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NASA’s Last Mission To The Moon Apollo 17 Celebrates 50 Years

Apollo 17 was the last crewed mission to the Moon, and the Kennedy Space Center is hosting a memorial celebration in honor of its 50th anniversary.

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What Goals Does NASA’s Artemis I Hope To Accomplish?

NASA has set the date for the unmanned Artemis I launch to test and prepare the spacecraft and mission control for future manned missions.

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9 Differences Between The Hubble and James Webb Telescopes

With NASA's first images from the James Webb telescope, it's evident that the Hubble and James Webb telescopes have some key differences.

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Where Is NASA’s New Horizons Mission Now & What’s Next

The New Horizons probe by NASA is continuing its mission to make scientific studies beyond Pluto and the Kuiper Belt into the outer heliosphere.

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How Does A Star Run Away? A Closer Look At Zeta Ophiuchi

Scientists use NASA data to examine Zeta Ophiuchi, a runaway star more powerful than the Sun, solving some mysteries while uncovering new ones.

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The Delayed Psyche Mission, Space Loot, And The Future Of Space Mining

NASA’s mission to M-class asteroid 16 Psyche is delayed again and under review, putting the quintillion-dollar space mining industry on hold.

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Check Out James Webb Space Telescope's Dazzling Cartwheel Galaxy Image

A new image from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope reveals the rare Cartwheel Galaxy in unprecedented detail and offers answers about its past.

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NASA Authorization Bill: What It Means For The Moon, Mars, And Beyond

For the first time in five years, a NASA authorization has been passed by Congress, letting NASA continue operations on the ISS and exploration goals.

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What Happens When NASA's Voyager I And II Run Out Of Fuel?

NASA's Voyager probes will continue their legacy in space despite running out of power and fuel, and are NASA's longest-lasting mission.

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Lunar Pits May Be Suitable For Human Settlement On The Moon

NASA scientists have discovered temperate pits on the surface of the Moon, fueling hopes that networks of lunar caves could enable human settlement.

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Kitt Peak Wildfire Scare Highlights Growing Threat To Space Research

Researchers return to Kitt Peak National Observatory to assess wildfire damage, highlighting growing environmental threats to space research.

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Artemis 1: Mission Launch Date And What Happens Before Then

Artemis I mission has a launch date after a successful Wet Dress Rehearsal test. Now NASA teams are preparing all systems ahead of launch.

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What Happens To The ISS After Russia's Planned Exit?

Russia’s threats to withdraw from the ISS before 2030 have complicated NASA’s plans, raising questions about the future of the space station.

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Skyrim's Skill Trees Appear In NASA's Space Pictures Thanks To Bethesda

Bethesda has altered one of the recently taken images by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, adding Skyrim's recognizable skill trees to it.

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NASA's First Webb Telescope Images Are Breathtaking — See For Yourself

The earliest images captured by the James Web Space Telescope offer a closer look at cosmic entities in unprecedented detail for the first time.

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Take A Very Good Look At Jupiter And Its Rings, Thanks To James Webb

Before the James Webb Space Telescope ventured deep into space to unravel mysteries of the universe, it captured a few stunning pictures of Jupiter.

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NASA's James Webb Telescope Survives Being Hit By Micrometeoroid

NASA's James Webb Telescope has been hit by a tiny rock fragment called a 'micrometeoroid.' However, it remains capable of carrying out its mission.

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This Super-Hot Super-Earth Planet NASA Is Studying Rains Lava

The James Webb Space Telescope will help scientists uncover the mysteries of an infernal exoplanet called 55 Cancri e that likely rains down lava.

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NASA's Old Voyager 1 Probe Is Sending Back Unexplainable Signals

Voyager 1 has been exploring the outer part of the Solar System since the 1970s. It's now sending back bizarre signals that have NASA stumped.

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Did NASA's Mars Rover Really Find A Doorway On The Red Planet?

While exploring Mars for ancient life, NASA's Curiosity rover found something interesting: a rock formation that looks just like an alien doorway.

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This Spiral Galaxy Has A Black Hole That Dwarfs Our Sun

This is galaxy M91. Found 55 million light-years from Earth, it has a giant black hole at its center that's millions of times larger than the Sun.

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Hubble Spies On A Snake-Like Galaxy Slithering Through Space

Hubble's found galaxies that look like spaceships, chamaeleons, and more. NASA's latest Hubble photo now shows a galaxy mimicking a snake.

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This Perseverance Photo Of A Mars Hill Is So Perfect You'll Swear It's Fake

Perseverance is currently on its way to Mars' ancient river delta. During the journey, it stopped to look at this lone, perfect hill on the planet.

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NASA’s Mission To Mars Turns Focus To Living Quarters

NASA set a priority on Mars and will begin working on getting humans to the Red Planet. Their main focus will be living quarters for the long journey.

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NASA Wet Dress Rehearsal: How To Watch The SLS Test (And Why It's Important)

NASA's conducting a wet dress rehearsal today for its Artemis I mission and SLS rocket system. But what does any of that actually mean?

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NASA’s New SPHEREx Could Unlock The Mysteries Of The Universe

NASA's new telescope is out to answer the big questions and has the technology to do it. SPHEREx will focus on the Big Bang, galaxies and water.

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How To Watch NASA's Record-Breaking Astronaut Return To Earth

After spending over 300 consecutive days in space, U.S. astronaut Mark Vande Hei is coming back to Earth. Here's how to watch his historic return.

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NASA’s SLS Moon Rocket Fuel Test Failed

NASA discovered a liquid hydrogen leak during the wet dress rehearsal of the Space Launch System rocket. The agency is pausing the test for repairs.

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