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Independent Report Concludes 2033 Human Mars Mission Is Not Feasible

An independent report concluded that NASA has no chance of sending humans to Mars by 2033, with the earliest such a mission could be flown being the late 2030s.
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Nasa Is Working On A Camera That Could Save Humanity From Extinction

Astronomers tend to be patient people. When it comes to stars, much of what they examine happened millions of years ago, and when it comes to space probes, even pre-launch prep can take a decade or more. But they are getting impatient about...
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Here's How To Share Your 'earth Day' Photos With Nasa

NASA has a new social media campaign to gear up its audience for Earth Day, an annual event to celebrate our planet – and the importance of protecting the environment – on April 22.
Related topics: Science Photos, Space, Social Media

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Nasa Announces Upcoming Iss Crews, Which Won't Fly Commercial

Ever since the space shuttle retired in 2011, NASA has been paying Russia for rides to the International Space Station. They'd hoped that dependency would finally end in 2019. But with its new lineup of flights and launch dates released this week,...
Related topics: Space, International Space Station, Space Shuttle

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Nasa Finally Launched Bees Into Space

Robotic bees, oh god! This is just like that time Homer Simpson brought a bag of chips on a space flight and crashed into an ant farm! Actually it’s not quite that intense – but it’s nearly that entertaining. What we’re...
Related topics: Space, Robots

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Behold, The Very Bizarre Facebook Auto-captions From Nasa Launch

"And we have lift off the guitarist G 11 mission." Huh?  The closed captions on Facebook might need a bit of tweaking after a NASA video displayed some peculiar subtitles. The video in question is the Wednesday launch of Northrop Grumman's...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Space, Science Videos, Northrop Grumman

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Facebook’s Auto-captions For A Recent Launch Video Are Hilariously Bad

Well, at least the bots got the launch countdown right. [credit: NASA/Facebook ] An Antares rocket built by Northrop Grumman launched on...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Science Videos, Space, Northrop Grumman

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Rocket Report: A New Delta 2, Blue Origin Inks With Nasa, A Fiery Falcon Heavy

Enlarge / The Rocket Report is published weekly. (credit: Arianespace) Welcome to Edition 1.45 of the Rocket Report! This week, half of our stories concern the biggest rockets on the planet, from Blue Origin engine tests at Marshall Space Flight...
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Jerrie Cobb, Record-breaking Pilot And Advocate For Female Spaceflight, Has Died

Jerrie Cobb, the first woman to pass all the same preflight tests as NASA's seven Mercury astronauts, has died.
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Nasa Is Building An Inflatable Space Robot Named King Louie

NASA is funding an inflatable robot called King Louie which could travel to the stars in deflated form and then be blown up when and where required. Here is why that's so exciting. The post NASA is building an inflatable space robot named King Louie...
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Things Are Stacking Up For Nasa's Mars 2020 Spacecraft

For the past few months, the clean room floor in High Bay 1 at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, has been covered in parts, components and test equipment for the Mars 2020 spacecraft, scheduled for launch toward the Red...
Related topics: Space, Mars, Spacecrafts

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Breeze Automation Is Building Soft Robots For The Navy And Nasa

San Francisco soft robotics startup Breeze Automation made its debut today onstage at TechCrunch’s TC Sessions: Robotics + AI event at UC Berkeley. Co-founder and CEO Gui Cavalcanti joined us onstage at the event to showcase the contract work the...
Related topics: Robots, Space, Startup

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Tess Just Found Its First Earth-sized World

NASA’s new planet-hunting telescope, TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite), just found its first Earth-sized world. Though the Earth-sized planet, and its hot sub-Neptune companion, were first observed by TESS in January 2019,...
Related topics: Space, Telescopes, Exoplanets, Polls, Satellites, Neptune

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New Iss Astronaut Assignments Mean Christina Koch Will Break A Huge Nasa Record

A few weeks back, NASA had anticipated conducting the first all-female spacewalk with astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClaine on the International Space Station. Unfortunately, due to some last-minute preference changes with McClaine's space...
Related topics: International Space Station, Astronaut, Space

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Nasa Just Sent Robotic ‘bees’ To The International Space Station

Do robots have a place in the future of crewed space missions? NASA thinks so, and it's not the only one. Late last year the ESA launched a robotic assistant known as "CIMON" (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) to the ISS to help astronauts with a...
Related topics: Space, Robots, International Space Station, European Space Agency, Astronaut

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Hubble Celebrates Its 29th Birthday With Unrivaled View Of The Southern Crab Nebula

This incredible image of the hourglass-shaped Southern Crab Nebula was taken to mark the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope's 29th anniversary in space. The nebula, created by a binary star system, is one of the many objects that Hubble has demystified...
Related topics: Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Nebulas, Space, European Space Agency, Anniversaries

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Sofia Detects The First Type Of Molecule Ever Formed In The Universe

NASA has announced an incredible discovery using the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA. It discovered the first type of molecule formed in the universe in space for the first time. SOFIA isn’t a satellite or...
Related topics: Space, Scientific Discoveries, Satellites, Spacecrafts

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Nasa Chooses A Special Spot For Its Next Crewed Moon Landing

Following the U.S. government's announcement last month of a desire to see American astronauts set foot on the moon again in the next five years, NASA has revealed a location on the lunar surface where it would most like to land. The post NASA...
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Nasa And Blue Origin Partner Up For New Rocket Engine Tests - Cnet

Jeff Bezos' rocket company will upgrade a disused NASA testing facility to fire up two new engines.
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Nasa Plans To Send Astronauts To The Moon’s South Pole In Five Years

NASA is moving forward with plans to send a crewed mission to the lunar surface by 2024, a goal that will be impossible to achieve without additional funding and support that the U.S. government has not yet confirmed it is willing to offer....
Related topics: Space, Astronaut, Moon

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