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Watch: President Trump Calls Nasa Astronauts In Space On First All-female Spacewalk

President Trump called two NASA astronauts to congratulate them after they completed the first all-female spacewalk in history. WATCH the conversation here: The post WATCH: President Trump Calls NASA Astronauts In Space On First All-Female...
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Nasa Lucy Mission Completed Its Critical Design Review

NASA has announced that its Lucy mission has passed a critical milestone in its march to launch. The Critical Design Review was completed on October 18th. During that review, the Lucy team members presented the completed mission design,...
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Elon Musk Sends A Tweet Through Spacex's Starlink Broadband Satellite - Cnet

The CEO expressed surprise at his own success.
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Nasa's Biggest Telescope Ever Prepares For A 2021 Launch

Once the $10 billion Webb Telescope is blasted into orbit, it will seek out water on Earth-like planets, stars being born, and more elusive interstellar quarry.
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Spt-cl J2106-5844 Is The Most Massive High-redshift Galaxy Cluster, Study Finds

Using data from the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), astronomers have conducted a detailed high-resolution study of a massive galaxy cluster known as SPT-CL J2106-5844. The research, presented in a paper published October 10 on arXiv.org, delivers...
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Lonely Planet: 10 Destinations With The Best Value In 2020

As part of its best travel destinations for 2020, Lonely Planet named the 10 places with the best value, from Buffalo to Zanzibar.       

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Arctic Station Perfectly Placed To Collect Polar Satellite Data

Thousands of satellites orbit the Earth for a multitude of purposes. Some circle the planet to check on the health of the swirling blue orb below.  Reaching the perfect place to collect that information can mean an arduous and frigid journey back...
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Nasa Wants International Partners To Go To Moon Too

As it looks to return to the Moon, NASA is open to the idea of international participation, which could mean a non-American setting foot on Earth's natural satellite for the first time in history, global space chiefs said Monday.
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Space Hardware Contamination Control Protocols Get Update

Scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab want to know more about the potential harmful effects of organic contamination on space exploration hardware and how to prevent it. They will talk about their research at the 66th annual AVS International...
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The Biggest Barrier To Future Space Exploration Is In Our Heads

With enough time, the technological challenges of sending humans to Mars and beyond are solvable. But psychologically, we’re not ready to leave our home. In 1945 British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke—now best known...
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Yay! The Ozone Layer Hole The Smallest It's Ever Been Seen. That's Not Necessarily Good...

It's all thanks to this year's 'unsually wonky' polar vortex The hole in Earth’s ozone layer is the smallest it has ever been since scientists discovered the puncture nearly 35 years ago, according to NASA.…
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Music That Is Out Of This World

In 2011, Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson and Astronaut Catherine "Cady" Coleman played a flute duet, while she was aboard the International Space Station, 220 miles above the earth. They did so to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first human to...
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A Photo Tour Of The Creepy Mars Base From 'moons Of Madness'

A brand new video game out today (Oct. 22) is best described as Mars exploration meets Lovecraftian horror.
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Bridenstine Takes On Entrenched Nasa Death Star Management

Message from the NASA Administrator: NASA Strategic Alignment, NASA "There continues to be a requirement for greater coordination in the Agency to ensure alignment with the Office of the Administrator given the increasingly diverse and growing...
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Nasa Aims For Mars Landings In 2035 While Building Support For Lunar Gateway

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is looking to land humans on Mars in the 2030s as he recruits partners of the International Space Station to help the agency land humans on the moon by 2024.
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This Weird Spider-bot Could Soon Crawl On The Moon

The tiny rover only weighs a little over two pounds. (Credit: Spacebit) The United Kingdom is sending a small, four-legged robot to the moon in 2021. The tiny rover, which looks like a cross between a spider and a children’s toy, will be the...
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How Long Is A Day On Venus? Astronomers Make Their Best Measurement Yet

There’s a problem with Venus. We don’t know how fast it rotates. For a space-faring civilization like ours, that’s a problem. Measuring the length of day, or rotation rate, of most bodies is pretty straightforward. Mark a prominent...

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Time-lapse Captured From The International Space Station

400 photos. 11 minutes. That’s what it took to create this time-lapse of the Earth and stars as the International Space Station over Namibia toward the Red Sea. NASA astronaut Christina Koch captured these images. It’s obvious that the...
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Here’s How To Catch The Orionid Meteor Shower Tonight

You don't have to be an astronomer to enjoy sky gazing, and that's especially true during annual meteor shower peaks. Right now, the Orionid meteor shower is approaching its peak, with tonight being your best shot at spotting the "falling stars"...
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The Best Cities To Travel To In 2020, According To Lonely Planet

While some of the cities on the list are well-known, the top city every traveler must visit is actually Salzburg, Austria.

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