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August 25, 2021

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Space.com

CAPSTONE’s primary objective is to test and verify the calculated orbital stability of a near rectilinear halo orbit (NRHO) around the moon. That’s the same …

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The Planetary Society

Bruce Betts faces one of the greatest challenges for any parent: getting a new college freshman installed in a distant university. Our chief scientist takes a …

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Spaceflight Now

EDITOR’S NOTE: We are streaming a live view of pad 41 as ULA rolls out a Vulcan pathfinder booster for cryogenic tanking tests.

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Space.com

As the Paralympic Games kicked off in Tokyo this week, astronauts at the International Space Station celebrated the quadrennial sporting event in space.

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Space.com

Developed by St. Petersbourg, Russia-based Stealth Transit, the technology detects bright approaching satellites and closes the telescope’s shutter to prevent …

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Space.com

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — NASA hopes that commercial space stations will orbit Earth once the International Space Station eventually retires, …

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al.com

His mother didn’t understand his emotional outbursts, so when Camille heard about a research study on stress and its biological and social roots in kids …

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CNN

Fossil confiscated in police raid is one of the most complete pterosaur skeletons ever found. By Ashley Strickland, CNN. Updated 2:00 PM ET, Wed August 25, …

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Space.com

Alas, stargazing isn’t great from the Venusian surface: The thick carbon-dioxide atmosphere that blankets the planet means there’s no catching a break in the …

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The New York Times

After years of shooting meteorites with a special gun owned by NASA, researchers highlighted challenges for a preferred method of planetary defense.

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