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June 25, 2022

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Space.com

The Artemis 1 stack — a Space Launch System (SLS) rocket topped by an Orion capsule — is scheduled to roll back to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida on July 1, where the massive vehicle will undergo repairs …

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Space.com

A venerable Red-Planet rover might be spotting signs of the Martian climate drying up in ancient times. The long-running NASA Curiosity mission, which will reach its 10th Earth-year anniversary on the Red Planet this August, is making its way up the …

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Space.com

Graphic showing Venus close to the slim crescent moon in the predawn sky. Look to the east-northeastern horizon to see Venus shine near the slim crescent moon. ( …

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News 13 Orlando

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — An important and expensive exploration mission for NASA is officially off the books for 2022. After announcing a launch delay in May pushing the Psyche mission from August 1 to no earlier than (NET) September 20, the agency made …

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Space.com

The Arnhem Space Centre is owned and operated by a commercial operator, Equatorial Launch Australia. It is located on the land of the Gumatj people, who as the traditional custodians of the land, have been consulted as part of the launch approval process.

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The Denver Post

For the next few days, five planets will appear in alignment in the morning sky. This photo, taken Friday morning near Chicago, shows the location of Mercury, Venus, the moon, Mars and Jupiter. Saturn, which is also in in the alignment, is not shown. It …

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Florida Today

NASA officials have reviewed the data collected during the test run and decided that a leaky hydrogen valve was not significant enough to force a delay in the launch of Artemis I, an uncrewed mission planning to orbit the moon and return to Earth.

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Space.com

The rare five-planet alignment of 2022 remains in view through this first weekend of summer. To see it at its best, you must be up at the crack of dawn. But if you are, you’ll be rewarded with what likely will be the most eye-catching celestial …

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EurekAlert

Date: June 24, 2022; Source: University of Illinois Chicago; Summary: In the largest epidemiologic study of arsenic and birth outcomes to date, researchers estimated arsenic levels in U.S. private well water sources by county and compared estimates to …

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Globalnews.ca

A new paper published this month in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics says that the planet Jupiter might have gotten so big in part by, in a sense, gobbling up smaller nearby planets. NASA’s Juno probe …

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