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2021

Data Project Backed by Al Gore Aims for Real-Time Emissions Monitoring (Thomson Reuters Foundation, September 16, 2021)

Howard County Partners with Johns Hopkins University to Better Understand COVID-19 (WMAR, September 16, 2021)

NASA Confirms Thousands of Massive, Ancient Volcanic Eruptions on Mars (NASA, September 15, 2021)

Coronavirus Resource Center Data Visualization Processes Explained (Coronavirus Resource Center, September 14, 2021)

JHU APL Stands Up Colorado Field Office (Intelligence Community News, September 14, 2021)

NASA Dragonfly Launch Date, Mission, Cost, and Alien Hunting for the Titan Explorer (Inverse, September 11, 2021)

China’s Navy Is Exploring Ways to Use Ferries for Military Landings (The Maritime Executive, September 10, 2021)

Morgan State University Awarded Over $7M to Establish the Center for Advanced Electro-photonics (CBS Baltimore, September 10, 2021)

What Astronomers Thought Pluto Looked Like Before They Saw It Up Close (Gizmodo, September 9, 2021)

Marine Special Ops Command Hones Its ‘Cognitive Raiders’ (National Defense, September 7, 2021)

NASA Helicopter Has Been Zipping About on Mars, Paving the Way for Drone Exploration (NPR, September 6, 2021)

NASA Details Exploration Efforts at Space Symposium (Colorado Springs Indy, September 1, 2021)

Titan’s Strange Chemical World Gets Simulated in Tiny Tubes (WIRED, August 27, 2021)

Why Tech ‘Demo Days’ Are the Answer to DoD Acquisition Problems (RealClearDefense, August 27, 2021)

Deflecting an Asteroid Before It Hits Earth May Take Multiple Bumps (The New York Times, August 25, 2021)

The ‘Small Wonders’ Unlocking Secrets of the Solar System (National Geographic, August 24, 2021)

NASA Slightly Improves the Odds That Asteroid Bennu Hits Earth. Humanity Will Be Ready Regardless (Salon, August 15, 2021)

This Startup Is Bringing the First Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm to Market (Fast Company, August 12, 2021)

NASA Sun Spacecraft Whizzes Through 9th Solar Flyby (Space.com, August 9, 2021)

From Smart Watches to Smart Contacts: How Are Wearables Evolving? (Silicon Republic, August 5, 2021)

A Group From Johns Hopkins University Earns 2021’s Innovative Team of the Year (Fast Company, August 4, 2021)

Applied Physics Laboratory Wins Award (Laurel Patch, August 4, 2021)

Best Workplaces for Innovators 2021 (Fast Company, August 4, 2021)

Increasing Access COVID-19 Testing via IVF Research (The Hub, August 3, 2021)

Lockheed Martin’s-Built Lucy — Not in the Sky Yet — Arrives at Kennedy Space Center for Launch (SatNews, August 2, 2021)

Discovery Station Marks 25 Years of ‘Intellect and Curiosity’ for All Ages (The Hagerstown Herald-Mail, August 1, 2021)

Next-Generation Senses (Muy Interesante, July 30, 2021)

Revealed: NASA’s ‘Night Mission’ to Mercury, the Only Inner Planet We’ve Yet to Land On (Forbes, July 30, 2021)

U.S. Strengthening Space Domain Awareness (National Defense, July 30, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Amazon Partner to Accelerate Access to High-Res Brain Mapping Data (The Business Monthly, July 27, 2021)

AI That Bested Air Force Pilot in “Digital Dogfights” Headed for L-39 Jet Trainer (The Drive, July 26, 2021)

Exoplanets in the Shadows (Eos, July 26, 2021)

Exploring the Advantages of Defects in Laser-Manufactured Materials (Phys.org, July 26, 2021)

NASA Hands SpaceX Contract for First Mission to Jupiter’s Moon Europa (Fox, July 26, 2021)

Amazon, Johns Hopkins APL Partner to Accelerate Access to High-Res Brain Mapping Data (The Ritz Herald, July 23, 2021)

Financial Sector Vet Heather Murren Begins Term as Johns Hopkins APL Board of Managers Chair (GovCon Wire, July 23, 2021)

APL Among Computerworld’s Top 10 ‘Best Places To Work’ (The Business Monthly, July 20, 2021)

