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NASA warned of safety risks in delayed private crew launches
NASA auditors warned the space agency faces “significant safety and technical challenges” that need to be solved before astronauts fly in private capsules.
NASA scientists detect huge thermonuclear blast deep in space
NASA recently detected a massive thermonuclear explosion coming from outer space.
NASA unveils its first electric airplane; a work in progress
NASA, most prominent for its many Florida-launched exploits into space, showcased an early version of its first all-electric experimental aircraft, the X-57 “Maxwell,” at its lesser-known aeronautics lab in the California Desert.
NASA opens Moon dirt sample untouched since 70’s
For the first time in more than 40 years, NASA scientists have opened up a sample of Moon matter collected during the Apollo missions.
42 years on, Voyager 2 charts interstellar space through data from beyond solar bubble
A probe launched by NASA four days after Elvis died has delivered a treasure trove of data from beyond the “solar bubble” that envelops Earth and our neighboring planets, scientists reported Monday.
NASA eyeing inflatable space lodges for moon, Mars and beyond
When astronauts orbit the moon or live on its surface in the decade ahead, they will probably be doing so inside inflatable space lodges now in development. Dozens of NASA officials and veteran astronauts are wrapping up a review of five space habitat mockups built by different companies. The mockups offer the US space agency ideas for an ideal Gateway - the planned research outpost in lunar orbit that will house and transfer astronauts to the surface of the moon.
NASA moves up first all-female spacewalk to fix power unit
NASA is moving up the first all-female spacewalk to this week because of a power system failure at the International Space Station (ISS).
NASA launches satellite to explore where air meets space
NASA launched a satellite to explore the mysterious, dynamic region where air meets space.
Curiosity finds ancient salty lakes on Mars
NASA’s Curiosity rover has found salt-rich sediments indicating that Gale Crater, which it has been exploring on Mars for seven years, once had briny lakes that formed as ancient climate change caused it to go through recurrent arid cycles.
NASA tests Mars 2020 rover descent stage separation
NASA engineers have completed a successful separation test of the Mars 2020 rover and its descent stage that will deliver it to the surface of the Red Planet.
NASA lander captures marsquakes, other Martian sounds
NASA’s InSight lander on Mars has captured the low rumble of marsquakes and a symphony of other otherworldly sounds.
NASA says missing moon lander could be hidden by shadow
NASA has been unable to locate a lost lunar lander launched from India two months ago — but said it could simply be "hiding in a shadow."
NASA’s IceSat space laser tracks water depths from orbit
Scientists say one of the US space agency's (NASA) new Earth observers is going to have a transformative impact in an unexpected area.
Roscosmos knows what caused hole in ISS; NASA wants answers
The tiny hole aboard the International Space Station (ISS) that caused so much drama in August of last year is still producing controversy, over a year later. According to new reports, Russia now knows the source of the hole, but it doesn't look like NASA has been informed.

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