1. Here's why women may be the best suited for spaceflight  National Geographic
  2. NASA estimates it will need $20 billion to $30 billion for moon landing, administrator says  CNN
  3. NASA says now is a great time to leave Earth  New York Post
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  5. 1,200ft Asteroid Could Crash Into Earth Because NASA Missed This Small Detail  International Business Times
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When you’re planning on taking a trip it pays to plan ahead, and one of the first things you should do is check the weather forecast. The same is true for...When you’re planning on taking a trip it pays to plan ahead, and one of the first things you should do is check the weather forecast. The same is true for space travelers, and with so many missions

NASA says now is the best time in two centuries for space exploration

Xprize CEO and Prodea founder Anousheh Ansari dreamed of being an astronaut as a child growing up in Iran, but, understandably, most people around her were skeptical about her ambitions. Yet in 2006, she made that dream come true when she became the first woman to visit the International Space Station as a privately funded […]Xprize CEO and Prodea founder Anousheh Ansari dreamed of being an astronaut as a child growing up in Iran, but, understandably, most people around her were skeptical about her ambitions. Yet in 2006, she made that dream come true when she became the first woman to visit the International Space Station as a privately funded […]

Pioneering private space explorer Anousheh Ansari welcomes ISS commercialization – TechCrunch

“"#NASA (has announced) that the International Space Station is now open for business. Previously, commercial organizations have only been able to use the #ISS for research purposes; now NASA is open to letting them make a profit in low Earth orbit (LEO)" https://t.co/0VfyW4gHq3”

amber mac on Twitter: ""#NASA (has announced) that the International Space Station is now open for business. Previously, commercial organizations have only been able to use the #ISS for research purposes; now NASA is open to letting them make a profit in low Earth orbit (LEO)" https://t.co/0VfyW4gHq3"

“Wild how rich people refuse to pay their taxes to keep things like NASA funded & now NASA is going to let them pay to go on field trips into outer space. Meanwhile everyone else is stuck on earth with gravity & student debt.”

Clint Smith on Twitter: "Wild how rich people refuse to pay their taxes to keep things like NASA funded & now NASA is going to let them pay to go on field trips into outer space. Meanwhile everyone else is stuck on earth with gravity & student debt."

Physically and mentally, women have the right stuff for expeditions into deep space. So why send male astronauts at all?Physically and mentally, women have the right stuff for expeditions into deep space. So why send male astronauts at all?

Here's why women may be the best suited for spaceflight

Companies will charge tens of millions of dollars for a single ticket to space, but NASA will see barely any of the money. Companies will charge tens of millions of dollars for a single ticket to space, but NASA will see barely any of the money.

Why NASA Is Renting the International Space Station for Dirt Cheap - VICE

The ultimate getaway destinationThe ultimate getaway destination

Future spacecraft will be like luxury cruise liners | Metro News

To fund its lunar ambitions, the agency will authorize two private missions per year.To fund its lunar ambitions, the agency will authorize two private missions per year.

From 2020, You'll Be Able To Photograph Space From The International Space Station

The European Space Agency has given the asteroid odds of 1-to-7,300 of hitting Earth

Space: Asteroid has slim chance of colliding with Earth

The pictures were captured from hundreds of kilometres up | News, The International Space Station has captured stunning pictures of Dubai from 410 kilometres up.The images – which were posted on Instagram and have racked up hundreds of thousands of likes – show the city’s man-madeThe pictures were captured from hundreds of kilometres up

Beautiful images show Dubai from International Space Station | News | Time Out Dubai

About a week ago, NASA announced on its website that it’s opening up the International Space Station for commercial business. Basically, that means US companies can now officially fly tourists to the space station, for what’s likely going to be a huge sum.About a week ago, NASA announced on its website that it’s opening up the International Space Station for commercial business. Basically, that means US companies can now officially fly tourists to the space station, for likely a huge sum.

Want To Spend A Two-Month Vacation On The Space Station? It'll Cost You Rs 360 Crore

The chances of a massive asteroid hitting Earth increased after scientists discovered a minor detail that could significantly alter its path.The chances of a massive asteroid hitting Earth increased after scientists discovered a minor detail that could significantly alter its path.

1,200ft Asteroid Could Crash Into Earth Because NASA Missed This Small Detail