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  • newBlue Origin flies Mannequin Skywalker during successful New Shepard test
    Blue Origin returned to its impressive New Shepard test flight program with a new phase of upgrades on the path towards flying paying customers into suborbit. The latest...No related posts.
    - 1 hour ago 13 Dec 17, 1:49pm -
  • Ariane 5 ES lofts another set of Galileo quadruplets
    An Ariane 5 ES rocket has lofted another four Galileo satellites from the European Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana on Tuesday. The launch – the 11th of the year...Related posts:Ariane 5 ES successfully launches Galileo quadruplets
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 17, 1:13pm -
  • Rocket Lab scrubs second Electron launch
    Rocket Lab scrubbed a second attempt to launch its Electron rocket from the Māhia Peninsula from the North Island of New Zealand’s eastern coast (in the early hours...No related posts.
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 17, 8:57pm -
  • Chinese Long March 3B lofts Alcomsat-1 for Algeria
    China is continuing to pick up its launch cadence via the launch of a new communications satellite for Algeria on Sunday. The Alcomsat-1 satellite was orbited by a...Related posts:Long March 4C apparently fails during Gaofen-10 launch Long March…
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 17, 4:47pm -
  • Protecting SLS from Fire and Ice – TPS foam application proceeding at MAF
    NASA and prime contractor Boeing are deep into the application of spray-on foam insulation (SOFI) to elements of the first Space Launch System (SLS) Core Stage (CS-1) and...No related posts.
    - 5 days ago 8 Dec 17, 6:14pm -
  • “Flawless” OA-8E Cygnus departs ISS for 12 days of free-flight activities
    Following last month’s launch and berthing to the International Space Station, the eighth Cygnus resupply mission to the orbital outpost has departed the ISS for 12 days of...Related posts:Cygnus delays ISS berthing following GPS discrepancy NA…
    - 7 days ago 6 Dec 17, 1:10pm -
  • SLC-40 comes back to life with CRS-13 static fire campaign
    Fifteen months after a static fire accident removed SLC-40 from operation, SpaceX is complete with the rebuild and reactivation of its Cape Canaveral Air Force Station pad.  The...Related posts:Falcon 9 v1.1 conducts Static Fire ahead of CRS-4 la…
    - 7 days ago 6 Dec 17, 11:00am -
  • NASA evaluates EM-2 launch options for Deep Space Gateway PPE
    While NASA engages spacecraft industry help in studying concepts for design, development, test, and evaluation of the Power Propulsion Element (PPE), it is also studying where the anchor...Related posts:Space Industry press forward with exploratio…
    - 9 days ago 4 Dec 17, 7:02pm -
  • Long March 2D lofts latest Yaogan Weixing satellite – named LKW-1
    The Chinese have launched the Yaogan Weixing-31 remote sensing satellite – also known as the Land Surveying Satellite -1 (LKW-1) – via a Long March-2D (Chang Zheng-2D) on...Related posts:Long March 3B launches with Chinasat-2C Long March 3B c…
    - 10 days ago 3 Dec 17, 4:36am -
  • Russia launches Lotos mission via Soyuz 2-1B rocket
    Russia conducted another launch of its Soyuz-2-1b rocket Saturday, carrying a military Lotos signals intelligence satellite to orbit. Saturday’s launch – Russia’s first since a Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M failure earlier...No related posts.
    - 12 days ago 2 Dec 17, 1:36am -

