NASA

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Sciences & Technology

Once just a speck of light, now revealed as the biggest known galaxy in the early Universe

Detailed pictures of one of the first galaxies show growth in the early Universe was much faster than first thought

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Under the Microscope

Taking Indigenous Australia to NASA

Tully Mahr is one of five Australians heading to an internship with NASA, where the 21-year-old will spend three months researching life’s origins and planet habitability

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Sciences & Technology

The science behind life in space on ‘Away’

Unfolding spacecraft, artificial gravity, and space disease all feature on Netflix’s series ‘Away’, but how much of the action is true to life?

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Sciences & Technology

Equality in science: A mission still not accomplished

Hidden Figures, the movie of three African-American women who helped put astronauts into space, should inspire us to do more to end the inequality in science and engineering

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