It’s millions and millions of years.
Long-term survival of space colonies will depend on the ability to make new generations.
Even on Earth, this machine could ignite a revolution in medicine.
A planet’s vegetation could impact how we colonize it.
We're one giant disaster away from the end of our species.
Our future home could be in the solar system next door.
When SpaceX and Blue Origin duke it out, humanity wins.
“The Martian" was right — it is possible.
The survival of our species could depend on it.
Space exploration has come a long way since the first primitive satellites—we’ve visited all the canonical planets, and laid the groundwork for the next stage of discovery and colonization. A new, more lasting space race is about to begin. Here’s the second part of our 100-year forecast of future space exploration.
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