Facebook Is Ditching Plans to Make an Interface That Reads the Brain (MIT Technology Review, July 14, 2021)

NASA’s Next Jupiter Mission Will Hunt for Life’s Ingredients Under Europa’s Frozen Shell (Popular Science, July 14, 2021)

Not the Science Type? New Documentary Star & Nuclear Engineer Dr. Ciara Sivels on Breaking Down Negative Stereotypes (Bucket List Careers Podcast, July 14, 2021)

Satellite Images Show China Has Deployed Military Planes to South China Sea (Newsweek, July 14, 2021)

Brain-Computer Interface Enables Hopkins Study Participant to Touch, Feel Holographic Objects (The Business Monthly, July 13, 2021)

China Begins Military Flight From Disputed South China Sea Bases (The Washington Times, July 13, 2021)

Researchers Work to Prove Out Ultra-High-Temperature CMC for NASA Interstellar Probe Study (Composites World, July 13, 2021)

Best Places to Work in IT 2021 (InsiderPro, July 12, 2021)

Deflecting Asteroids and Exploring a Metal World (Physics World, July 9, 2021)

Mostafavi Receives 2020 Fred L. Scarf Award (Eos, July 7, 2021)

The Planets with the Giant Diamonds Inside (Nautilus, July 7, 2021)

Colliding with Asteroids (On Purpose), Shohei Ohtani, and the Misunderstood Shark (WNPR, July 6, 2021)

First Black Woman to Get PhD in Nuclear Engineering Featured in “Not the Science Type” Doc (WJLA, July 6, 2021)

The New World of Work: You Plus AI (VentureBeat, July 5, 2021)

The Following Asteroid Collision Is Only a Test (The Boston Globe, July 3, 2021)

Not the Science Type (3M, July 2021)

Buoys with a Brain (Johns Hopkins Magazine, Summer 2021)

Otherwordly Oceans (Johns Hopkins Magazine, Summer 2021)

Abnormally High Alcohol and Mystery Heat Source Detected on Comet Wirtanen (Phys.org, June 30, 2021)

NASA Marks 60 Years of Nuclear Power in Space (World Nuclear News, June 30, 2021)

NASA Science Live: International Asteroid Day (NASA Science Live, June 30, 2021)

Nuclear Bombs and Gravity Tractors: The Weird Ways Earth Could Be Saved From an Asteroid (Newsweek, June 30, 2021)

How NASA and the ESA Are Preparing for Wayward Asteroids (Silicon Republic, June 29, 2021)

Female Scientists Blaze Paths for Future Generations in 3M Documentary, “Not the Science Type” (SWE, June 23, 2021)

Nightside Radio Could Help Reveal Exoplanet Details (Phys.org, June 23, 2021)

The Possible Evolution of an Exoplanet’s Atmosphere (Eos, June 23, 2021)

Women in Tech: Trailblazers with Former TaskRabbit CEO Stacy Brown-Philpot, Google CFO Ruth Porat and Former IBM CEO Ginni Rometty (The Washington Post, June 23, 2021)

Lyme Selfies: Researchers Look to AI to Detect Lyme Disease Earlier (The Hub, Spring 2021)

Can Humans Deflect an Asteroid? New NASA Mission Aims to Find Out (NOVA, June 18, 2021)

Tribeca Festival Debuts ‘Not the Science Type’ (Times Square Chronicles, June 18, 2021)

“Not the Science Type” Scientist Talks About Her Career and the Film (PIX11, June 16, 2021)

Our Knowledge of the Solar System Is Expanding. Here’s How Scientists Define Interstellar Space (WKMG News, June 14, 2021)

NASA Selects New Science Investigations for Future Moon Deliveries (Phys.org, June 11, 2021)

Clever Trick Used to Clean Off InSight’s Solar Panels and Boost Its Power (Universe Today, June 7, 2021)

The Next Venus Missions Will Tell Us About Habitable Worlds Elsewhere (MIT Tech Review, June 9, 2021)

In Docuseries Not the Science Type, Trailblazing Women Buck Stereotypes (CNET, June 8, 2021)

New Cybersecurity Tools Could Help Utilities Bolster Defenses (StateTech Magazine, June 7, 2021)

