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August 30, 2022
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Space.com

The mission aims to test out planetary defense methods in a safe environment, as the activities pose no threats whatsoever to Earth. Here’s how you can follow the action live. Related: NASA’s DART asteroid- …

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Space.com

NASA’s Voyager 1 probe is finally making sense again in interstellar space. After months of sending junk data about its health to flight controllers on Earth, the 45-year-old Voyager 1 is once again beaming back clear telemetry data on its status …

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Space.com

A team of astrophysicists may have finally solved the mystery of what creates rarely-seen radio-bright X-shaped galaxies. A sophisticated simulation has shown that these galaxies, which are distinguished by four massive jets of material that shoot into …

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The New York Times

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — Thousands of people had packed the beaches, roadsides, rooftops and waterways. Some even camped overnight in hopes of seeing NASA’s giant new moon rocket launch for the first time, rising upward with a thunderous boom and …

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USA TODAY

However, “from this knowledge we hope to find better answers to the many diseases associated with aging that overwhelm us today,” said López-Otín, a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, in a description of the research on the university’s …

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CNN

(CNN) Home renovations can unearth all sorts of unexpected items, but one Portuguese property owner discovered hidden treasure on another scale when he stumbled upon what could be Europe’s largest dinosaur remains. In …

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Space.com

When combined, observations by the two great space telescopes provide a comprehensive view of the galaxy including regions in which stars form that can be seen as reddish bubbles scattered across the spiral arms. These so-called …

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Newsweek

NASA is set to launch a rocket that will carry its first human-rated capsule into lunar orbit since the Apollo era. NASA hopes the scheduled launch will be a springboard for a return to the moon. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: NASA is not sending a spacecraft …

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Newsweek

Was there ever life on the moon? What about on other planets? With the U.S. slated to blast off soon to orbit the moon – its first trip there in 50 years – the University of Virginia and NASA’s Artemis space missions seek to answer big questions like …

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Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Voyager’s high-gain antenna, seen at the center of this illustration of the NASA spacecraft, is one component controlled by the attitude articulation and control system (AACS). Credit: NASA/JPL …

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