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Secret crew

Juno Spacecraft on way to Jupiter has a ‘Crew ’of Three LEGO Figurines

The Legonauts were made as part of NASA and LEGOs "Bricks in Space" project.

NASA JPL's CORAL campaign will be able to monitor and collect data from coral reefs at 23,000 feet.

NASA to Monitor Coral Reefs Around the World from 23,000 Feet Above

NASA launches its airborne CORAL campaign to save the reefs around the world, to collect important data and determine the reefs current health and conditions.

A Martian date

UAE Saves NASA’s Deep Space Exploration Program with New Deal

NASA's financial woes are no secret.

Launching from Earth in 2011, the Juno spacecraft will arrive at Jupiter in 2016 to study the giant planet from an elliptical, polar orbit. Juno will repeatedly dive between the planet and its intense belts of charged particle radiation, coming only 5,000

NASA Juno Probe to Enter Jupiter Orbit on July 4

NASA scientists are anticipating the arrival of the Juno spacecraft as it is now only less than a month away from entering Jupiter's orbit.

Old fashioned asteroid

NASA Project will turn Asteroids into Spaceships

The asteroid will become a programmed mechanical automata carrying out specific mission objectives.

The immense halo of gas enveloping the Andromeda galaxy, our nearest massive galactic neighbor, is about six times larger and 1,000 times more massive than previously measured.

Galaxies 'Waste' Heavy Elements That can Potentially Form Planets

New data reveals how galaxies are "wasting" heavy elements such as oxygen, carbon and iron by ejecting them into deep space to form halos.

New research has detected smaller sulfur dioxide concentrations and sources around the world, including human-made sources such as medium-size power plants and oil-related activities.

NASA Satellite Detects 39 Unreported Toxic Sulfur Dioxide Pollutants

New data collected from a NASA satellite reveals 39 new sources of hazardous sulfur dioxide pollutants that are all man made.

This illustration shows the three steps astronomers used to measure the universe's expansion rate to an unprecedented accuracy, reducing the total uncertainty to 2.4 percent.

Universe is Expanding at 9% Faster Than Previously Thought

New data from the Hubble Space Telescope reveals that the universe is expanding more rapidly than previously thought.

Band-aged planet

New Map Shows Jupiter in Greatest Detail Yet

The research team was able to construct a better global picture of the massive gas giant.

The BEAM expansion took several hours today as astronaut Jeff Williams sent two dozen pulses of air into the expandable module.

NASA Finally Successfully Inflates Expandable Space Habitat at Space Station

On its second attempt, NASA finally completes inflating its expandable space habitat aboard the International Space Station.

Calling John Carter.

SpaceX will Beat NASA to Mars

SpaceX should land humans on Mars by 2028. NASA plans to accomplish this feat by 2035.

Itty bitty satlets

US Government Recommends NASA Orbit Hundreds of CubeSats for Research

Most of the NASA CubeSat missions have been technology demonstrators.

Hole-y sun

Monstrous Coronal Hole Fuels Conspiracy Theory that the Sun is Dying

Coronal holes are important to understanding the space environment around Earth.

The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) was installed on the International Space Station April 16, 2016.

Expandable Space Habitat Fails to Inflate at Space Station

NASA announced how its new expandable space habitat that is connected to the International Space Station failed to inflate.

Here we are looking at the head of Chasma Boreale, a canyon that reaches 570 kilometers (350 miles) into the north polar cap.

Mars is Finally Coming Out of an Ice Age

New radar images reveal polar ice changes in Martian poles, suggesting that the Red Planet is finally emerging from its Ice Age.

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