International Space Station: Here we join 8 residents of the station who carry out experiments not possible on gravity rich Earth. Goldstone Tracking: Here we visit the Mojave Desert in California to the huge dishes that NASA has used to receive messages from space for over thirty years. Photographers In Space: A look at the benefits photos can provide from space to help with research of our precious Earth. Space Technology: We head back to 1962 and look at some of the tests being conducted for the new and excited space race. Moon Mapping: The European Satellite SMART-1 has begun its mission, including one of mapping the lunar surface. Hyperspace Place X30: The new craft will take off from a runway and reach speeds of 17,000 miles per hour before entering a low Earth orbit. Experiments In Space: The lack of gravity in space allows some tests the could not be carried out on Earth. Astronauts Training: Although a fun and inspiring job, here we look at the intense procedures astronauts have to go through to ensure maximum safety is accomplished.
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