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Message from NASA Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk and Senior White House Appointee Bhavya Lal
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Message from NASA Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk and Senior White House Appointee Bhavya Lal - SpaceRef

Rare, spectacular triple conjunction to grace the skies this weekend
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In case you missed the great conjunction last month, when the two biggest planets in our solar system -- Jupiter and Saturn -- appeared to come within 1/10 of a degree from each other, there’s another spectacular sight to catch this weekend: The triple conjunction.

Astronauts beam Christmas message of hope to Earth from aboard International Space Station - CBS News
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"As we prepare to observe the holidays far away from our loved ones, we look down at our precious planet, and it becomes clear how connected we really are," said NASA astronaut Shannon Walker.

Gut-Wrenching Photos Show Damage at Arecibo Observatory Following Collapse
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Images of the scene are revealing the extent of the damage at the famous facility.

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins will vote from space - CNN
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Millions of Americans will vote by mail or in person for the next president of the US. At least one vote will be cast some 200 miles above the Earth.

Here Are The Detailed And Risky Steps NASA Needs to Take to Land on The Moon by 2024
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NASA has released its first full plan for its Artemis missions, which aim to put the first woman on the moon and the first man since 1972.

Cool new Hubble portrait of Jupiter's storms | Space | EarthSky
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A beautiful new image of Jupiter from the Hubble Space Telescope - captured in August 2020 - shows the planet's icy moon Europa as well as several famous storms in Jupiter's atmosphere.

Potential sign of alien life detected on inhospitable Venus | Reuters
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Scientists said on Monday they have detected in the harshly acidic clouds of Venus a gas called phosphine that indicates microbes may inhabit Earth's inhospitable neighbor, a tantalizing sign of potential life beyond Earth.

The weird space that lies outside our Solar System - BBC Future
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The mysterious dark vacuum of interstellar space is finally being revealed by two intrepid spacecraft that have become the first human-made objects to leave our Solar System.

New high-resolution images of the sun show how terrifying its structure looks up close - CBS News
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New up-close images of the sun's surface are both stunning and scary.

Blue Planet: French Study Proposes New Origin Theory for Earth's Water | Technology News
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A French team reported in the journal Science they had identified which space rocks were responsible for water on Earth, and suggested our planet has been wet ever since it formed.

Google Kids Space Mode Announced, to Encourage Kid-Friendly Content on Android | Technology News
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Google is introducing Kids Space, a new way for kids to explore apps, books, and videos. It will have parental controls and ways for parents to pick “teacher-approved” apps for kids to play. Google Kids Space will be available globally for Lenovo tablets initially, and will be coming to more Android tablets soon.

Jeanette Epps becomes first Black woman to join International Space Station | WOAI
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A former CIA Intelligence Officer turned astronaut is set to become the first Black woman to join the International Space Station. Jeanette Epps has a doctorate in Aerospace Engineering and joined the the Astronaut Corps in 2009. She is now preparing to join the flight crew for Boeing's new spacecraft, Starliner One. It's still being tested and developed by NASA. NASA astronauts already assigned to the Starliner One Mission welcomed Epps to the crew on Twitter Tuesday.

Space Sector Reforms Not Aimed at Privatising ISRO, Says Chairman K Sivan | Technology News
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The recently announced space sector reforms are not aimed at privatisation of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), its Chairman and Secretary in the Department of Space, K Sivan asserted on Thursday.

Global Warming Is Melting Greenland's Ice Sheet, Causing Sea Rise - Bloomberg
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Data from two new studies gives scientists a much clearer idea of what’s contributing to sea-level rise.

So, The International Space Station Is Leaking Air Again
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The International Space Station (ISS), in Earth orbit at hundreds of kilometres altitude, is not perfectly airtight. Every day, the cabin loses a minute amount of air, monitored carefully so that a liveable atmospheric pressure can be maintained, a

Small Asteroid Becomes Closest Ever Seen Passing Earth: NASA | Technology News
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An asteroid the size of an SUV passed 1,830 miles (2,950 kilometers) above Earth, the closest asteroid ever observed passing by our planet, NASA said Tuesday.

NASA Is Tracking a Vast, Growing Anomaly in Earth's Magnetic Field
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NASA is actively monitoring a strange anomaly in Earth's magnetic field: a giant region of lower magnetic intensity in the skies above the planet, stretching out between South America and southwest Africa.

U.S. prosecutors probe ex-NASA official, Boeing over space contract: sources - Reuters
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The U.S. Justice Department has opened a criminal probe into whether NASA's former head of human spaceflight gave Boeing Co improper guidance during a lucrative lunar-lander contract competition, two people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Dwarf planet Ceres is 'ocean world' with salty water deep underground - Reuters
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Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, is an "ocean world" with a big reservoir of salty water under its frigid surface, scientists said in findings that raise interest in this dwarf planet as a possible outpost for life.

NASA Astronauts Riding SpaceX Capsule Poised for Weekend Return, Weather Permitting | Technology News
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The two NASA astronauts who rode to the International Space Station aboard SpaceX's new Crew Drago are due to return on Sunday after a nearly four-month voyage that marked NASA's first crewed mission from home soil in nine years.

SpaceX Crew Dragon Departs ISS for Earth With Two US Astronauts | Technology News
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The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft shoved off from the International Space Station on Saturday with two US astronauts on board, beginning their journey back to Earth despite a storm threatening Florida.

SpaceX Completes Test Flight of Starship Mars Rocket Prototype | Technology News
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SpaceX on Tuesday successfully completed a flight of less than a minute of the largest prototype ever tested of the future rocket Starship, which the company hopes to use one day to colonise Mars.

