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WASHINGTON — Where should NASA astronauts go next? That's been the question for the past decade, when President George W. Bush ordered a since-canceled mission to return Americans to the moon. And disagreement over the answer continues to...
Earthlings, get ready to say cheese! NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will be taking your picture next month -- from 898 million miles away. If you happen to have your eyes closed or your hair is out of place, don’t worry. All of planet Earth...
It’s been two years since NASA’s space shuttle program came to an end, but thousands of Americans still dream of becoming astronauts. Eight of them – four men and four women – were introduced Monday as NASA’s astronaut...
The International Space Station is making several passes over Maryland this week, a handful of which will be visible in the night sky so long as skies stay clear. Some nights the spacecraft will appear brighter than others, and some nights its flyover...
Tags: Science and Technology, Astronomy
WASHINGTON — Add this to your worry list: Orbiting somewhere near Earth are an estimated 13,000 asteroids big enough to obliterate Orlando and a good chunk of Central Florida — and NASA has no clue as to when, where or whether they might...
NASA is getting serious about protecting the Earth from asteroids, and the space agency wants your help. If you have thoughts on how NASA can efficiently identify potentially hazardous asteroids, or ideas for improving the agency's preliminary plans for...
Tags: Science and Technology, NASA
firstname.lastname@example.orgNicholas Johnson has never been one for crowds. When he was younger, a trip to a restaurant or retail store often would send Nick into loud shrieks and convulsive movements. Once, during a trip to the grocery store when he was about 8, he began rocking...
WASHINGTON — NASA is an agency known for going big: big missions, big rockets, big budgets. But nestled in California's Silicon Valley is one NASA unit headed in the opposite direction. Its latest mission is tiny but has led to big expectations...
WASHINGTON — In trying to sell the idea of building a new rocket pad in Central Florida, Frank DiBello doesn't make comparisons to "Star Wars," "Star Trek" or moon landings. Instead, the head of Space Florida relies on a more earthbound analogy:...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Partnership for cruise line The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, is to...
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