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NASA Probe to Reveal Pluto in Historic Fly-by

Source: NDTV

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
Pluto is almost largely unknown to us and it is so far away that even the powerful Hubble Space Telescope strains itself to see it ...
Full article at: NDTV 19 hours ago, 2:47am CDT
 


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NASA renames building in honor of Armstrong

Source: MSNBC

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
One day after the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing, the Operations & Checkout Building at the Kennedy Space Center in in Florida is getting a new nameRe ...
Full article at: MSNBC 2 days ago, 12:50pm CDT
 

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NASA renames building for astronaut Neil Armstrong

Source: The Hour

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
NASA has honored one of its most famous astronauts by renaming a key building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. ...
Full article at: The Hour 2 days ago, 11:15am CDT
 

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NASA renames building for astronaut Neil Armstrong

Source: The Herald-Palladium

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
NASA has honored one of its most famous astronauts by renaming a key building at the Kennedy Space Center in Flori ...
Full article at: The Herald-Palladium 2 days ago, 10:34am CDT
 

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Watch NASA's Full TV Broadcast of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Right Here

Source: Gizmodo

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
Exactly 45 years ago today, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to set foot on the moon. And right now, NASA is replaying the full TV broadcast from that fateful day in real-time. Check it out—it's just as exhilarating today as it must ha ...
Full article at: Gizmodo 2 days ago, 11:01pm CDT
 

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Way Back When: Today in History

Source: Tulsa World

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
Christa McAuliffe, a social studies teacher in Concord, New Hampshire, was chosen by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as the first lay passenger to ro ...
Full article at: Tulsa World 4 days ago, 12:00am CDT
 

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Space To Ground: Special Delivery: 7/18/14

Source: RedOrbit

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station. Credit: N ...
Full article at: RedOrbit 5 days ago, 7:37am CDT
 

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Happy Birthday, John Glenn, From The International Space Station

Source: RedOrbit

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International Space Station astronauts Steve Swanson and Reid Wiseman wish a happy 93rd birthday to original Mercury astronaut and former U.S. Senator John Glenn. Glenn became the first American to orbit Earth in 1962, and returned to space on the shuttle Discovery in 1998. ...
Full article at: RedOrbit 5 days ago, 7:26am CDT
 

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Throwback Thursday: Remembering Neil Armstrong (Synopsis) [Starts With A Bang]

Source: ScienceBlogs

NASA Discusses Research Seeking Habitable Worlds Among The Stars
“Geologists have a saying: rocks remember.” -Neil Armstrong 45 years ago, the Apollo 11 mission was on its way away from planet Earth and headed towards the Moon, where the first human beings would set foot on the surface just a few days later. Image credit: NASA / Apollo 11, photo by Neil Armstrong. Back in 2012, the very first man on the Moon, Neil Armstrong, left this world for good. But the impact he had, and what he left behind, are worth remember ...
Full article at: ScienceBlogs 5 days ago, 2:29am CDT
 



 

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