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NASA's First Ever Asteroid Mission Set For Launch

NASA's First Ever Asteroid Mission Set For Launch

08 Sep 2016

Washington: Bolted to the top of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will lift off on Thursday to study an asteroid and return to Earth seven years later with a sample for first-hand analysis.

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<strong>NASA</strong> Is Chasing Asteroid Like Never Before

NASA Is Chasing Asteroid Like Never Before

07 Sep 2016

Cape Canaveral (US): NASA is going after an asteroid this week like never before. It's launching a spacecraft to the exotic black rock named Bennu, vacuuming up handfuls of gravel from the surface, and then in a grand finale, delivering the pay dirt all the way back to Earth.

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Venus Could Have Once Hosted Life: <strong>NASA</strong>

Venus Could Have Once Hosted Life: NASA

13 Aug 2016

New York: Today's Venus is a hellish world with temperatures reaching 462 degrees Celsius at its surface and almost not water vapour, but for up to two billion years of its early history, the planet could have hosted life, a NASA study says.

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<strong>NASA</strong> Selects Six US Firms To Develop Habitats For Mars Mission

NASA Selects Six US Firms To Develop Habitats For Mars Mission

11 Aug 2016

Washington: NASA has selected six US companies to help develop prototypes and concepts of deep space habitats for future manned missions to Mars.

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<strong>NASA</strong> astronauts train underwater to mimic Mars mission

NASA astronauts train underwater to mimic Mars mission

23 Jul 2016

Washington: NASA has sent a team of astronauts to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean on a 16-day mission  to prepare for future deep space missions and the journey to Mars.

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Cosmic record to detect hydrogen in distant galaxy smashed

Cosmic record to detect hydrogen in distant galaxy smashed

03 Jun 2016

Washington: Scientists have pushed the limits of radio astronomy to detect a faint signal emitted by hydrogen gas in a galaxy more than five billion light years away - almost double the previous record.

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<strong>NASA</strong> continues to unlock secrets of our solar system

NASA continues to unlock secrets of our solar system

18 Jul 2016

Washington: As we wait for Juno's first close-up images of Jupiter, NASA continues to explore our solar system to help answer fundamental questions about whether we are alone in the universe.

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Huge craters missing from dwarf planet Ceres: <strong>NASA</strong>

Huge craters missing from dwarf planet Ceres: NASA

28 Jul 2016

Washington: In an intriguing find, scientists associated with NASA's Dawn spacecraft have discovered a mysterious disappearance of a significant number of large craters on dwarf planet Ceres, indicating something has happened to it.

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Mars Gullies Likely Not Formed By Liquid Water: Study

Mars Gullies Likely Not Formed By Liquid Water: Study

31 Jul 2016

Washington: Gullies on Mars are likely not being formed by flowing liquid water, scientists using data from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have found.

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<strong>NASA</strong> exploring our solar system like never before

NASA exploring our solar system like never before

19 Jul 2016

Washington: As we wait for Juno's first close-up images of Jupiter on August 27, NASA continues to explore our solar system to help answer fundamental questions about how we came to be, where we are going and whether we are alone in the universe.

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