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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

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Advanced Communications Satellite Soars Into Night Sky

Flight 157 postponed a few days

Third Advanced Communications Satellite to Link US With Space-based Research Missions

NASA's Ready to Study Cool Ice, Hot Plasma and Ocean Winds
 


European Commercial Satellite Industry To Gather for SATELLITE 2002 Europe Conference & Exhibition

Envisatís ASAR reveals extent of massive oil spill off Spanish coast - 20 November 2002

NASA SATELLITE FLIES HIGH TO MONITOR SUNíS INFLUENCE ON OZONE

>Medics demonstrate treating disaster victims via satellite

Envisatís MERIS captures phytoplankton bloom

No more doubts about ESA's Venus Express!

 

 
Galileo Millennium Mission Status

Three ESA satellites reveal Etnaís complexity

ESA's good-natured DevILS: 24 October 2002

UN/ESA programme "trains the trainers" in Earth observation: 24 October 2002

The power of two: Envisat demonstrates combined imagery from dual sensors 31 October 2002

Ghosts found in space - ESA October 31, 2002

UPWELLING BRINGS COLORFUL LIFE TO CALIFORNIA COAST October 16, 2002

COMPUTER MODEL SUGGESTS FUTURE CROP LOSS DUE TO POTENTIAL INCREASE IN EXTREME RAIN EVENTS OVER NEXT CENTURY

NASA Images Show Calmer Side of Italy's Fiery Mount Etna November 1, 2002



NASA'S ICESAT SPACECRAFT ARRIVES AT LAUNCH SITE

SAVING CAJUN COUNTY: NASA SATELLITES TO HELP PRESERVE LOUISIANA WETLANDS

Antarctic forecast: premature break-up of ozone hole this week

Galileo receivers - in search of signals to ignore

Earning Seal of Approval for New Weather Data

Flawless launch of a super Meteosat

NASA selects Stanford team to design and direct major solar experiment for 2007 launch

New ESA Telecommunications specialist website

Satellites Show Overall Increases in Antarctic Ice Cover

Stennisphere to Debut New Exhibit: 'The Lost Images of Hurricane Camille'

Internet Link Moves Gemini Closer to Becoming First "Cyber Observatory"

First Images From NASA's "Thermometer in the Sky" Sizzle from Goddard

NASA's Terra Satellite Refines Map of Global Land Cover

Dryden Notes 25th Anniversary of First Shuttle Approach and Landing Test

Astronaut Crew Assignments Build on Space Station Experience

Instrument Aboard NASA's Aqua Satellite Joins Twin to Begin Comprehensive Global Coverage

Venus Express comes into Cosmic Vision

Artemis: mission brought back from the edge, a world premiere in space

Artist's concept of Orbiting Carbon Observatory

Satellite Sees Double Zones of Converging Tropical Winds around the World

MSG: Europe's new sentinel in space

PROBA images available on web

XMM-Newton ESA's Satellite Observatory is Unique

Current Missions - Quick Scatterometer

A new technology for monitoring global disasters - Stratospheric Satellites

NASA Mission on Course to Provide Unparalleled Look at Comets

As Summer Starts, Next El Nino Is Slow to Grow

Student-polished space mirrors ready for launch

US and Soviet Union Military Satellites

Satellites Studying Earth's Surface

Satellites of Communication

Orbits of Satellites

Satellites Study Earth's Weather Patterns

Spaceflight and Spacecraft Beginnings

NOAA-17 Launched

NASA's newest Earth Observing System satellite, Aqua

NASA's Earth Observing technology satellite proves a success

Stardust tests new ESA deep-space ground station in Australia

MSG-1 weather satellite ready for commissioning

Challenges of landing on alien worlds

SATELLITE TO STUDY THE SPACE IN SPACE NEARS LAUNCH

Satellite images predict hantaviral transmission risk

When more data can mean more fun














 
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