DHS, APL Develop ASR Tech (Intelligence Community News, June 4, 2021)

NIST Provides Guidance for Using Mobile Device Biometrics to Authenticate First Responders (Biometric Update, June 4, 2021)

Drones in Space: From Mars to the Moons of Saturn (Curiosity Stream, June 4, 2021)

Opportunity Knocks (Armada International, June 4, 2021)

This Top-Level Executive Has Left the Defense Department, but Not the Defense Industry (Federal News Network, June 4, 2021)

At Long Last, NASA Is Going Back to Venus (Popular Mechanics, June 3, 2021)

NASA to Explore Divergent Fate of Earth’s Mysterious Twin with Goddard’s DAVINCI+ (Phys.org, June 3, 2021)

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Is the 1st Spacecraft in Years to Carry Fresh US Plutonium. It Won’t Be the Last (Space.com, June 2, 2021)

Are We Doing Enough to Protect Earth From Asteroids? (Scientific American, June 1, 2021)

Investing in Data Saves Lives (Project Syndicate, June 1, 2021)

A (Small) Pre-Emptive Strike Against the Doomsday Asteroid (Air & Space Magazine, June 2021)

Dragonfly: In Situ Exploration of Saturn’s Moon Titan, an Organic Ocean World (Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, May 26, 2021)

Preparing for the Next Pandemic (Government Executive, May 25, 2021)

Virgin Galactic’s VSS Unity Nails Its First Space Flight in Two Years (Gizmodo, May 23, 2021)

Virgin Galactic Successfully Makes First Human Spaceflight From New Mexico (NASASpaceFlight.com, May 22, 2021)

Artificial Intelligence Is America’s Achilles Heel Against China (Bloomberg, May 20, 2021)

Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Dragonfly (NASA, May 19, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Tackles Electrode to Get Safer Batteries (The Business Monthly, May 18, 2021)

A Longstanding Venus Mystery Has Been Cracked by a NASA Sun Probe (Space.com, May 12, 2021)

COVID-19 and Cyber — Foreshadowing Future Non-Kinetic Hybrid Warfare (Cyber Defense Review, Spring 2021)

Laurel Student Pursues Career in STEM While Inspiring the Next Generation (WJLA, May 11, 2021)

First in Flight: NASA Just Proved Flying on Mars Is Possible — Next Up Is the Solar System (Scientific American, May 8, 2021)

NASA’s Next Alien Helicopter Flight Will Be on One of Saturn’s Moons (The Hill, May 7, 2021)

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx MOMs Help Asteroid Mission Thrive (NASA, May 7, 2021)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Measures Radio Signal in Venus’ Upper Atmosphere (Smithsonian Magazine, May 7, 2021)

Our Picks: A Health Data Ecosystem to Protect Against Public Health Threats (Homeland Security News Wire, May 7, 2021)

A Health-Data Ecosystem to Protect Against Public-Health Threats (Brookings, May 6, 2021)

Dragonfly Drone to Fly on Titan in Follow-up of Ingenuity on Mars (Fierce Electronics, May 4, 2021)

Parker Discovers Natural Radio Emission in Venus’ Atmosphere (Phys.org, May 4, 2021)

Parker Solar Probe Detects a Radio Signal From Venus’ Atmosphere (CNN, May 4, 2021)

Analysts Question Uniqueness of Hypersonic Weapons Capabilities (National Defense, May 3, 2021)

How the Fastest Spaceship Ever Is Getting Terrifyingly Close to the Sun (VICE, May 3, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Organization for Applied Scientific Research to Collaborate on Research, Tech Development (The Business Monthly, May 3, 2021)

This New Space Probe Will Go Farther and Faster Than Any Before, Gather Data for Generations (Popular Science, May 3, 2021)

Skywatch: What’s Happening in the Heavens in May (The Washington Post, May 1, 2021)

The Price of Passion (Aerospace America, May 2021)

Saturn Probe Data Reveal Impressive Depth of Titan’s Largest Sea (Scientific American, May 2021)

The Asteroid Impact Simulation Has Ended in Disaster (Gizmodo, April 30, 2021)

Earthlings vs. Asteroids: What’s the Score? (The Planetary Society, April 29, 2021)

Lofted by NASA Balloons, New Experiments Will Study Sun-Earth System (Technology.org, April 29, 2021)

