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Watch Nasa’s Mars 2020 ‘movie Trailer’ With Perseverance As The Star

The long-awaited Mars mission is set to launch from Cape Canaveral on July 30
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Parker Solar Probe Gives A Unique Perspective On Comet Neowise

Comet watchers have enjoying the newly-discovered NEOWISE comet since it was first spotted in March 2020. Now that it’s visible with the naked eye, in dark sky conditions, all kinds of Earthly observers are checking the visitor out. But...
Related topics: Space, Comets, Scientific Discoveries

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Spacex Is About To Destroy A Ridiculous Nasa Record

SpaceX is about to use the same booster that sent NASA astronauts to the International Space Station again, this time to send a South Korean satellite into orbit. If the schedule remains on track, the launch will make the Falcon 9 booster the...
Related topics: SpaceX, Space, Astronaut, International Space Station, Satellites

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Rogozin: Russia Is Not Interested In Working With Nasa On Artemis

"Starting the year 2021, the Russian program": Dmitry Rogozin - about when and with whom we will fly to the moon, kp.ru (autotranlsated) "For the United States this is now more of a political project. With the lunar project, we are witnessing the...
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3 Missions To Mars Launch This Month, From Nasa, China, And The United Arab Emirates — here's...

NASA is planning to send its fifth rover to the red planet. China and the UAE have never been to Mars before.
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, Space

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Nasa’s 2024 Moon Mission Is In Serious Trouble

NASA needs a lot of money if it hopes to achieve a crewed mission to the Moon by 2024, but lawmakers aren't giving in. A budget proposal for NASA asked for nearly $5 billion but was cleared for just over $1.5 billion, making a Moon return...
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Designers Help A Rover Navigate The Crushing Furnace Of Venus

Venus is closer to Earth than Mars, but because it’s a hellhole that’s unforgiving to rovers, we still don’t know much about its surface. NASA and JPL recently launched a heroX design contest for mechanical sensors that would help its AREE...
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, Space

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Parker Solar Probe Spies Newly Discovered Comet Neowise

NASA's Parker Solar Probe was at the right place at the right time to capture a unique view of comet NEOWISE on July 5, 2020. Parker Solar Probe's position in space gave the spacecraft an unmatched view of the comet's twin tails when it was...
Related topics: Space, Scientific Discoveries, Comets, Spacecrafts

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New Models Show How Species Will Be Relocated By Climate Change

Scientists at Duke University are harnessing the power of big data and geospatial analysis to create new ways to track the effects of climate change on species and food webs. Their work, which is funded by the National Science Foundation and NASA,...
Related topics: National Science Foundation, Space

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Ad Astra Rocket Ceo Diaz On Leadership, Simulating Rocket Performance, And Developing Space

Dr. Franklin Chang Diaz is a former NASA astronaut looking to develop and commercialize what could equate to the workhorse engine of space transportation.
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Nasa Making Big Upgrades To Their Big Dish Dss43

When it comes to antenna projects, we usually cover little ones here. From copper traces on a circuit board to hand-made units for ham radio. But every once in a while it’s fun to look at the opposite end of the spectrum, and anyone who craves...
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Nasa And Herox Are Looking To Light Up The Moon!

With a prize purse of up to $5 million, NASA and HeroX are looking for ideas on how we could provide sustainable power for astronauts exploring the Moon and Mars! The post NASA and HeroX are Looking to Light Up the Moon! appeared first on Universe...
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Nasa’s Insight Lander Is Still Stuck In The Martian Soil

It needs to dig 3 meters deep, which is proving a challenge
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Nasa Operates A Fleet Of Gulfstream Private Jets Used To Shuttle Astronauts And Conduct Research...

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley arrived for the Falcon 9 launch in style on a Gulfstream that has a long history with the space agency.
Related topics: Space, Space Shuttle, Astronaut

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How To Plan A Space Mission

David Brown reports on a seminar at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where scientists learn what it takes to leave the Earth behind.
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Nasa Has A Pretty Big Checklist For Boeing To Fix On Starliner

Boeing need to fulfill a pretty long checklist in order to get the Starliner ready for flight, but safety is first and foremost! The post NASA has a Pretty Big Checklist for Boeing to Fix on Starliner appeared first on Universe Today.
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We Really, Really Can’t Contaminate Other Planets With Earth Microbes

A pair of new NASA directives tweaks Planetary Protection policies to allow for human exploration of the Moon and Mars Preventing contamination of other worlds is vitally important to making new discoveries and not changing the planets or worlds...
Related topics: Space, Moon, Mars

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Nasa Awards Seti Institute Contract For Planetary Protection Support

NASA has awarded the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, a contract to support all phases of current and future planetary protection missions to ensure compliance with planetary protection standards.
Related topics: Space, SETI

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Nasa’s Curiosity Rover Is On A Road Trip

NASA is sending its Curiosity rover on a journey to a new area of Mount Sharp, the massive peak that sits in the center of the Gale Crater. The journey is short by Earth standards at just over a mile, but it'll be a big accomplishment for the aging...
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Space, Robots

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That’s So Metal. Nasa’s Psyche Mission Is Now Under Construction

In August of 2022, NASA will send a robotic spacecraft to the Main Asteroid Belt to explore a truly unique object: a metal asteroid. This object is known as 16 Psyche, is one of the largest asteroids in the Belt, and is composed almost entirely of...
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