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  • A new chapter
    I wanted to pass along some personal news: I’ve taken a position starting today with SpaceNews, as a senior writer there. I’ll be writing there on a lot about what you’ve seen here and elsewhere: space policy, commercial space, and related topi…
    - 2 Sep 14, 3:24pm -
  • House members seek details on SLS/Orion schedules and spending
    A day after NASA announced that the first SLS may not be ready for launch until as late as November 2018, two key members of the House Science Committee asked NASA for details on both the schedule and funding levels of the SLS and Orion programs. In…
    - 28 Aug 14, 4:28pm -
  • With an SLS slip looming, one senator wants to keep NASA’s budget “on track”
    An announcement Wednesday by NASA that the first launch of the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) heavy-lift rocket could slip by nearly a year has led one key senator to suggest the program needs some budgetary help. NASA announced Wednesday that…
    - 28 Aug 14, 12:18am -
  • Air Force starts search for an RD-180 replacement
    Although the supply of Russian-built RD-180 engines that power the first stage of the Atlas V do not appear to be in the same level of jeopardy as feared earlier this year—United Launch Alliance took delivery of two of those engines last week—the…
    - 26 Aug 14, 4:12pm -
  • House gearing up for CR to last until December
    With no sign of progress on appropriations bills stalled in the Senate, the House is making plans to pass a “clean” continuing resolution that will keep the government running at least into December, a top House member said this week. In an inte…
    - 22 Aug 14, 1:23pm -
  • As China tests ASAT, US pushes multilateral space security efforts
    In a speech at a US Strategic Command symposium last week, a top State Department official made the case again for various multilateral efforts to improve space security, even as China appeared to perform another test of an anti-satellite (ASAT) wea…
    - 21 Aug 14, 2:58pm -
  • Buzz Aldrin endorses candidate in Alaska Senate race
    Republicans in Alaska are going to the polls today to select a candidate to run against incumbent Sen. Mark Begich (D) in the November general election. One of those candidates is hoping that a last-minute endorsement from a famous former astronaut w…
    - 19 Aug 14, 3:21pm -
  • The curious case of a deleted Forbes.com commentary on SpaceX
    SpaceX is no stranger to both strong support and harsh criticism of its activities, particularly in political circles. Last month, for example, three members of the House of Representatives asked NASA for details on an “epidemic of anomalies” the…
    - 19 Aug 14, 2:19pm -
  • Improving SOFIA
    Although a final resolution may not come until late this year, when Congress finally approves a fiscal year 2015 appropriations bill, it appears that NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) program has survived its near-deat…
    - 14 Aug 14, 3:57pm -
  • Orion manager warns he’s “challenged” to make December 2017 launch
    In two separate public appearances last week, the manager of NASA’s Orion spacecraft warned that he is “challenged” to keep Orion on track for the first Space Launch System (SLS) mission in late 2017. Mark Geyer spoke at the Mars Society’s a…
    - 13 Aug 14, 3:13pm -

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  • newAnother Successful Blue Origin Flight
    New Shepard flew again for the seventh time on Dec. 12, 2017, from Blue Origin's West Texas Launch Site....
    - 10 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 4:39am -
  • newDoes New Horizons' Next Target MU69 Have a Moon?
    Scientists were already excited to learn this summer that New Horizons' next flyby target - a Kuiper Belt object a billion miles past Pluto - might be either peanut-shaped or even two objects orbiting one another....
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:12am -
  • newBright Areas on Ceres Suggest Geologic Activity
    If you could fly aboard NASA's Dawn spacecraft, the surface of dwarf planet Ceres would generally look quite dark, but with notable exceptions....
    - 16 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 10:24pm -
  • Telescopes Team Up to Study Galaxy Centaurus A
    Astronomers have used two Australian radio telescopes and several optical telescopes to study complex mechanisms that are fuelling jets of material blasting away from a black hole 55 million times more massive than the Sun....
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 17, 4:52am -
  • The Progress 68 Cargo Droid
    The Progress 68 (68P) cargo craft is pictured docked to the Pirs docking compartment....
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 17, 3:00am -
  • Barnstorming Jupiter's Great Red Spot
    Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter's Great Red Spot in July 2017 indicate that this iconic feature penetrates well below the clouds...
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 17, 2:57am -
  • The Chemical Composition of Mercury
    The chemical composition of a planetary body reflects its starting conditions modified by numerous processes during its formation and geological evolution....
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 17, 5:12pm -
  • Detailed Profile of Our Solar System's Interstellar Intruder 'Oumuamua
    Scientists from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) joined in the recent international effort to observe -- and create a detailed profile of -- the first known large object from interstellar space to pass through our solar s…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 17, 2:16am -
  • Orbital View of Southern California Wildfires From the Space Station
    The southern California wildfires could be seen by the International Space Station crew....
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 17, 9:41pm -
  • The Himalayas Viewed From Orbit
    A portion of the Himalayan mountain range was pictured from the International Space Station as it orbited about 250 miles above the Earth....
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 17, 9:39pm -
  • The Soyuz MS-05 Crew Spacecraft
    The Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft, which launched three Expedition 53 crew members to the International Space Station in July 28, 2017, is pictured docked to the Rassvet module....
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 17, 9:31pm -
  • Growing Red Lettuce In Space
    Red lettuce is pictured being cultivated inside the Veggie facility for the Veg-03 botany experiment....
    - 4 days ago 9 Dec 17, 9:35pm -
  • Tropical Cyclones Dahlia and Three
    Composite image of tropical cyclones Dahlia (NE of Australia) and Three (tip of India) from 06:00 UTC on Thursday, 30 November 2017....
    - 4 days ago 9 Dec 17, 9:17pm -
  • Southern California Wildfires Viewed From Orbit
    Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik aboard the International Space Station took this photo of the California wildfires in the Los Angeles area on Dec. 6, 2017....
    - 4 days ago 9 Dec 17, 9:12pm -
  • This Year at NASA
    2017: A year of groundbreaking discoveries and record-setting exploration at NASA....
    - 4 days ago 9 Dec 17, 5:08pm -

