June 12, 2002
A device just delivered to the ISS will add something important to Space Stationresearch: the human touch.
April 8, 2002
Scientists are building atomic clocks that keep time with mind-boggling precision. Such devices will help farmers, physicists, and interstellar travelers alike.
May 17, 2002
It looked like we were seeing UFOs approaching the earth flying in formation, three or four at a time, recalls astronaut Frank Culbertson. "There were hundreds per minute going beneath us, really spectacular!"
April 30, 2002
High school students are following in the wake of great explorers as they launch extraordinary rockets toward a new frontier.
Jan. 3, 2002
Using space technology, scientists have developed extraordinary ceramic photocells that could repair malfunctioning human eyes.
May 6, 2002
If you look at Venus this month and something doesn't seem quite right, you may have spotted a rare Venus pillar ... or better yet, a Venusdog!
July 11, 2002
An upcoming shuttle mission will carry small columns of sand into space -- and will return with valuable lessons for earthquake engineers, farmers and physicists.
Dec. 13, 2002
On Dec. 17, 2002, Earth and Saturn will have their closest encounter in nearly 30 years.
April 25, 2002
A glittering satellite named Starshine 2 will disintegrate in Earth's atmosphere on April 26th.
July 24, 2002
Beginning this week, the International Space Stationwill make a series of eye-catching passes over North America.