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It won't be quite like Bruce Willis in Armageddon , but maybe you'll feel just as much a hero.
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NASA Television will provide live coverage when two members of the Expedition 36 crew venture outside the International Space Station on Monday, June 24. The pair will conduct a six-hour spacewalk in preparation for the addition of a new Russian module later this year.
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The European Space Agency signed final contracts with Thales Alenia Space Italy for work on a pair of missions to assess if the planet Mars has or ever had life, officials said at the Paris Airshow this week.
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Image Caption: On June 18, 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly in space when the space shuttle Challenger launched on mission STS-7.
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An artist's concept depicting the heatshield separation as the Galileo Entry Probe enters the atmosphere of Jupiter.
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A new dataset called Bedmap2 gives a clearer picture of Antarctica from the ice surface down to the bedrock below.
Thirty-five years after selecting its first class of space shuttle astronauts in 1978 -- the "Thirty-Five New Guys" -- NASA on Monday introduced the four men and four women who make up the Astronaut Class of 2013.
This is the flight path the NASA DC8 flew today over the LA Basin. It flew as low as 341 feet over Torrance Airport.
Closely following the 50th anniversary this past Sunday of Russian Valentina Tereshkova becoming the first woman in space and the 30th anniversary of Sally Ride 's famous flight today, NASA has named four women to be among its class of eight new astronauts trainees-the first time that the U.S. space agency has achieved gender parity in a class of ... (more)
Two or three times a year, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory observes the moon traveling across the sun, blocking its view.
Nearly 120 scientists and engineers from around the world are meeting in South Dakota this week to discuss operational and technical issues with collecting images from the Landsat 8 satellite.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station analyzed the behavior of flames in space, including how and why they form little "spheres."
What's the latest, greatest, and absolutely most wonderfulest from the ever-expanding world of high technology? Well, pull up an electron or three and check out these mindbenders * There may be killer asteroids headed for Earth, and NASA has decided to do something about it .
The White House and NASA on Tuesday will ask the public for help finding asteroids that potentially could slam into the Earth with catastrophic consequences.
NASA and astronomers around the world have been tracking asteroids for decades now.
This image from the joint NASA-Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Hinode mission shows the lower regions of the Sun's atmosphere, the interface region, which a new mission called the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph will study in exquisite detail.
This photo provided by NASA shows Christina M. Hammock. NASA has eight new astronauts _ its first new batch in four years.
Andrew R. Morgan, M.D., 37, Major, U.S. Army, considers New Castle, Pa., home. Morgan is a graduate of The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and earned doctorate in medicine from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Md.