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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will get a firsthand look at the work being done on the Space Launch System avionics and flight software during a visit Friday, March 14 to the agency's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
NASA's Asteroid Data Hunter contest series will offer $35,000 in awards over the next six months to citizen scientists who develop improved algorithms that can be used to identify asteroids.
The only set of astronaut twins are set to become test subjects in an unprecedented NASA investigation into how weightlessness impacts the human body.
NASA scientists are working to bring the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has been orbiting the Red Planet for eight years, back online after the spacecraft suffered a glitch Sunday.
For helping to find asteroids, NASA has set up a contest with cash awards. In 2012, the agency said that "more potentially hazardous asteroids, or PHAs, are closely aligned with the plane of our solar system than previous models suggested."
Research using NASA data is giving new insight into one of the processes causing Greenland's ice sheet to lose mass.
He will report to "Jerry brings a wealth of spacecraft operations experience to EchoStar," said de Bastos.
There are two developing areas of tropical low pressure that lie east and west of Queensland, Australia.
NASA has selected a Northwestern University-led research team as one of 10 groups across the country to conduct investigations related to its unique "twin study" of how a year living in space affects the human body, the agency announced Friday .
Parachutes will open, and the duo's Russian-built Soyuz capsule will touch down on the remote, frozen plains of the central Asian republic of Khazakstan.
The capsule recently arrived at Langley for testing that will examine how it performs under a variety of ocean landing conditions.
A false-color image, taken by the Cassini spacecraft, of a huge hurricane at Saturn's north pole.
Fancy yourself an asteroid hunter? There's $35,000 available in prizes for NASA's new Asteroid Data Hunter contest series, which will be awarded to citizen scientists who develop algorithms that could be used to search for asteroids.
It may sound like science fiction but an Australian team is working on a project to zap orbital debris with lasers from Earth to reduce the growing amount of space junk that threatens to knock out satellites with a "cascade of collisions".