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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.

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'Ariane 10 tonnes': added lift capability for Europe

New Ariane launcher all set for November liftoff: 11 November 2002

NASA ENGINE TESTING IMPROVED BY DUAL-USE PROJECT

First Confirmed Capture into Earth Orbit Is Likely Apollo Rocket

Flight 154 right on time - 6 September 2002
 

 
Timing is critical as launch windows approach

Ariane 4 Family from the ESA

Rockets

Launchers

Gateways to Space

School Project on Sputnik

Driving the Rockets

3,2,1...Blastoff

VentureStar X-33 and X-34 Prototype

Planet Probes: Flybys, Landers, and Gravity

NASA has extended to May 2007 its 6 1/2 year $2.4 billion contract with ATK Thiokol

Ariane 5 Family from ESA

Ariane 1, 2, 3 from ESA

Vega - the Future from ESA

Future Launchers from the ESA

Ariane 5 Development Stages from the ESA

Ion Engine to Open Up the Solar System

Stennis Space Center to Begin Boeing Rocketdyne RS-83 Preburner testing

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