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  • newRussian space agency blames satellite loss on programming error
    Moscow (AFP) Dec 12, 2017 Russia's space agency on Tuesday blamed a failed satellite launch from its new cosmodrome on a programming error, prompting an angry response from the deputy prime minister in charge of space. On November 28 Russia lost…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newLife's building blocks observed in spacelike environment
    College Park, Maryland (SPX) Dec 13, 2017Where do the molecules required for life originate? It may be that small organic molecules first appeared on Earth and were later combined into larger molecules, such as proteins and carbohydrates. But a seco…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newDepartment of Defense seeks to speed up acquisition process
    Washington (UPI) Dec 8, 2017 Senior leaders at the Department of Defense testified on Capitol Hill that they are attempting to reform and speed up an acquisition process that has dogged the agency for years. The Senate Armed Services Committee on…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newNASA Hosts Media Teleconference to Announce Latest Kepler Discovery
    Washington DC (SPX) Dec 13, 2017NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 p.m. EST Thursday, Dec. 14, to announce the latest discovery made by its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope. The discovery was made by researchers using machine lear…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newJuno probes the depths of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
    Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 13, 2017Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter's Great Red Spot in July 2017 indicate that this iconic feature penetrates well below the clouds. Other revelations from the mission include…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newAriane 5 rocket takes off with European GPS satellites
    Kourou (AFP) Dec 12, 2017 An Ariane 5 rocket took off from the Kourou Space Centre in French Guiana on Tuesday, taking with it four satellites for Europe's Galileo navigation project, Arianespace said. The European space workhorse took off at 18…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newDesigning future human space exploration on Hawaii's lava fields
    Moffett Field CA (SPX) Dec 13, 2017On the lava fields of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, a team of NASA researchers and partners have been busy doing science in a most unusual way. They were studying the biology and geology of this remarkable terrain wh…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newNASA Establishes Advisory Group for National Space Council
    Washington DC (SPX) Dec 13, 2017NASA has established a new advisory group on behalf of the National Space Council that will represent the expertise, interests and perspectives of non-federal aerospace organizations to the National Space Council.…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newDoes New Horizons' Next Target Have a Moon?
    Laurel MD (SPX) Dec 13, 2017Scientists were already excited to learn this summer that New Horizons' next flyby target - a Kuiper Belt object a billion miles past Pluto - might be either peanut-shaped or even two objects orbiting one another. Now n…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newAerospace's SeedTECH AI advances to second round of $5M IBM Watson XPRIZE
    El Segundo CA (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 The Aerospace Corporation's (Aerospace) SeedTECH Artificial Intelligence (AI) team is one of 59 teams out of 147 that are advancing to the second round of the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE - a $5 million AI and cognitive co…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newBright Areas on Ceres Suggest Geologic Activity
    Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 13, 2017If you could fly aboard NASA's Dawn spacecraft, the surface of dwarf planet Ceres would generally look quite dark, but with notable exceptions. These exceptions are the hundreds of bright areas that stand out in image…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newNature's toughest substances decoded
    Houston TX (SPX) Dec 08, 2017How a material breaks may be the most important property to consider when designing layered composites that mimic those found in nature. A method by Rice University engineers decodes the interactions between materials…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newEU launches defence pact with submarine drones
    Brussels (AFP) Dec 11, 2017 The EU unveiled on Monday a raft of new joint defence projects including submarine drones and cyber attack rapid response teams as it launched a landmark pact on boosting military cooperation. Twenty-five countries - a…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newOSIRIS-REx cruising towards rendezvous with Asteroid Bennu
    Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 13, 2017OSIRIS-REx is continuing outbound cruise operations, en route to arrival in August of 2018 at the asteroid Bennu. The spacecraft is currently 29.6 million miles (47.6 million kilometers) from Earth and is executing a…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -
  • newResearchers analyze thousands of hours of Apollo mission audio
    Dallas TX (SPX) Dec 13, 2017NASA recorded thousands of hours of audio from the Apollo lunar missions, yet most of us have only been able to hear the highlights. The agency recorded all communications between the astronauts, mission control spe…
    - 12 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:02am -

