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  • newBuzz Aldrin explains why he's a no-show at Apollo gala - Florida Today
    Florida TodayBuzz Aldrin explains why he's a no-show at Apollo galaFlorida TodayMy current initiatives including the Human SpaceFlight Institute (HSI) at Houston, TX will evolve my innovative developments to human spaceflight. These ideas, toget…
    - 11 hours ago 22 Jul 18, 12:43am -
  • UAE and NASA collaborate on human spaceflight project - RS-NEWS
    UAE and NASA collaborate on human spaceflight projectRS-NEWSThe UAE is the most recent nation to sign an agreement with NASA to collaborate on human spaceflight. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted about the joint letter of intent today,…
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  • NASA and the UAE will team up for human spaceflight - Engadget
    EngadgetNASA and the UAE will team up for human spaceflightEngadgetThe UAE is the latest country to sign a deal with NASA to cooperate on human spaceflight. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted about the joint letter of intent today, which…
    - 1 day ago 21 Jul 18, 12:32am -
  • One Giant Leap: How the moon landing briefly united the world - CBS19.tv KYTX
    CBS19.tv KYTXOne Giant Leap: How the moon landing briefly united the worldCBS19.tv KYTXBut Dr. Lieberman, like many others who remember that awe-inspiring feeling on July 20, is left to wonder what is next for manned space flight and where would…
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  • Want to Name the Next European Mars Rover? Here's Your Chance - Fortune
    FortuneWant to Name the Next European Mars Rover? Here's Your ChanceFortuneDr. David Parker, the director of human spaceflight and robotics at the European Space Agency, added that the ESA usually names their missions after famous scientists, bu…
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  • Is the moon toxic to humans? | Human World | EarthSky - EarthSky
    EarthSkyIs the moon toxic to humans? | Human World | EarthSkyEarthSkyWhen the Apollo astronauts returned from the moon, the dust that clung to their spacesuits made their throats sore and their eyes water. Lunar dust is made of ...Boeing faces…
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  • OUR FINAL FRONTIER - Informante
    OUR FINAL FRONTIERInformantelast manned spaceflight beyond Low-Earth Orbit. And in 2011, the United States retired its Space Shuttle program, losing manned spaceflight capability. Currently, only the Russian Federation and the People's Republic…
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  • China Dreams of Extraterrestrial Tourism as the Country's Private Space Race Takes Off - RADII
    RADIIChina Dreams of Extraterrestrial Tourism as the Country's Private Space Race Takes OffRADIIChina's moves in space exploration have been dominated by the State since the launch of the country's first manned space flight in 2003, but in recen…
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 18, 9:09am -
  • Blue Origin launches again, as it gets closer to its first human space flight - Washington Post
    Washington PostBlue Origin launches again, as it gets closer to its first human space flightWashington PostBlue Origin completed the ninth flight of its New Shepard rocket Wednesday, wrapping up another test of the vehicle's escape system as the…
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  • newBoeing Starliner Problems During Pad Abort Test
    Boeing suffers a setback with Starliner's pad abort test, Ars Technica "The company said it conducted a hot-fire test of the launch-abort engines on an integrated service module at the White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico in June. The...
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  • Odd Hearings Ahead On Webb Space Telescope Problems
    Keith's note: Next week there will be an unusual pair of hearings - same committee, same topic, but a different witness lineup. Have a look: Panel 1 - Wednesday July 25, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Hon. Jim Bridenstine, administrator,...
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  • Lunar Gateway: China Has Other Ideas
    Chinese space official seems unimpressed with NASA's lunar gateway, Ars Technica "Another slide from [CNSA's Pei Zhaoyu] offered some thoughts on the gateway concept, which NASA intends to build out during the 2020s, delaying a human landing on the M…
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 18, 11:39pm -
  • Big Announcement at KSC With Pence?
