Astronauts prepare tool belt for tomorrow’s space walk

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Astronauts Kjell Lindgren and Scott Kelly, both of whom currently inhabit the International Space Station, are preparing for a space walk that will take place tomorrow (Wednesday, Oct. 28). On his Twitter, Lindgren posted a cool timelapse video about preparing the space suit tool belt for the venture. Preparing my space suit tool belt for…

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A flag for Earth

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Astronauts traveling to far distant planets might eventually bear a new symbol on their suits–the flag of Earth. The minimalistic blue flag is intended to represent the entire planet Earth should space travelers set up habitats elsewhere in space. The Earth flag is a concept designed by student Oskar Pernefeldt from the Beckmans College of…

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Interstellar everyday carry

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We live on the edge of a pretty cool future. The entire compendium of all human knowledge is accessible through a single device, a device that took the place of what just ten years ago would fill a suitcase. Ten years before that an entire trunk of a car. It certainly makes one wonder where…

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The New Artemis Guide to Space Exploration

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We here at the New Artemis have a passion for adventure–that much should be obvious. We also love the gear that enables us to safely and efficiently travel and explore. But beyond that, we’re also massive geeks, and tend to think about exploration in its many forms–including space. So we decided to try something new,…

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