Inside the Fastest Spaceship Ever Made (VICE, April 28, 2021)

Interstellar Space Probe to Boldly Go Even Further (Cosmos Magazine, April 28, 2021)

Proposed Interstellar Probe Gains Momentum with Johns Hopkins Study (Astronomy Now, April 28, 2021)

NASA’s New ‘Voyager’: 7 Things to Know About the 50-Year ‘Interstellar Probe’ Mission to Burst Our Cosmic Bubble (Forbes, April 27, 2021)

This Interstellar Probe Would Go Deeper Into Space Than Anything Before It (Gizmodo, April 26, 2021)

Defense Industry Group to Host CMMC Training Workshop with Researchers Behind Certification Model (Inside Defense, April 23, 2021)

Researchers at APL Create Strong, Fast, Waterproof Adhesive (The Hub, April 23, 2021)

Researchers Create Strong, Fast, Waterproof Adhesive (Phys.org, April 23, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Launches New Institute Focused on Creating Clean, Renewable Energy Technologies (The Hub, April 22, 2021)

Mysteries of the Kuiper Belt (The Supermassive Podcast, April 22, 2021)

NSWCDD Innovation Lab Empowers Innovators to Test Ideas, Solve Naval Warfare Challenges (NAVSEA, April 21, 2021)

How China Is Leveraging Foreign Technology to Dominate the South China Sea (Radio Free Asia, April 19, 2021)

NASA Glenn Research Center Part of Mission to One of Saturn’s Moons (WKYC-TV, Cleveland, April 19, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Names Lord Senior Fellow (Inside Defense, April 23, 2021)

Former DOD Acquisition Chief Ellen Lord Appointed as Senior Fellow at Johns Hopkins APL (ExecutiveGov, April 21, 2021)

TNO Connects with Johns Hopkins for Collaborative R&D (Bits&Chips, April 21, 2021)

Lift Off! First Flight on Mars Launches New Way to Explore Worlds (Nature, April 19, 2021)

Microcapsule Additive Allows Underwater Glues to Set in One Minute (New Atlas, April 19, 2021)

Pluto Explorer Passes Milestone Distance (WRAL, April 18, 2021)

Four Johns Hopkins Juniors Named Goldwater Scholars (The Hub, April 16, 2021)

Automating Flight Control: DARPA Launches AI-Driven Air Combat Trials (Control Automation, April 15, 2021)

High Tech Home Robots Make Cleaning a Breeze (AARP, April 15, 2021)

NASA’s Pluto Mission Just Hit a Major Milestone (Inverse, April 15, 2021)

Events Roundup: Explore ‘The Role of Data During Apocalyptic Times’ (Technical.ly, April 13, 2021)

MDA Reboots Hypersonic Defense Projects, Seeks Industry Glide Phase Interceptor White Papers (Inside Defense, April 13, 2021)

A Rockin’ Time for Space Missions (APS Physics, April 12, 2021)

Navy Software Factory, The Forge, Want to Reshape How Ships Get Upgraded (USNI News, April 12, 2021)

Explained: How IIT Research May Improve Lithium-Ion Battery Performance (Indian Express, April 10, 2021)

Johns Hopkins University Advances Safety of AI, Autonomous Machines (The Business Monthly, April 6, 2021)

If We’re Seeking Aliens, We Need to Look at Earth Through Their Eyes (SYFY WIRE, April 5, 2021)

NASA Has a Plan to Punch an Asteroid with a Spaceship to Protect Earth (VICE, April 1, 2021)

Tactical Communications Solutions Offer Promise (SIGNAL Magazine, April 1, 2021)

How to Land on an Alien World (Air & Space Magazine, April 2021)

NASA Selects Nine Scientists to Join Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter Mission (NASA.gov, March 30, 2021)

Researchers 3D Print Porous Carbon Aerogels That Could Power Future Space Missions (3D Printing Industry, March 29, 2021)

Making Moves (Defense One, March 26, 2021)

Making Moves: Retired Gen. Goldfein Joins Johns Hopkins APL (POLITICO, March 25, 2021)

Team Finds an Easier Optimal Detection Scheme for Near-Term Quantum Sensors (Phys.org, March 25, 2021)

