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NASA Plans To Walk On Mars As Lander Breaks, Budget Cut

Design & Trend - ‎11 hours ago‎
Interest for NASA peaked in the mid-'60s during the Space Race. Over the years, investment in space travel has come and gone with various projects.
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These NASA Space Tourism Posters Take Us To Infinity And Beyond

Huffington Post - ‎14 hours ago‎
These spectacular space tourism posters imagine what advertisements for interplanetary vacations could one day look like. Fourteen tongue-in-cheek trips to Mars, Jupiter, Venus and a host of exoplanets are on offer in the Visions of the Future series ...
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Obama Administration Proposes Smaller 2017 NASA Budget of $19 Billion with Big Exploration Cuts

Universe Today - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
The Obama Administration has announced its new Federal budget and is proposing to cut NASA's Fiscal Year 2017 Budget to $19 billion by carving away significant funding for deep space exploration, whereas the overall US Federal budget actually ...
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Stare straight at NASA's year-long time lapse of the sun

Vox - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
The high frame rate allows NASA to study the sun's dynamic surface and gives scientists the ability to predict solar weather, which can damage our telecommunications satellites.
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NASA's 'conclusive proof' HUMANS cause global warming…but should agency focus on SPACE? - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
Its findings came as NASA was criticised for now appearing to be more concerned with research into climate change than getting into space and understanding the universe.
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Losing our atmosphere? NASA astronaut says Earth looks 'sick and fragile' from space - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
And according to NASA, our atmosphere has been thinning as a result of carbon emissions. In 2003 the agency noted the effects were already visible from space.

This Is What NASA Thinks Space Tourism Will Look Like… And It's Awesome

WhatCulture - ‎14 hours ago‎
NASA's JPL have released some breathtaking new additions to their “Visions of the Future” series in which they imagine what it would be like to holiday in space.
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In this mission, NASA offers worldly advice

Houston Chronicle - ‎4 hours ago‎
Given NASA's evolving role in manned space flight, the half dozen speakers talked about agency roles by experts in engineering, business, medicine, information technology and education.
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Be Pluto's Valentine! NASA colors dwarf planet's 'heart' (to study terrain)

RT - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
In July, we learned from NASA's “most detailed” image of Pluto ever that the dwarf planet has a “heart”. The mysterious surface of the Tombaugh Region - the “heart's” scientific name - has been of keen interest to New Horizons' researchers.
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NASA: 'Help Wanted' for Future Mission to Mars - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
NASA has put out the word - it's hiring the next generation of astronauts, the first new class in four years. But what makes this class particularly unique is that one of them could eventually go to Mars.
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Actress Taraji P. Henson to play NASA mathematician - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
Actress Taraji P. Henson will play the role of African-American NASA genius Katherine Johnson in an upcoming film about significant female figures in the Civil Rights Movement.
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Gravitational waves embargo broken by tweeted picture of Nasa celebratory cake

The Guardian - ‎Feb 11, 2016‎
Erin Ryan, a research associate at the University of Maryland who works at Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Center, tweeted the photo of a cake celebrating “the first direct detection of gravitational waves!
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Mouldy luggage delays Nasa launch of space station cargo

The Guardian - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
The source of the mould, common in humid climates like Florida's, is under investigation by Nasa and Lockheed Martin, which prepares cargo for launch aboard two commercial carriers, Orbital ATK and privately owned SpaceX.
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NASA Threatened with Lawsuit for Censoring 'Jesus' in Christian Club Announcements

Breitbart News - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
HOUSTON, Texas - A Johnson Space Center (JSC) Christian club had it's e-mail meeting announcement censored by NASA lawyers because it included the word “Jesus” in it.

Whimsical NASA Posters Tease What the Future of Space Travel Could Look Like

ABC News - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
NASA released a series of whimsical posters for destinations in our solar system -- giving a glimpse of what space exploration could look like sometime in the distant future.
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Could NASA be lying to us about huge UFO orbiting asteroid near the Earth?

Irish Mirror - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
NASA has said this disc-shaped object orbiting an asteroid very near Earth is nothing but a small moon. But UFO enthusiasts have accused the space agency of lying and have insisted the UFO is actually a space ship.
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NASA envisions space tourism in stunning posters of real places

Palm Beach Post - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
A series of stunning posters that imagine vacations to distant planets and moons was released this year by NASA in an effort to bring real scientific discoveries to vibrant life.
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NASA's asteroid mission isn't dead—yet

Ars Technica - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
Even after searching for a couple of years, scientists couldn't find a suitable asteroid that came close enough to Earth for astronauts to reach it in a timely manner, and the Orion vehicle NASA was building could only support a crew for 21 days in ...

NASA's crazy 18-propeller wing test looks like a scene out of Mad Max

The Verge - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
If it looks like the Doof Warrior from Mad Max: Fury Road should be riding on top, wielding a flamethrower-guitar hybrid while Max and Furiosa haul ass through the wastelands, I can't disagree with you.
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NASA Takes One Giant Leap Toward Completing the James Webb Space Telescope

Architectural Digest - ‎Feb 11, 2016‎
When the Hubble Space Telescope launched into orbit in 1990, history was made. Through the images it sent back to Earth, scientists at NASA were able to better understand the universe. Twenty-six years later, and NASA is back with more exciting news ...