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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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How Small are Small Stars Really? VLT Interferometer Measures the Size of Proxima Centauri and Other Nearby Stars

Researchers discover two black holes in the center of a galaxy / Candidates for gravitational waves

A Super Galactic Discovery: Astronomers have spotted two supermassive black holes

Cepheids: Star Measures and Variables

US and Scottish astronomers explain hot star disks

A glimpse of the young Milky Way VLT UVES observes most metal-deficient star known

MSU astronomer part of international team that identifies ancient star - Ancient star identified

Revealing Chandra image shows Mars glows in X-rays

Set your own course for the stars
 

 
NIST micro-positioner may help send messages from the stars

SCIENTISTS MEASURE THE MOST POWERFUL MAGNET KNOWN

Everyone wants gamma-ray eyes!

SCIENTISTS WORLDWIDE RACE TO OBSERVE FADING GAMMA-RAY BURST

SUN PUTS ON A SHOW FOR FALL

Space movie reveals shocking secrets of the crab pulsar

RARE CLASS OF EXOTIC STARS REVEALED AS SUPER-MAGNETS from Goddard

Bulk Source of Universe's Gamma Rays Identified, Scientists Say

Weather in outer space? Ask a brown dwarf

'Quiet' star wasn't quiet after all, say scientists

Chandra discovers high-energy activity heating up the 'whirlpool'

Astronomers discover 'bulls-eye' pulsar in supernova remnant

Team Led by UMass Astronomer Explores How Galaxies Change in Varying Environments

Chandra catches Milky Way monster snacking

Chandra X-ray Observatory image of Jupiter

Aviation Week Magazine Honors Johns Hopkins APL: Researchers and NEAR Mission for Space Advances

Star Deaths - the Red Giants

Atmosphere on the Sun

Large and Heavy Stars - Supernovae

Neutron Stars - Binary, Recycled, and Optical Pulsars

White Dwarfs - Planetary Nebulae

Star Distances

Gravity and Makeup of Dark Matter

GAMMA-RAY TELESCOPE TO SLEUTH FOR ORIGIN OF ELEMENTS

Chandra sheds new light on 'Coma Cluster' of galaxies

Chandra discovers dwarf galaxies give universe breath of fresh oxygen

The terrible twos: What might happen if our Sun had a twin

Superbubbles Bespeak Toil and Trouble

Chandra examines quadrillion-volt pulsar

Astronomers identify new type of star

Next-generation solar cells could put power stations in space

Digital sky survey shedding light on faint Milky Way stars

Evolution of Galaxy-Spanning Magnetic Fields










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