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How space research still driving innovation after Moon landings
By Rachael Pells*
NASA’s telescope detects black hole that defies theoretical models
NASA’s Hubble telescope recently discovered a supermassive black hole that defies existing theories about the universe, a report said.
NASA to unseal Moon samples sealed after Apollo missions 50 years ago
NSAS says it is finally opening up the vault containing untouched samples from the Apollo missions to the Moon, some three months after it granted nine teams of experts the unique chance of studying the extraterrestrial rock samples.
NASA to open Moon rock samples sealed since Apollo missions
Inside a locked vault at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, is treasure few have seen and fewer have touched.
Russian, North American astronauts return to Earth
The first crew to blast off to the International Space Station (ISS) following a launch accident that deepened doubts over Russia's space program returned to Earth safely on Tuesday.
NASA rover on Mars detects puff of gas that hints at possibility of life
Mars, it appears, is belching a large amount of a gas that could be a sign of microbes living on the planet today.
NASA's Mars 2020 rover gets wheeled up for Red Planet
NASA's Mars 2020 rover is getting ready to roll, as engineers have installed its wheels at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
Astronomers spot new crater on Mars like nothing ever seen
The planet Mars does not bruise easily, but when it does, the result is practically a work of art.
Womankind's giant leap: Who will be the first female moonwalker?
Who will take the giant leap for womankind?
When the world stopped to watch Armstrong's moonwalk
When Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon, he became the biggest live television star in history.
NASA opening space station to visitors
You’ve heard about the International Space Station (ISS) for years. Want to visit?
NASA unveils three commercial lunar landers to bring payloads to Moon
The US space agency NASA on Friday unveiled three lunar landers that will carry NASA science payloads to the Moon and pave the way for NASA astronauts to land on the lunar surface by 2024.
NASA awards first contract for lunar space station
NASA contracted Maxar Technologies to develop the first element of its Lunar Gateway space station, an essential part of its plan to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024.
Astronomers spot dozens of stars evicted from their homes
We often think of stars as things that don’t move around much, but in some galaxies, that’s far from a universal truth.
NASA to launch yeast into deep space
NASA will be sending yeast cells where no man has gone before.
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