Jessica Meir had revealed her plans about the flag to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Natalie! Jon Hamm! Space sex! Revenge! Diapers!
Pioneer astronaut John Glenn was close with Holocaust survivor Henri Landwirth and eulogized the first Jewish-American woman in space.
NASA’s only identical twin astronauts are planning to serve as guinea pigs for studies investigating the genetic impacts of long-duration spaceflight.
Judith Resnik, who died in the Challenger disaster, would have been 64 this week. Her brainy can-do demeanor meant the world of possibilities for one Jewish girl.
Ten years after the death of Ilan Ramon on the space shuttle Columbia, Israel is ready to train a new astronaut.
A space center that opened in the Arab-Israeli city of Taybeh was not named for the late Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon following opposition from city residents.
Representative Gabrielle Giffords’ husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, is facing a big decision: As Giffords begins a long rehabilitation after being shot in the head earlier this month, should he take the helm of the space shuttle Endeavor when it takes off in April on a two-week mission to the International Space Station, or not?