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  • CBS News Space Page is Moving!
    By WILLIAM HARWOODCBS NewsEDITOR’S NOTE: We are in the process of moving stories on this page to the CBS News Sci-Tech page. This site will be taken down in the next few weeks. We appreciate your patience!
    - 30 Jul 15, 3:32am -
  • Cause of Russian Progress failure still TBD
    Four weeks after a Progress space station supply ship spun out of control in a launch mishap, Russian engineers have not yet revealed what might have gone wrong, casting a cloud of uncertainty over downstream flights of unpiloted cargo ships as well…
    - 28 May 15, 2:51am -
  • NASA selects instruments for Europa mission
    Taking a major step toward an eventual robotic mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa, NASA has selected nine sophisticated instruments for a solar-powered spacecraft designed to find out whether the hidden realm could support life of some sort, agency o…
    - 26 May 15, 8:45pm -
  • SpaceX cargo ship returns to Earth
    A SpaceX cargo capsule loaded with 3,100 pounds of research samples, no-longer-needed equipment and trash returned to Earth Thursday after a month-long stay at the International Space Station.
    - 21 May 15, 6:25pm -
  • X-37B spaceplane launched on secret mission
    A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket thundered away from Cape Canaveral Wednesday, boosting an unpiloted military spaceplane into orbit for a secret mission.
    - 21 May 15, 2:13am -
  • Air Force set to launch spaceplane on mostly secret mission
    An Air Force X-37B spaceplane, a mini shuttle making the program's fourth flight, is poised for launch Wednesday on a mostly classified mission featuring an unusual hitchhiker: a small publicly-funded satellite built to test the feasibility of using…
    - 19 May 15, 5:35pm -
  • Brightman steps down from station flight
    Soprano and would-be space tourist Sarah Brightman, who was in training for a flight to the International Space Station this fall aboard a Russian Soyuz ferry craft, will not be chasing her dream aloft after all, the singer's website and Facebook pag…
    - 13 May 15, 7:45pm -
  • Russia delays upcoming ISS flights in wake of Progress failure
    Russia is delaying the return to Earth of three space station crew members by about a month in the wake of the April 18 failure of a Russian Progress supply ship. Launch of three fresh crew members also will be delayed, from May 26 to late July.
    - 12 May 15, 8:33pm -
  • SpaceX stages emergency escape system test
    Simulating a launch pad emergency, an unmanned SpaceX Dragon capsule was blasted away from Cape Canaveral Wednesday, shooting to an altitude of several thousand feet before arcing over for an offshore splashdown in a dramatic emergency escape system…
    - 6 May 15, 2:15pm -
  • SpaceX gears up for pad abort test
    SpaceX is readying an unmanned Dragon capsule for a simulated launch pad abort Wednesday, a short, high-speed flight to demonstrate an innovative rocket-powered escape system designed to quickly pull a crew to safety in the event of an impending boos…
    - 5 May 15, 4:24pm -
  • Messenger probe, out of gas, crashes into Mercury
    NASA's hardy Messenger spacecraft, out of fuel at the end of a remarkably successful 11-year mission, ended its life with a bang Thursday, smashing into the hellish surface of Mercury at some 8,750 miles per hour and blasting out a new crater in the…
    - 30 Apr 15, 9:01pm -
  • Blue Origin launches sub-orbital New Shepard test flight
    Blue Origin, a rocket engine and spacecraft development company owned by Amazon-founder Jeff Bezos, carried out an unpiloted maiden test flight of the company's New Shepard sub-orbital launch vehicle Wednesday, the company revealed early Thursday.
    - 30 Apr 15, 7:19am -
  • New Horizons detects possible polar cap on Pluto
    New photos and animations of Pluto and its large moon Charon taken by the fast-approaching New Horizons probe are revealing distinct surface features for the first time, including a bright area that could be a snowy polar cap, mission managers said W…
    - 29 Apr 15, 9:30pm -
  • Russian abandon efforts to salvage wayward cargo ship
    Russian flight controllers have given up attempting to salvage a Progress cargo ship loaded with 3 tons of supplies and equipment intended for the International Space Station. Instead, the spacecraft likely will re-enter the atmosphere and burn up wi…
    - 29 Apr 15, 4:04pm -
  • Progress cargo ship spins out of control after launch
    A Russian Progress supply ship loaded with more than 3 tons of supplies and equipment bound for the International Space Station apparently spun out of control shortly after reaching orbit Tuesday, putting the resupply mission in jeopardy.
    - 28 Apr 15, 2:34pm -

