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NASA and the National Science Foundation have created important experiments for backyard astronomers to complete during the solar eclipse on Aug. 21. [Read More]
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It looks like somebody spilled paint on Saturn in a Cassini spacecraft image showing the planet's fascinating cloud patterns. [Read More]
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The team from NASA EDGE arrived at SIU Tuesday. [Read More]
Experts say they are caused by the wavy way fluids interact in the planet's atmosphere. [Read More]
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NASA and ESA were able to track the CME as it moved from the Sun all the way past Pluto. This marks a revolutionary find, because observations have always been limited and taken from a distance. [Read More]
Finding a pair of NASA approved solar eclipse viewing glasses is becoming as rare as the seeing the eclipse itself.  Stores across the country are selling out and in Michigan there  aren't many left. [Read More]
Finding a pair of NASA approved solar eclipse viewing glasses is becoming as rare as the seeing the eclipse itself.  Stores across the country are selling out and in Michigan there  aren't many left. [Read More]
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The photos include close-ups of the gaseous giant, its famous rings, and its enigmatic moons - including Titan, which has its own atmosphere, and icy Enceladus, which has a subsurface ocean that could conceivably harbor microbial life. To prevent Cassini from crashing into and contaminating any of those hidden oceans, the space agency has directed the craft, which is running out of fuel, onto a crash course with Saturn. On Monday, the space probe conducted the first of its final five orbits around the planet, dipping into Saturn's atmosphere, according to NASA. The best live video feeds streaming the 2017... [Read More]
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A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is set to launch NASA's newest Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, named TDRS-M. [Read More]
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In previous comments, Bridenstine has supported a human return to the Moon. [Read More]
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Two Florida teenager's trip to the thrift store turns into an unforgettable day... [Read More]
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The total solar eclipse slated for Aug. 21 will be the first in nearly 100 years to be visible across the entire United States. [Read More]
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NASA is on a mission to unlock the mysteries of the Venus atmosphere, sending a tiny satellite to Earth's inward neighbor to investigate its clouds. [Read More]
NASA is sending a nanosatellite to Venus because that planet's atmosphere is playing with light in a mysterious way and they want to figure out what's going on. [Read More]
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Orbital ATK's medium-lift booster to put space surveillance satellite into orbit for U.S. Air Force. [Read More]
The U.S. Army's 110-lb. satellite was launched from Cape Canaveral on Aug. 14 aboard SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft. [Read More]
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NASA will send choose one message—submitted on Twitter—to beam off into space in honor of the Voyager mission's 40th birthday. [Read More]
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There are certain areas of the Red Planet that may be off limits to future explorers, robotic or human. These are the Special Regions. [Read More]
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Weather conditions are mostly favorable for Friday's planned launch of NASA's newest communications satellite on an Atlas V rocket. [Read More]
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It is less than one week until the Great American Eclipse. NASA has released a new interactive, web-based 3D simulation, Eyes on the Eclipse, where you can click anywhere on the Earth to preview your view of the August 21, 2017 total eclipse. It will work in a web browser on your desktop, laptop, and on newer tablets and smart phones, either in iOS or Android. Once you enter the site, you will first see the... [Read More]
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