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September 23, 2021

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Space.com

Questions of how long the station — already over 20 years old — can last and how international and industry partnerships might drive activity in low Earth orbit …

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Space.com

InSight spotted 4.2- and 4.1-magnitude temblors on Aug. 25, then picked up another roughly 4.2-magnitude quake on Sept. 18 that lasted for nearly 90 minutes, …

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Spaceflight Now

The swing arms on the mobile launch tower for NASA’s Space Launch System released and retracted Sunday night inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy …

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Spaceflight Now

The Exploration Systems Development Mission Directorate will manage NASA’s Artemis moon program, including the Space Launch System heavy-lift rocket, the Orion …

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The New York Times

For decades, many archaeologists have maintained that humans spread across North and South America only at the end of the last ice age. They pointed to the …

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Space.com

The star-forming clusters of gas and dust, known as molecular clouds, are believed to have formed in tandem from the same supernova, or explosion of a star that …

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Scientific American

Far from pioneering wide access to orbit, privately funded spaceflight is geared to perpetuate inequities in space and on Earth. By: Lucianne Walkowicz.

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Harvard Gazette

Seven Harvard affiliates are among 33 scientists from across the United States to be appointed as investigators by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

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Forbes

People were ripped limb from limb, and their bones are found smashed and scattered, buried in layers of ash, charcoal, and pulverized mudbricks. As …

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Newsweek

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