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    Young Costa Rican Scientist Is Part of the NASA Remote Team Working in the...

    From his In-laws' home in Palmares, Alajuela, a Costa Rican scientist was part of the NASA team...

    Fortunately, Antarctica is Increasing its Ice Level Faster than it is Losing

    Much is said about the effect that climate change has been having on our planet and its...

    Costa Rica Steps Up Educational Programs for the Prevention of Forest Fires

    All over Costa Rica, both the Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE) and the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) continue to...

    50 Years ago, Humanity Took a Giant Leap

    Curiosity is one essential trait of the human mind. It is the instinctive urge to know more; to see what is beyond, to explore....

    With Engineers and Satellites Grows Aerospace Industry in Costa Rica

    The presence of Costa Rican engineers at NASA, the launch of the 1st satellite with the national flag and the creation of a specialized...
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    Santa Ana Elementary School Students and NASA´s Voyager Mission Team Up

    Teacher and co-author of the book To The Stars: Costa Rica in NASA recently returned from a visit to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)...

    NASA Discovers Rectangle-Shaped Iceberg in Antarctica

    Scientists found an impressive piece of ice, with edges perfectly cut at right angles, in Antarctica, the continent located to the south of the...

    Costa Rica’s Plasma Engine to Space Being Built

    The plasma engine of former Costa Rican astronaut Franklin Chang Díaz is close to knowing the design of the vehicle that will take him...

    Canadian Space Agency Signs US$ 1.5 Million R&D Agreement Boosting Ad Astra Rocket Company’s...

    A US$ 1.5 million funding agreement has been signed between Aethera Technologies Limited of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for...

    Rainy Season in Costa Rica

    The amount of rain that will fall on Costa Rica being this country in the tropical regions of the planet have been underestimated according...

    Humberto Fernández-Morán: A Memorable Latin American Scientist and Citizen of the World

    Humberto Avelino Fernández-Morán Villalobos was a Latin American scientist born on February 18th, 1924, in Maracaibo, Venezuela. He was the son of Mr. Luis...
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    Hydrogen-powered Buses in Liberia, The Future is Just Three Months Away

    Carbon-based fuels, there's nothing more harmful to our planet than that. Carbon energy comes from a time when people didn't think that the earth...
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    Germany Is Almost Ready to Launch the First Zero-Emission Train

    Another first in the field of alternative energies! Germany is getting ready to introduce the very first zero-emission train for passenger transport in the...

    Costa Rica got its first own space mission: Project Irazú

    What is Project Irazú? Project Irazú is a common project of the Central American Association for Aeronautics and Space (ACAE), and developed in conjunction with...

    The Dawn Project Inspires Costa Rican Children

    NASA scientists Kristina Larson and Jose Wise were kind enough to answer the questions of a few young Costa Rican dreamers. Anyone can be amazed...

    Mars: a new horizon

    The news of water on Mars has spurred renewed interest in the red planet. Learn why Costa Rica in particular should be listening. The red...

    Tico Astronaut, Franklin Chang, Answers Questions about New Book

    In a recent Q&A, Chang tells fans about the “American Dream” and how to achieve such success in Costa Rica. As one of the first...
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