NASA's Human Research Program (HRP) and the National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) of Houston will fund 23 proposals to help investigate questions about astronaut health and performance on future deep space exploration missions. The selected proposals are from 18 institutions in 14 states and will receive about $17 million during a one- to three-year period.
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Its a VERY Special Day at Aero-TV... and after years of requests, we have produced a special edition just for this auspicious occasion... a day that Aero-News has long made a focal point, each year, of all manner of "interesting" news and events. This year, we bring you insider info on the possible new President of AOPA... an aviator known the world over. We also have news about how heavily the sequestration mess has weighed upon the FAA and its recent Chapter 11 petition. We have frightening news about the President's proposal to undertake user fees against RC aircraft, as well as Boeing long-term "fix" for their onboard electrical power woes... and what Airbus is trying to d
ANN April 1 Special Coverage
In what may be the ultimate off-road spectacle, Roscosmos has challenged NASA to a Baja-style race between Curiosity and Russias' Mars rover that it secretly landed on the red planet last week.
ANN April 1st Special Coverage
NASA announced today that the Space Shuttle Atlantis, which was to have gone on permanent display at the Kennedy Space Center visitor’s complex, will instead be rolled back into the VAB for refurbishment as an unmanned meteor hunter.