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  • Trump to Sign Space Policy Directive Tomorrow – UPDATE
    President Trump will sign Space Policy Directive 1 at 3:00 pm tomorrow (Monday, December 11) at a White House ceremony.  The directive apparently will make a human return to the lunar surface part of U.S. space policy. That will override the Obama A…
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 17, 4:04am -
  • What’s Happening in Space Policy December 11-15, 2017 – UPDATE 2
    Here is our list of space policy events for the week of December 11-15, 2017 and any insight we can offer about them.  The House and Senate will be in session.  [UPDATED to confirm White House event Monday, December 11, at 3:00 pm ET, and add YouTu…
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 17, 7:58pm -
  • Today’s Tidbits: December 8, 2017
    Here are our tidbits for December 8, 2017:  SpaceX’s upgrade of SLC-40;  Apollo 1 Memorial in final NDAA; 45th anniversary of the Blue Marble photo.  Be sure to check our website for feature stories and follow us on Twitter for more news and…
    - 4 days ago 9 Dec 17, 4:25am -
  • Today’s Tidbits: December 7, 2017
    Here are our tidbits for December 7, 2017:  government shutdown averted for now; a new space race — between Boeing and SpaceX; today’s anniversary of the last Apollo mission to the Moon.  Be sure to check our website for feature stories and f…
    - 5 days ago 8 Dec 17, 4:31am -
  • Zurbuchen Will Initiate Independent Review of JWST Schedule
    Thomas Zurbuchen, the head of science at NASA, told a congressional committee today that he will initiate an independent review of the status of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) in January.  JWST’s schedule recently slipped from October 2018…
    - 6 days ago 7 Dec 17, 4:11am -

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  • newPraise for Space Policy Directive 1
    Praise is pouring in for Space Policy Directive 1, the Trump Administration’s document that focuses the nation’s civilian space program on returning astronauts to
    - 4 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 11:00am -
  • newAriane 5 Orbits Four Galileo Satellites
    KOUROU, French Guiana (Arianespace PR) — Arianespace has successfully launched satellites 19, 20, 21 and 22 in the Galileo constellation, using an Ariane 5
    - 6 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 8:28am -
  • newVideo of Blue Origin New Shepard Flight
    Video Caption: New Shepard flew again for the seventh time on Dec. 12, 2017, from Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site. Known as Mission
    - 10 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 5:15am -
  • newRocket Lab, SpaceX Reschedule Launches
    Rocket Lab has rescheduled its launch of its Electron rocket for Thursday. The launch window opens at 0130 UMT (8:30 p.m. EST Wednesday). The
    - 11 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 3:25am -
  • newNASA Establishes Advisory Group for National Space Council
    WASHINGTON, DC (NASA PR) — NASA has established a new advisory group on behalf of the National Space Council that will represent the expertise,
    - 21 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 6:11pm -

