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NASA announced Monday that the launch of the Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket will now be scheduled for Thursday morning, with a launch window between 4:15... [Read More]
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Fire Dept. holds emergency drills in Le Mars, IA. [Read More]
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A new bus at the Kennedy Space Center in Orlando, Florida, allows a person to go on a virtual mission to Mars. The bus is... [Read More]
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A new bus at the Kennedy Space Center allows a person to go on a virtual mission to Mars. [Read More]
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Cultural appropriation has become this oddly, loosely defined concept that makes it easier to call someone racist and to be anti-art — and it calls... [Read More]
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Superintendent Todd Wendt retires from the Le Mars district. [Read More]
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From an amateur YouTube clip, the "news" traveled through British tabloids to Newsweek. It took Russian state media to set things straight. [Read More]
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A former NASA scientist is criticizing Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle and wellness website for promoting bogus $120 stickers that allegedly contain materials used in spacesuits. "Body... [Read More]
A team of scientists is going to hunt for planets around our nearest stars, in the continuing search for worlds on our doorstep that can... [Read More]
Area cattle producers have been meeting in Le Mars this week, for their summer regional meeting. [Read More]
Two months from today, August 21, a rare solar eclipse will turn daylight into night. And Missouri is in the prime viewing path. Who better... [Read More]
Theo Wellington, a NASA ambassador, explained Tuesday some of the details surrounding the total solar eclipse that will happen Aug. 21 as a guest speaker... [Read More]
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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has found 10 new Earth-size planets outside of our solar system. [Read More]
Zena Cardman, a graduate student at Penn State, said she's always been dazzled by the world above. [Read More]
Zena Cardman says she's ready for an out of this world adventure. [Read More]
NASA is gearing up to launch a rocket that will create colorful, luminescent clouds that sky-watchers in North Carolina might be able to see! [Read More]
NASA said it's possible residents in the D.C. area could spot a rocket launch happening about 200 miles away. [Read More]
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