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NASA’s climate-monitoring space laser is the last to ride to space on a Delta II rocket

This weekend, NASA is launching a new high-tech satellite to monitor the planet’s glacier and sea ice levels — with space lasers, naturally. ICESat-2 will…

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Katherine Johnson’s Birthday: NASA’s Human Computer, Turns 100

By NASA; restored by Adam Cuerden [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Katherine Johnson, a woman who worked with a team of African-American mathematicians to launch…

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NASA Probe Set To ‘Touch The Sun’ Lifts Off

A NASA probe designed to get closer to the Sun that any spacecraft ever has launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at…

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Seventy-Two Percent Of Americans Say It’s ‘Essential’ For US To Be World Space Exploration Leader

Seventy-two percent of U.S. adults say it is “essential” for the U.S. to lead the world in space exploration, according to a Pew Research Center…

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Famed Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Loves The Space Force

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin called President Donald Trump’s Space Force proposal “one giant leap in the right direction” on Friday. Aldrin, the second man to…

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe launches tonight to “touch the sun”

NASA’s ambitious mission to go closer to the Sun than ever before is set to launch in the small hours between Friday and Saturday —…

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NASA puts $44 million towards cryogenics and mid-air spacecraft retrieval

NASA has announced a set of public-private partnerships with several U.S. space companies, totaling an impressive $44 million. Blue Origin, Astrobotic, United Launch Alliance and…

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NASA puts $44 million toward cryogenics and mid-air spacecraft retrieval

NASA has announced a set of public-private partnerships with several U.S. space companies, totaling an impressive $44 million. Blue Origin, Astrobotic Technology, United Launch Alliance and…

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NASA names first astronauts for the inaugural commercial flights to the ISS

NASA has announced the names of the first astronauts who’ll fly to the International Space Station on American-made, commercial spacecraft. The crews will fly to…

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NASA’s Open Source Rover lets you build your own planetary exploration platform

Got some spare time this weekend? Why not build yourself a working rover from plans provided by NASA? The spaceniks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory…

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NASA’s 3D-printed Mars Habitat competition doles out prizes to concept habs

A multi-year NASA contest to design a 3D-printable Mars habitat using on-planet materials has just hit another milestone — and a handful of teams have…

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A robotic astronaut named CIMON is on its way to the ISS

There’s a new astronaut on its way to the International Space Station this morning aboard SpaceX’s most recent resupply launch, and it’s only the size…

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‘Space Force! Space Force!’ — Minnesota Crowd Erupts When President Trump Says We’re ‘Going To Space’

The crowd went wild on Wednesday in Minnesota when President Trump spoke about the impending U.S. return to space. WATCH: “Our beautiful ancestors won two…

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ACTUAL PAPER: How Would Aliens Solve Global Warming?

How would alien civilizations solve a problem like global warming? Sounds like a science fiction novel, but a group of researchers are actually taking the…

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Trump Somehow Blamed For NASA Career Staff Scrapping Global Warming Blog Posts

President Donald Trump has caused “fear and anxiety” that’s allegedly hampering NASA’s global warming communications, according to a report. However, a closer look at The…

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NASA Photog Gets Big Surprise After Camera Meltdown

A NASA photographer was able to salvage a camera’s memory card and watch the final moments before the device was engulfed in flames while filming…

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NASA Satellite Found A 1,300-Mile Cloud Of Pollutants Streaming From Hawaii

Energy   An ash cloud rises above Kilauea Volcano after it erupted, on Hawaii’s Big Island May 3, 2018, in this photo obtained from social…

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Watch SpaceX launch the GRACE-FO and Iridium NEXT satellites here

Today’s the day for SpaceX’s launch of Iridium’s NEXT communications satellites and a pair of twin birds from NASA that will monitor the fresh water…

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