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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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Elon Musk Wants To Turn CO2 Into Rocket Fuel, Here’s How It Would Work

Elon Musk wants to capture carbon out of the atmosphere and turn it into rocket fuel to help fight climate change and enable future Mars 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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Earth Is Spinning So Fast That It Could Create A Problem For Time

The Earth recently rotated faster than it ever has before, more than once. These shorter days could complicate technology systems worldwide.

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Space Force To Use Rings And Bracelets To Track Health Of Guardians

Starting in 2023, Space Force Guardians will ditch the annual fitness test by adopting a system of continuous fitness tracking using wearable devices.

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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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Balloons Might Soon Detect Earthquakes On Earth, Venus, And Beyond

A new experiment, following a successful test on Earth, proposes that high-altitude balloons can unlock the mystery of Venus' surface and atmosphere.

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How Polaris Dawn Is Continuing The Positive Work Started By Inspiration4

Polaris Dawn continues the tradition of fundraising for childhood cancer while seeking to expand the research and development of space technology.

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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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Chinese Rocket Set To Crash Down This Weekend, And Nobody Knows Where

A Chinese rogue rocket booster is expected to crash somewhere on Earth on Saturday. Although when is predicted, the where is much harder to do.

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Polaris Dawn Crew Will Be First To Test Starlink In Space

The Polaris Dawn mission will be the first to test Starlink internet in space to see how well the laser-based satellites perform above Earth.

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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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How To Watch This Year's Perseid Meteor Shower (And Avoid The Full Moon)

The Perseid Meteor Shower will peak alongside the Sturgeon Supermoon, but two other meteor showers will make the earlier show worth watching.

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Jupiter Might Be Eating Other Planets And That's Why It's So Big

Jupiter may have munched on nearby planetesimals during its early formation, which explains the high concentration of heavy elements in its shell.

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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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The Sun's Solar Flares May Be A Giant Illusion And This Study Explains Why

Scientists cross-checked solar loops with laws of physics and concluded that not all of them are real. Some are just illusions, projections of light.

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