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NASA's Next Frontier: The Moons of Jupiter

Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist
Last Modified: 03:04 a.m. EST, 17 June 2015

WASHINGTON, (NASA PR) – In their newest search to see if we are truly alone in the universe, NASA has set its sights to Jupiter’s moon Europa. 325 more words

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What's Up for June 2015

What exciting things are happening in the night sky? Check out the video below, from NASA’S Jet Propulsion Laboratory:

Astronomy

The Space Race will never end

The Space Race was never really a challenge between superpowers, but an endless marathon for humans to exceed their limits and go beyond the dimensions of our world. 771 more words

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NASA prepares to test supersonic spacecraft for Mars mission

NASA announced Wednesday that it will perform a second test launch of the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) spacecraft, on Tuesday, June 2, from the the US Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility in Hawaii. 94 more words

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Is This 'International Flag of Planet Earth' the One We'll Plant on Mars?

For Space.comElizabeth Howell writes: A Swedish university student has created a design for an “International Flag of Planet Earth” that could be planted on alien worlds during future human exploration missions. 260 more words

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The German Doctor Version of Howard Wolowitz

T and I are huge HUGE fans of The Big Bang Theory.

For those of you living under a rock for the past several years – this is the premise: it’s about a group of nerds.  368 more words

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NASA Seeks Additional Information for Asteroid Redirect Mission Spacecraft.

NASA has issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking ideas from American companies for a spacecraft design that could be used for both the agency’s Asteroid Redirect Mission ( 680 more words

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