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Hubble's Celestial Snow Globe
Hubble's Celestial Snow Globe
- 21 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 6:00pm -
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Early Science Observations Revealed
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Early Science Observations Revealed
- 30 days ago 13 Nov 17, 3:00pm -
Hubble Movie Shows Movement of Light Echo Around Exploded Star
Hubble Movie Shows Movement of Light Echo Around Exploded Star
- 34 days ago 9 Nov 17, 6:00pm -
Hubble Sees Nearby Asteroids Photobombing Distant Galaxies
Hubble Sees Nearby Asteroids Photobombing Distant Galaxies
- 41 days ago 2 Nov 17, 5:00pm -
Hubble Observes Exoplanet that Snows Sunscreen
Hubble Observes Exoplanet that Snows Sunscreen
- 48 days ago 26 Oct 17, 5:00pm -
NASA Missions Catch First Light From a Gravitational-Wave Event
NASA Missions Catch First Light From a Gravitational-Wave Event
- 58 days ago 16 Oct 17, 2:00pm -

Google Space News

  • newTrump's sinister plan for NASA - Salon
    ABC2 NewsTrump's sinister plan for NASASalonThe other story was yesterday's big reveal from President Trump that he wanted to refocus NASA's budget to “reach for the moon,” and, ultimately, Mars. The press release stated that the United Stat…
    - 15 hours ago 13 Dec 17, 12:01am -
  • newNasa's New Horizons probe strikes distant gold - BBC News - BBC News
    BBC NewsNasa's New Horizons probe strikes distant gold - BBC NewsBBC NewsThe American space agency's New Horizons mission has struck gold again. After its astonishing flyby of Pluto in 2015, scientists have just discovered that the probe's next…
    - 16 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 11:11pm -
  • newNASA video flies you through Jupiter's Great Red Spot - CNET
    CNETNASA video flies you through Jupiter's Great Red SpotCNETNASA's Juno spacecraft is currently traipsing around Jupiter, but it has no plans to pull a Cassini and dive into the planet's massive Great Red Spot storm. For that, we need to turn t…
    - 21 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 6:10pm -
  • newNASA Is Hosting a Conference to Detail a Major Alien Planet Discovery - Futurism
    FuturismNASA Is Hosting a Conference to Detail a Major Alien Planet DiscoveryFuturismNASA has announced a media teleconference set to take place at 1 p.m. EST on Thursday, December 14. The agency says the purpose of the event, which will stream…
    - 22 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 5:04pm -
  • newWhy This Explosive, Mars-Like Volcanic Island Fascinates NASA - Live Science
    Live ScienceWhy This Explosive, Mars-Like Volcanic Island Fascinates NASALive ScienceA baby island burst out of the South Pacific Ocean three years ago during a volcanic explosion in the Polynesian kingdom of Tonga, and now NASA scientists think…
    - 22 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 4:34pm -
  • newTrump directs NASA to return to the moon before aiming at Mars - NBCNews.com
    NBCNews.comTrump directs NASA to return to the moon before aiming at MarsNBCNews.comPresident Donald Trump signed his administration's first space policy directive yesterday (Dec. 11), which formally directs NASA to focus on returning humans to…
    - 23 hours ago 12 Dec 17, 3:43pm -

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NASA Hosts Media Teleconference to Announce Latest Kepler Discovery
NASA Hosts Media Teleconference to Announce Latest Kepler Discovery
- 5 days ago 8 Dec 17, 6:30pm -
Kepler’s Gaze Shifts Toward New Targets — Supernovae, the ‘Beehive Cluster’ and Earth
Kepler’s Gaze Shifts Toward New Targets — Supernovae, the ‘Beehive Cluster’ and Earth
- 6 days ago 7 Dec 17, 1:00pm -
The Scientific Quest to Explain Kepler’s Most Enigmatic Find
The Scientific Quest to Explain Kepler’s Most Enigmatic Find
- 70 days ago 4 Oct 17, 7:32pm -
What Does Kepler Have Its Eye On?
What Does Kepler Have Its Eye On?
- 31 Aug 17, 3:31pm -
Scientists Improve Brown Dwarf Weather Forecasts
Scientists Improve Brown Dwarf Weather Forecasts
- 17 Aug 17, 5:36pm -
An Eclipse by Any Other Name: Doing Science with Transits and Occultations
An Eclipse by Any Other Name: Doing Science with Transits and Occultations
- 17 Aug 17, 1:48pm -

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