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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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Volcanoes on Jovian moon spew salt into atmosphere - Discovery explains 1970s observation of sodium above

Which ringed planet...!?: VLT obtains unusual view of well-known solar system object

Distant Ring of Stars Found Around the Milky Way Could Explain How the Galaxy Was Assembled 10 Billion Years

Coronal activity may be 'buried alive' in red giant stars, say Colorado researchers
 

 
Finding life away from Earth will be tough task, says noted paleontologist

NASA Marshall Center's Chandra X-ray Observatory Reveals Pileup on Cosmic Speedway

The discovery of the Sirente Crater Field

University of Alberta cameras capture rare meteorite

No shortage of mysteries on Venus
 

 
From Darwin to Internet at the speed of light

Jupiter-like planets formed in hundreds not millions of years, study shows

Antarctic search for meteorites program at CWRU expands with support from $1.6 million NASA grant

JPL - Where on Earth Is Mars?

Minolta Planetariums bring space into sight - Illuminating the riddles of the universe

An unexpected discovery could yield a full spectrum solar cell

Physicists Puzzle Over Unexpected Findings in 'Little' Big Bang

ESA's shortcut to a comet

Some cosmic rays originate within solar system, researchers find

NASA GOES FLAT Rain, snow, ice crystals, and hail are part of a complex process

Mars Rover Takes Baby Steps

Building Planets in Cyberspace from JPL

Cassini-Huygens Mission Status November 1, 2002

Jupiter Orbiter Nears First Visit to Small Moon, Dusty Ring October 29, 2002

Agency seeks greater returns on deep-space missions NASA calls on industry, academia for in-space propulsion innovations

STENNIS SPACE CENTER'S NAUTILUS PROGRAM HELPS CITIES PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

NASA Adds to Mars Global Surveyor Photo Album

'Cat's Eye' Images Show Cold Hole Over Jupiter's North Pole

A New Way to Find Planets Around Stars: Dusty Rings Are Signposts of Recent Plant Formation

Astronomers discover another Jupiter-size planet with a circular orbit

Comets Break Up Far and Near - SOHO

NASA tests Mars rovers in California desert

Moon Exploration

Solar System Statistics

Planets - the Surface of Mercury

Planets - the Smallest: Pluto

Minor Planets - Asteroids

Livermore lab chemist accurately dates first objects to form in the solar system

Avoiding the fate of the dinosaurs

STENNIS SPACE CENTER'S NAUTILUS PROGRAM HELPS CITIES PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

Red Freckles on Europa Suggest 'Lava Lamp' Action October 30, 2002

Scientists Boost Tally at Uranus October 25, 2002

Chaos Seen in Movement of Ring-Herding Moons of Saturn October 11, 2002

Antarctic ice seals life's fate

Discovery of giant X-ray disk sheds light on elliptical galaxies

Hunt for life on Mars dealt another blow

Milky Way monster stars in cosmic reality show

Microorganism isolated in space

Earth Likely Spared from One Form of Cosmic Doom

The Sun Does the Wave

Black Holes Form First, Galaxies Follow: New Quasar Study

Astronomers poised to apply novel way to look for comets beyond Neptune


 
 
 
 
 
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