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Developing a Cultural Policy for the International Space Station
The European Space Agency (ESA) has awarded the independent arts organisation The Arts Catalyst in London a contract to carry out a 6-month study into possible future cultural utilisation of the International Space Station, in particular the European aspects of the station. View News Article (2005-05-25)

The Changing Face of Space Robotics
Dr Eddie Moxey of the University of Surrey recently gave a speech at the IEE seminar on the Changing Face of Robotics. His speech concentrated on the use of robotics in space. View News Article (2004-11-24)

Europe forges long-term strategy for Space Exploration
Representatives from the UK and other European political, industrial and scientific sectors, together with members of the general public are helping to shape the future direction of space exploration. View News Article (2007-01-11)

Competition Stars' Mission To Mars
Two Kingston University space enthusiasts have made it their mission to help man set foot on Mars. Aerospace engineering and astronautics students Flis Holland and Martin Stolen have developed a Martian dust removal system to aid exploration on the Red Planet. The system consists of a carbon dioxide snow-gun able to be used by astronauts to remove dust from spacesuits and machinery.... View News Article (2003-11-07)

Space Exploration 3.0 about to begin
Space exploration is about to enter a third age where nations will cooperate to explore the solar system. View News Article (2007-11-05)

European meeting in Athens fuels future space exploration missions to Mars, Moon
A European Science Foundation (ESF)-led workshop sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA) has enabled 88 scientists from 11 European countries to agree on science goals for future Europe's planetary exploration programme; providing the continent with an ambitious roadmap to examine Mars and the Moon. View News Article (2007-06-01)

The Scientific Case For Human Spaceflight
Forty years ago, on 12 April 1961, the era of human spaceflight dawned when Yuri Gagarin completed a single, 108 minute, orbit of the Earth on board Vostok 1. Exactly 20 years later, on 12 April 1981, the first U.S. Space Shuttle, Columbia, was launched from Cape Canaveral. In April 2001, the Space Shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to begin the 104th flight of America's reusable spacecraft, the... View News Article (2001-03-30)

Renewal of a life and physical sciences research program at NASA could facilitate longer, farther human space missions
By elevating its life and physical sciences research program, NASA could achieve the biological understanding and technical breakthroughs needed to allow humans to be sent deeper into space, including to Mars, says a new National Research Council report. View News Article (2011-04-06)

US space program should align with broader national goals
The U.S. civil space program should be aligned with widely acknowledged national challenges, says a new report from the National Research Council. View News Article (2009-07-08)

New NASA and NSBRI report on sex and gender differences in adaptation to space flight
In the future, as space exploration takes astronauts on longer missions and more female astronauts participate, "The Impact of Sex and Gender on Adaptation to Space" will become increasingly critical to astronaut safety and mission success. View News Article (2014-11-18)

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