to Antarctica in order to test spacesuits. Testing the suits in harsh environments on Earth can help future explorers, who will need protection when investigating Mars and other places in the solar system.

Testing Spacesuits in Antarctica, part 3
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/06/11
In this field diary, Margarita Marinova takes us on a journey to Antarctica in order to test spacesuits. Testing the suits in harsh environments on Earth can help future explorers, who will need protection when investigating Mars and other places in the solar system.

Microscopic Worms Could Open Up Deep Space
Topic: Moon to Mars
06/04/11
A space flight by microscopic worms could help humans overcome the health threats posed by space travel.

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