Amputee Makes Music with Modular Prosthetic Limb (The Hub, March 24, 2021)

Gen. David Goldfein Named Johns Hopkins APL Senior Fellow (GovCon Wire, March 24, 2021)

Making the National Cyber Director Operational with a National Cyber Defense Center (Lawfare Blog, March 24, 2021)

Algorithms Inspired by Social Networks Reveal Lifecycle of Substorms, a Key Element of Space Weather (Phys.org, March 23, 2021)

Hopkins APL Launches Chapter of Association for Computing Machinery (Biz Monthly, March 23, 2021)

How to Spot Aliens? Look at Earth, Scientists Propose (Live Science, March 23, 2021)

AI-Controlled F-16s Are Now Working as a Team in DARPA’s Virtual Dogfights (The Drive, March 22, 2021)

Titan’s Largest Crater Might Be the Perfect Cradle for Life (Science Magazine, March 19, 2021)

Gigantic Space Hurricane with 4,000 Mph Winds Stalled Above Earth, New Research Shows (Houston Chronicle, March 18, 2021)

How Johns Hopkins’ Coronavirus Dashboard Came to Be (CNET, March 16, 2021)

How NASA Plans to Save Earth From Asteroids (VICE, March 16, 2021)

Johns Hopkins APL to Continue Oversight of Lunar Survivability Research Consortium (ExecutiveBiz, March 15, 2021)

Tech Time with Andrew Humphrey: Dr. Ciara Sivels Is a Pioneer in Her Field (Click on Detroit, March 14, 2021)

Going Interstellar with a Sun-Skirting Probe (Johns Hopkins Magazine, Spring 2021 issue)

Meet the Unsung Heroes Behind Humanity’s Improbable Journey to an Alien Ocean (Scientific American, March 9, 2021)

The Growing Importance of Data Science and Anticipatory Action in Humanitarianism (Geoawesomeness, March 8, 2021)

Baltimore’s 47th Annual Advertising Awards Show Celebrates Evolution of Industry (citybizlist, March 7, 2021)

Space News: Comet Makes a Pit Stop Near Jupiter’s Asteroids (Lake County News, March 7, 2021)

Millennial Moment: First Black Woman to Earn a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering From University of Michigan Shows ‘Em How It’s Done (Michigan Chronicle, March 5, 2021)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Snaps Luminous Photo of Venus (Smithsonian Magazine, March 5, 2021)

Five Good Questions: Cara LaPointe (Inside Unmanned Systems, March 4, 2021)

AATI Completes Successful BVLOS UAS Pipeline Patrol Operation in the San Joaquin Valley for NASA (American Aerospace, March 3, 2021)

Perseverance Will Search for Ancient Life on Mars. These Places Are Next (CNN, March 3, 2021)

Referee and Rocket Scientist? Adrian Hill Talks About the Pressure On and Off the Field (WJZ, March 3, 2021)

See How NASA Is Going to Bludgeon an Asteroid (CNET, March 3, 2021)

APL Partners with Central Disease Control to Protect Frontline Health Care Workers (The Business Monthly, March 2, 2021)

Amazon’s Next CEO and Other Tech Execs Issued a Stern Warning That Biden Needs ‘Bold Action’ and a $32 Billion Annual Investment in AI or China Will Leave the US Behind (Business Insider, March 1, 2021)

Parker Solar Probe Captured Images of Venus on Its Way to the Sun (Universe Today, February 28, 2021)

Comet Makes a Pit Stop Near Jupiter’s Asteroids (Hubblesite, February 25, 2021)

America’s Flight III DDG 51 Destroyers Are Giving the Navy New Attack Options (National Interest, February 25, 2021)

NASA Releases Astonishing Image of Venus That Includes ‘Surprising Observation’ (The Independent, February 25, 2021)

Amazing Close-up of Venus Captured by NASA Parker Solar Probe (CNN, February 24, 2021)

Experts Tell Congress How to Turn Innovation into Reality (Breaking Defense, February 23, 2021)

Seven Hundred Leagues Beneath Titan’s Methane Seas (The New York Times, February 21, 2021)

Maryland Scientists and Engineers Play Key Roles in Latest Mars Mission (CBS Baltimore, February 19, 2021)

