May 2016 Blog Posts (1)

Welcome to the Tardigrade Project

Welcome to the Tardigrade Project

Better Questions

From Rick Eyerdam

 I have just published a NASA history covering from NACA to the present days with the focus on NASA’s search for life in space, rather than the manned program. It is called: Exobiologists, Rocketeers and Engineers: Inside NASA’s Quest for Life in Space.

Because of the constraints of contemporary knowledge NASA searched incrementally for “life as we know it.” That was, of course, a moving…

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