Since the beginning of the space race, the Energy Department and its National Labs have been supplying the space power systems and instruments that make missions across our solar system, and the discoveries they uncover, possible.
Explore the history of nuclear power systems in U.S. space exploration -- from early satellites to the moon, Mars and beyond.
This week on Energy.gov, join us as we explore science on the cosmic frontier, including powering space travel, exploring planets, and building a star here on Earth.
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As the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit came to a close, energy leaders focus on bringing ideas from the lab to the market.
President Obama’s plan to develop all sources of American energy is helping the U.S. fight climate change, increase energy security and create opportunities for middle class families.
A spirit of entrepreneurship was in the air on day two of the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit.
Knowledge and networking were key themes during the first day of ARPA-E's Energy Innovation Summit. Learn more.
From chemical science to climate change, the Energy Department's Pacific Northwest National Lab is leading the way in science that's changing the way Americans live and work.
Join the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy for a Google+ Hangout celebrating Black History Month.
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