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In the 80s, an Atlanta astronaut performed a Coke vs. Pepsi taste test in space
In the 1980s, the Cold War was still raging—and so were the Cola Wars. Maybe it was inevitable that in the summer of 1985, the Pepsi Challenge would make its way into space aboard the Challenger’s Spacelab 2 mission, piloted by Atlanta native Roy D. Bridges Jr.
5 things to do in Atlanta to celebrate the moon landing’s 50th anniversary
Celebrate the historic moment with a moon-themed pop-up bar, film screenings, activities for kids, and more.
Solar eclipse 101: What to know about watching in Georgia
On August 21, for the first time in nearly a century, a total solar eclipse will cross the United States, sweeping southeast from Oregon to South Carolina. Here, your eclipse watching 101.
Hurry, go see this concept Mars rover while it’s at SunTrust Park
As a part of the Kennedy Space Center's Summer of Mars tour, a concept design for the Mars rover is on display at SunTrust Park this weekend.
Neil deGrasse Tyson: The expanding universe will have “no impact on Atlanta traffic”
Neil deGrasse Tyson may not quite be a household name, but among those interested in modern space exploration, he’s basically Beyoncé. He'll speak at in Atlanta at Cobb Energy Centre on June 15.
Four Georgia science teams share one mission: Getting us to Mars
“It’s an exciting time for all of us who have this interest because we’re getting ready to do space exploration again, for real.”