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Federal auditors say NASA had to spend $35.5 million it hadn't planned to in order to finish two large Space Launch System test stands at Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama. F...
Astronauts will not fly on the first launch of NASA's upcoming megarocket, the space agency announced on Friday. Up until a few months ago, NASA planned on the Space Launch System ...
NASA is preparing to conduct a spacewalk on Tuesday, May 23, to replace a computer component mounted on the International Space Station that failed Saturday morning. The multiplexe...
Astronauts to go on 'contingency' spacewalk to fix Space Station
-Mashable - Mon May 22 14:09:23 EDT 2017
NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer are preparing for a hastily-scheduled spacewalk to repair a faulty part on the International Space Station (ISS).  The "continge...
NASA's Space Launch System and the Orion spacecraft need to complete tests flights before the EM1 mission in deep space. Manned test flights are also mandatory. However, NASA revea...
Get your own bag of (real) moon dust for just $4 million
-Mashable - Sun May 21 14:09:49 EDT 2017
On the outside, the plain white bag seems unremarkable. But inside, it's laced with an exquisite and extremely valuable material: moon dust.  Neil Armstrong stuffed this sack ...
NASA to conduct emergency spacewalk
-ABC-13 - Sun May 21 17:03:00 EDT 2017
NASA plans to have a pair of astronauts take an emergency spacewalk outside the International Space Station to replace a malfunctioning computer as early as Tuesday. Station Comman...
NASA News: Researchers Discover Source Of Flashes Coming Off Of Earth And Going Into Space
-International Business Times - Mon May 15 14:12:14 EDT 2017
The camera takes photos frequently from a position between the Earth and the sun. Alexander Marshak, a project scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, notic...
ABOVE VIDEO: This NASA documentary shows the flight preparation, launch, space activities, and recovery of Mercury-Atlas 9 and its and Gordon Cooper’s preparations to pilot th...
NASA Calls for Europa Mission Instrument Ideas
-Scientific American - Sun May 21 08:06:55 EDT 2017
It's time for scientists to start thinking about the instruments they'd like to put on a potential life-hunting lander mission to Jupiter's ocean-harboring moon Europa, NASA offici...
ABOVE VIDEO: NASA held a teleconference last week to discuss the feasibility of placing astronauts on the first flight of the Space Launch System. NASA also announced that the...
NASA Budget Cuts: Senators Urge Trump Not To Slash Agency's Office Of Education
-International Business Times - Wed May 17 14:10:46 EDT 2017
U.S. senators Wednesday wrote a letter to the Senate Appropriations Committee, urging members not to cut NASA’s Office of Education, which works to educate students nationwide to p...
NASA Asks Scientists To Help Pick Instruments For Europa Lander
-Tech Times - Sat May 20 05:05:10 EDT 2017
NASA is yet again bringing the scientific community together as they make a community announcement regarding the Europa lander mission. The announcement gives the scientific commun...
NASA orders up urgent spacewalking repairs at space station
-mySanAntonio.com - Mon May 22 08:00:29 EDT 2017
This July 19, 2011 photo of the International Space Station was taken from the space shuttle Atlantis after it left the orbiting complex. NASA ordered up urgent spacewalking r...
A powerful space telescope orbiting Earth has spied on two galaxies in the midst of a cosmic close call 500 million light-years away.  The Hubble Space Telescope spotted two g...
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has been continuously performing its mission and is still observing the dwarf planet Ceres. Ceres is found in the asteroid belt in between Jupiter and Mars. ...
NASA has planned an emergency walk with two of its astronauts to fix a major fault in their system. Two astronauts of the international space agency will be venturing out of the In...
Indian teen builds world's 'lightest satellite'
-BBC News - Mon May 15 20:50:26 EDT 2017
An Indian teenager has built what is thought could be the world's lightest satellite, which will be put into orbit at a Nasa facility in the US in June. Rifath Shaarook's 64-gram (...
Wow! Saturn casts shadow on rings in gorgeous Cassini photo
-Fox News - Wed May 17 02:12:06 EDT 2017
Saturn's shadow takes a bite out of the planet's iconic rings in a stunning new photo by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. The gas giant's shadow has been shrinking since August 2009, whe...
NASA’s Juno spacecraft successfully made its sixth close flyby of Jupiter on Friday, May 19, 2017, at 2 a.m. EDT (6 a.m. UTC; 11 p.m. PDT on May 18). Juno captured this image 6,247...
A pair of astronauts will venture outside the International Space Station on Tuesday for an emergency spacewalk to replace a failed computer, one of two that control major U.S. sys...
NASA Research Reveals That Space Electrons Do A Dance, Can Cause Cosmic Events Like Auroras
-International Business Times - Thu May 18 11:09:04 EDT 2017
The human eye can’t see electrons even though they’re all around us all the time, but he highest energy electrons can actually damage satellites or cause auroras. Scientists with N...
By 2020, an estimated 7 million drones could be zipping around the country delivering packages, taking photos, inspecting infrastructure or conducting search-and-rescue missions. B...
4 Black Hole Images From NASA: Portraits Of The Universe’s Best Killer
-International Business Times - Sat May 20 05:09:14 EDT 2017
Black holes are one of the universe’s greatest mysteries. We can’t peer inside these objects, because they have such tremendous amounts of matter packed into such relatively small ...
NASA Sea Ice And Glacier Mapping News: 2017 One Of The Best Years For Data
-International Business Times - Wed May 17 14:10:46 EDT 2017
Every year NASA surveys the ice in the Arctic to measure change in the icy environment. The changes in the cryosphere are important for NASA to monitor because those changes can re...
Cassini Survives Closest-Ever Encounter with Saturn, Snaps Stunning Images
-Scientific American - Fri May 19 11:06:31 EDT 2017
NASA's Cassini spacecraft dove between Saturn and its rings yesterday (April 26), snapping the closest-ever views of Saturn's atmosphere. The raw images, which began to stream...
NASA: Two NASA Astronauts Inducted Into U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
-Space Coast Daily - Fri May 19 14:11:04 EDT 2017
ABOVE VIDEO: Ellen Ochoa 2017 U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame Inductee (NASA) – Two veteran NASA astronauts joined the ranks of the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame Friday. Ellen Ochoa, the...
Nasa seeks experiment ideas for Europa lander
-BBC News - Fri May 19 02:31:28 EDT 2017
Nasa is seeking the best ideas for experiments to fly on a mission that will land on Jupiter's moon Europa. The jovian satellite has a deep subsurface ocean beneath its ice crust a...
Mouse Sperm Survives In Space, Paving The Way For Future Humans To Give Birth On Mars
-International Business Times - Mon May 22 14:09:17 EDT 2017
In an experiment dubbed “Space Pup,” scientists found that freeze-dried mouse sperm stored on the International Space Station for nine months produced healthy babies. The results b...
Mars voyage will include one-year layover in moon orbit
-Fox News - Mon May 15 08:10:28 EDT 2017
The plan to send humans to Mars includes a one-year layover in orbit around the moon in the late 2020s, Space reports. Greg Williams, NASA’s deputy associate administrator for poli...
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