    Mike Pence will visit Cape Canaveral next month for a big space update, Orlando Weekly "Vice President Mike Pence will visit NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral next month to announce the first astronaut crews under NASA's Commercial Crew..…
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 18, 11:37pm -
  • NASA Might Launch From The UK
    UK spaceports: NASA could launch satellites from new bases, Sky News "Jim Bridenstine, who was appointed as NASA's administrator by US president Donald Trump earlier this year, said the UK government's plans for new spaceports open new opportunities.…
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 18, 10:48pm -
  • Blue Origin Makes Space Travel Seem Routine
    Keith's note: Flawless 9th flight for BlueOrigin. If only airlines operated like this. Watch a replay. Flawless 9th flight for @BlueOrigin. If only airlines operated like this. #blueorigin #NewShepard pic.twitter.com/t0e73wpNXx— NASA Watch (@NA…
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 18, 3:15pm -
  • More Flying Rich People Will Soon Fly Into Space. Yawn.
    Exciting that companies will soon put customers into space. But when ticket prices exceed the average cost of a 4 year college education or a family's house only rich people are going to be buying tickets. What about the...
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 18, 1:41pm -
  • Northrop Grumman's Webb Space Telescope Charm Offensive
    Keith's note: Northrop Grumman has a big Webb Space Telescope Charm offense underway. Their ads are everywhere. First they took out that huge $200,000 full page ad in the Washington Post. Now they have a companion website using this...
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 18, 3:29am -
  • More Turmoil At The Space Foundation
    Update from @SpaceFoundation Long time (12+ year) employee Brendan Curry is out as VP of DC operations. Sources report that former @NASA PAO AA @JenRaeWang (Trump appointee) is his replacement. Stay tuned. #MoreDrama— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) Ju…
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  • Some Tweets Just Beg To Be Answered
    Yea but @NASA won't be using this reusable Ar-22 engine. @DARPA will use it on Phantom Express. Alas, #NASA spent a billion dollars to make a reusable Shuttle engine disposable. Go figure. https://t.co/0jLszKW7HG— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) Ju…
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  • When Big Aerospace Funds Its Own Outside Sources
    The Air Force's $10000 toilet cover, Washington Post "Loren Thompson, a defense consultant who works for the Lexington Institute, a think tank that gets funding from defense contractors, said he is worried the military will be unable to buy next-gene…
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  • Brad Smith
    Planetary Exploration Newsletter: "Brad Smith was a pioneer in the exploration of the solar system. He participated in a number of US and international space missions, including Mars Mariners 6 and 7, the Mars Viking mission, the Soviet Vega mission.…
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  • Israel Is Not Done With Space Yet
    Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon tragically died on the Columbia Space Shuttle. His widow, Rona, honored his memory by creating a foundation that is inspiring and educating young adults and students across Israel. It was such an honor to meet this...
    - 8 days ago 14 Jul 18, 4:34pm -
  • NASA and Israel Reaffirm Cooperation in Space
    Today, I signed a Joint Statement with @ILSpaceAgency director reaffirming @NASA's strong interest in strengthening cooperation between our two space agencies. With the support of international partners like Israel, we can achieve great things for hu…
    - 9 days ago 13 Jul 18, 4:08pm -
  • NASA Deputy Administrator Nominee Is James Morhard
    From NASA PAO: "The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Thursday's announcement of the intended nomination by President Donald Trump of James Morhard to serve as the agency's deputy administrator: "Today the President…
    - 10 days ago 12 Jul 18, 9:18pm -

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NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day

Planck Maps the Microwave Background
Planck Maps the Microwave Background
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Apollo 11 Landing Site Panorama
Apollo 11 Landing Site Panorama
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The Teapot and the Milky Way
The Teapot and the Milky Way
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Cerealia Facula
Cerealia Facula
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Dark Slope Streaks Split on Mars
Dark Slope Streaks Split on Mars
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Moon and Venus over Cannon Beach
Moon and Venus over Cannon Beach
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