Drones in Space: Can a Helicopter Take Flight on Mars? (Christian Science Monitor, February 18, 2021)

He Became One of the Navy’s First Black Four-Star Admirals. The Military Has Work to Do on Diversity, He Says (The Washington Post, February 16, 2021)

NEAR Shoemaker’s Visit to the Valentine Asteroid Eros (Astronomy, February 12, 2021)

Interstellar Probe Mission Would Go Twice as Fast and Far as the Voyagers (Astronomy, February 10, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Leads Nation in Research Spending for 41st Consecutive Year (JHU Hub, February 9, 2021)

Milestones, Interrupted (The Lily/The Washington Post, February 9, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center Wins Research!America Award (JHU Hub, February 4, 2021)

CMMC Update: Pilots, 3PAOs and More of What Vendors Need to Know (Federal News Network, February 2, 2021)

MESSENGER Saw a Meteoroid Strike Mercury (Universe Today, February 2, 2021)

The Next Cyberattack Is Already Under Way (The New Yorker, February 1, 2021)

What Can Devs Do to Bring New People into the Tech Space? (Technical.ly, February 1, 2021)

A Sun’s Eye View of the Solar System (Discover Magazine, January 31, 2021)

How Biden’s Pentagon Plans to Win Back Silicon Valley and Get the Tech Talent It Needs, According to Experts (Business Insider, January 31, 2021)

NASA Parker Solar Probe Spacecraft Will Finally Go The Sun to take a Photo of Six Planets (The Science Times, January 31, 2021)

Bridgeport’s Briana Vecchio-Pagan Among Johns Hopkins Researchers Utilizing Bluetooth Technology to Keep Front Line Workers Safe in Face of COVID Pandemic (Connect Bridgeport, January 29, 2021)

NASA’s Dragonfly Mission Will See Clues About Titan’s Habitability (Astrobiology Magazine, January 29, 2021)

Electron Launch Demonstrated Enhanced Kick Stage (SpaceNews, January 28, 2021)

How to Enable Quantum Computing Innovation Through Access (Brookings Institution, January 27, 2021)

Where Next Will NASA Boldly Go? (Slate, January 26, 2021)

2034, Part I: Peril in the South China Sea (WIRED, January 25, 2021)

TED Radio Hour (NPR, January 24, 2021)

Applied Physics Lab Researchers Develop Advanced Soft Robots (JHU Hub, January 22, 2021)

Johns Hopkins Marks One Year of Tracking the COVID-19 Pandemic (JHU Hub, January 22, 2021)

Senate Confirms Avril Haines as First Woman to Serve as Director of National Intelligence (Homeland Security Today, January 21, 2021)

NASA Ends Efforts to Deploy Mars InSight’s ‘Mole’ (Scientific American, January 20, 2021)

NASA Parker Solar Probe Nails Close Flyby of Sun as Its Space Weather Cycle Ramps Up (Space.com, January 19, 2021)

Brain Implants Allow Quadriplegic Man to Feed Himself (The Debrief, January 15, 2021)

The Parker Solar Probe Will Have Company on Its Next Pass by the Sun (Science News, January 15, 2021)

Mercury, the Not So Shrunken Planet (National Air and Space Museum, January 14, 2021)

Spotlight on Success (AIAA, January 13, 2021)

Nextgov Event Replay: Future Focused Tech: Health (FedHealthIT, January 7, 2021)

Defending Earth Against Dangerous Asteroids: Q&A with NASA’s Lindley Johnson (Space.com, January 5, 2021)

There Are an Insane Amount of Cool Space Things Happening in 2021 (Ars Technica, January 5, 2021)

Will Increasing Traffic to the Moon Contaminate Its Precious Ice? (Nature, January 5, 2021)

ChinaTalk: Great Power Competition with Richard Danzig (Lawfare, January 4, 2021)

Earth’s Atmosphere Is Full of Microbes. Could They Help Us Find Life on Other Worlds? (Space.com, January 4, 2021)

Watch a Man Eat Cake with Mind-Controlled Robot Arms (Futurity, January 4, 2021)

Quadriplegic Man, Using Two Robot Arms, Can Feed Himself Again (Freethink, January 2, 2021)

Chinese Mission Returned Nearly 4 Pounds of Lunar Samples (Spaceflight Now, January 1, 2021)