All systems were go. Then the little craft that could went dark. What now for the future of privatized space conquest in the Middle East?
Today on Jewcy: What does it take to get to space?
Eighty students from around the country created Duchifat-2, a four-pound, motorless satellite that will gather data about the lower thermosphere
To infinity and beyond, or Mars
International Space Station posts photographs of the Holy Land
Tablet Original Fiction: a scientist chases a meteorite, and finds a message from God
A sad week in the history of the space program
Growing up in a community of Jewish astronomers and scientists in Pasadena, Calif., meant searching for God while exploring the heavens
This week on ‘Top Chef D.C.’
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