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When space makes you dizzy:
Landing a spaceship is not a good time for a pilot to feel dizzy.

It's easy to tell which way is up and which way is down...or is it? In the freefall of space travel, there's no pull of gravity to tell your body which way is which. Most astronauts and cosmonauts experience some motion sickness when they first arrive in orbit. NASA is studying why.

Collectology - the collecting of science

Download sound files of the sun from Stanford's Solar Center: The Singing Sun.

Go to theBBC SPACE Science Homepage & Weather Page
for space events and forecasts.



View NASA Kids Toon for animations on NASA, space missions and science.
 


EAC - home base of the European Astronaut Corps

Livelier lessons with Netd@ys Europe 2002

Muddy Waters: NASA Scientists at Stennis Space Center Study Water Quality in Their Own Back Yard

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Premieres 'Apollo 13: The IMAX(R) Experience' - 'Apollo 13' Premieres at KSC Visitor Complex

Marshall Center helps students turn big ideas into better solutions

ASTRONAUT BONNIE DUNBAR INDUCTED INTO NAME
 

 
ENGINEER COMPARES WORKING FOR PRIVATE INDUSTRY TO BEING A PART OF AMERICA'S SPACE PROGRAM

Marshall Center chosen as historic aerospace site

The Physics of Dr. Perry by Robbie Mitchell

Winning aerospace design sends students on journey from Capitol Hill to NASA's Marshall Center

JPL Director Receives Takeda Award - Dr. Charles Elachi
 

 
NASA Administration Names Whitson First NASA ISS Science Officer

Floating students at work

KSC TEAM RESCUES DISTRESSED DIVER ON BOARD FREEDOM STAR

NASA Enlists Volunteers to be Solar System Ambassadors

Astronaut Frank Culberson Departs NASA, Retiring to Pursue New Opportunities

Summit endorses role of space: important role Earth observation satellites can play
 


JPL's Bionic Woman - Dr. Ayanna Howard

NASA's Barry Robinson: Living His Dream

KSC Awards Grants Supporting Future Spaceport Technology

Fascinated with father's steel foundry, NASA scientist now leads materials studies in space

Astronauts of the European Space Agency

Claudie Haigneré, the ESA astronaut, appointed to post of Minister for Research and New Technologies

NASA Fellowship recipient Bruce Vu concluding successful two-year research

A computer-based, self-help system for the space age

NASA's Marshall Center engineering design challenge sends students'ambitions sky high

Criswell, Dr. David R. - Director, Institute of Space Systems Operations University of Houston and Associate Director, Texas Space Grant Consortium

Chris Grohusko - Glowing Visitor in the Desert

Space Walker Mom

First Flight with Chaos 1 and 2

This is a memorial article in honor of those whose lives were lost and shattered on September 11, 2001. This is a true story about real people from a small town that suffered with the enitre United States on 9-11.

NASA Launches New Educational Multimedia Adeventure for Children

The Nuna team celebrates its victory

Marshall Center helps students turn big ideas into better solutions

First Contact: She was late this morning.

Star Wars starts to live online

Welcome Home, Flat Stanley - November 27, 2002

Hydrogen-powered cars, other futuristic products all in a day's work for NASA space product manager

Learning about space and agriculture














 

 

 
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