NASA Astronauts Describe Descent in SpaceX Dragon Capsule, 'Sounds Like an Animal' | Technology News
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The two NASA astronauts brought back to Earth on Sunday said they felt they were inside the belly of a beast as it careened into the atmosphere at 17,500 mph.

NASA astronauts splash down to Earth after historic mission - YouTube
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Two NASA astronauts are back home in Houston after a historic return to Earth. It was the first splashdown by U.S. astronauts in 45 years, and the first comm...

Virgin Galactic Offers a Peek at Passenger Rocket SpaceShipTwo’s Cabin | Technology News
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Virgin Galactic revealed the cabin of its commercial spaceliner, SpaceShipTwo, in an online event. Featuring a dozen windows for viewing, the spacecraft also features mood lighting and G force-adjusting seats.

China Mars Probe Tianwen-1 Photographs Earth en Route to Red Planet | Technology News
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China's first Mars probe, Tianwen-1, has beamed back a photo of the Earth and the Moon as it heads toward its destination. The image was taken 1.2 million km away from Earth, three days after launch.

How China’s Tianwen-1 Mars mission compares with Nasa’s Perseverance rover | South China Morning Post
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China and the US both launched rovers to Mars in the past week, but they’re designed for different things.

NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars - YouTube
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NASA launched its Perseverance rover on a seven-month journey to Mars, where it will search for signs of past life on the red planet. CBS News' Chris Martine...

#EZScience: Preparing to Launch the Perseverance Rover to Mars - YouTube
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In this “On the Go” episode of #EZScience, we’re on the scene at Kennedy Space Center with the rocket that will take the Perseverance rover and the Ingenuity...

School Girls in India Discover Earth-Bound Asteroid | Technology News
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Two 14-year-old girls from India have discovered an Earth-bound asteroid by poring through images from a University of Hawaii telescope. They have been receiving training at the SPACE India private institute.

Anker Soundcore Space NC Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones Launched in India at Rs. 10,999 | Technology News
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The Anker Soundcore Space NC noise cancelling wireless headphones are now available on Flipkart for Rs. 10,999. The device is equipped with 40mm drivers, Bluetooth 5.0 and comes with an 18-month warranty.

US, China jockey for advantage in space race | TheHill
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A 21st century space race is heating up this month as both China and the United States launch missions to Mars.

37 Recently Active Volcanic Structures Identified on Venus | Technology News
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Scientists have identified 37 volcanic structures on Venus that appear to be recently active - and probably still are today - painting the picture of a geologically dynamic planet and not a dormant world as long thought.

Researchers Rediscover 'Lost Planet' Using New Method in Another Step Towards Finding Habitable Planets | Technology News
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Researchers from University of Warwick in the UK rediscovered the planet named NGTS-11b using the Next-Generation Transit Survey (NGTS) telescopes in Chile. The planet was originally found in 2018 using data from NASA’s TESS telescope which scans for a dip in light from the star to identify a planet.

China Launches Mars Probe in Space Race With US | Technology News
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China launched a rover to Mars on Thursday, a journey coinciding with a similar US mission as the powers take their rivalry into deep space.

Scientists reveal first-ever photo of a solar system like ours - CBS News
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The incredibly rare family portrait highlights two baby exoplanets orbiting a very young, sun-like star.

US and UK accuse Russia of launching new space weapon - CNNPolitics
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The US and UK militaries on Thursday accused Russia of conducting a space-based anti-satellite weapons test earlier this month, saying that a Russian satellite released an object capable of targeting a satellite.

How to See Comet Neowise Before It’s Gone | WIRED
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The comet will make its closest approach to Earth on Thursday before it fades into black. Here's how you can catch a glimpse.

Likely active volcanoes found on Venus, defying theory of dormant planet | Science | The Guardian
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Researchers identify 37 ring-like structures known as coronae that are believed to be living volcanoes

SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule with US astronauts returns on 2 August after historic ISS docking- Technology News, Firstpost
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The first crewed flight of the Dragon-2 capsule in May this year carried two astronauts to the ISS on a two-month mission.

Extraction, Money Heist, The Wrong Missy Drove Netflix’s Lockdown-Hit Quarter | Entertainment News
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Chris Hemsworth-starrer Extraction was the most watched title on Netflix this past lockdown-hit quarter (between April and June). 99 million tuned into Extraction. Money Heist season 4 brought in 65 million viewers. That was followed by 59 million for The Wrong Missy. All numbers are for the first 28 days post-release.

International Space Station Power Upgrades Nearly Finished After NASA Spacewalk | Technology News
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NASA executed its third spacewalk in a mission to replace old batteries on the International Space Station. Launched in 2017, the mission aimed to replace 48 power units. A fourth spacewalk is scheduled next week for other tasks.

Free Watch Dogs 2, Watch Dogs: Legion, Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and More at Ubisoft Forward | Technology News
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Watch Dogs 2 free, release dates for Watch Dogs: Legion, Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Brawlhalla on mobile, Hyper Space open beta, Ghost Recon Breakpoint AI teammates — the biggest announcements from Ubisoft Forward.

NASA's Perseverance Rover Will Scour Mars for Signs of Life | Technology News
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NASA's most advanced Mars rover, Perseverance, launches from Earth on July 30, on a mission to seek out signs of ancient microbial life on what was once a river delta three-and-a-half billion years ago.

UAE Mars Probe Launch Delayed Further Over Bad Weather at Japan Launch Site | Technology News
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UAE had to delay the launch of its Mars probe, again due to bad weather at the Japan launch site. The original launch was planned for Wednesday, but was delayed until Friday. Now, UAE delayed the launch further due to continuing bad weather. A new date will be announced soon.

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