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Iran’s Revolutionary Guard reveals secret space program

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SLS a leaky launch vehicle

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A career in the Final Frontier

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2020 is promising to be another record year for job growth is the space industry and we have your connection to thousands of jobs through our partnership with the Space Talent Network.
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As we’ve been reporting, 2020 is promising to be another record year for job growth is the space industry and we have your connection to thousands of jobs through our partnership with the Space Talent Network. Just click on the jobs link on our site and search by job functions, location or by company.  More importantly, it’s not just engineering jobs…..although those are truly in demand…..there are openings in operations, IT, marketing and communications, Human Resources and much more!. Check in regularly as the jobs are constantly updated. 

There’s a Universe of opportunity.  So don’t hesitate to take one giant leap for your career .

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Some of the best Space Channel content, featured in a half hour tour of the network! Entertainment, news, music and undisclosed locations. An exclusive look at 21st century Space Tourism, how to prepare an authentic Martian Feast and Jazz great, David Becker explains why the Universe needs a soundtrack.
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Some of the best Space Channel content, featured in a half hour special. An exclusive look at 21st century Space Tourism, how to prepare an authentic Martian Feast and Jazz great, David Becker explains why the Universe needs a soundtrack.

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How mobile games are saving astronauts

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Millions of miles from a hospital, with a terminal illness. Working this problem has created a truly unique interdisciplinary solution that could pave the way for a revolution in medicine.
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One of the benefits of space exploration is how it brings so many unique industries together to solve some of our biggest challenges.

In an effort to keep humans healthy on the way to Mars, with little to no support from Earth, the Translational Research Institute for Space Health, is developing a radical new approach to healthcare in an effort to solve one of microgravity’s most painful side effects:

Kidney Stones.

A diagnosis that usually requires surgery, and there’s no ER in space. At least not yet…that’s a hint NBC. Low gravity environments cause a reduction in bone mass and muscle tissue, pushing excess calcium to the kidneys, resulting in extremely painful stones passing through the urinary tract. This alone could halt our progress to the inner planets.

Fourteen ISS crew  members have developed the syndrome in the last 5 years, and with longer missions on the horizon – solving this is a priority – and gaming is the answer.

At the intersection of medicine and entertainment, Level Ex is paving the way for the future of health care in far away environments. “On the way to Mars it’s likely there’ll be a physician on board but Murphy’s Law says it’s going to be the doctor who gets sick,” said Dorit Donoviel.