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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.

NASA,   NASA mars mission,   astronauts,   Atlantic Ocean,   Extreme Environment Mission Operations,   NEEMO 21,   science,   science news,  
<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.

NASA,   Secrets of our solar system,   Juno,   Jupiter,   Space,   Universe,   Science,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
<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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NASA's next Mars rover set for 2020 launch

NASA's next Mars rover set for 2020 launch

16 Jul 2016

Washington: The US space agency is ready to proceed with the final design and construction of its next Mars rover, currently targeted to launch in the summer of 2020 and arrive on the Red Planet in February 2021, NASA said.

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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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Juno enters Jupiter's orbit and Google puts it on homepage

Juno enters Jupiter's orbit and Google puts it on homepage

05 Jul 2016

Washington: After Juno, a spinning robotic NASA spacecraft built like a tank entered into the orbit of Juptier, the largest planet in the solar system, search engine giant Google celebrated the momentous occasion with a doodle on its homepage.

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Explore space on your smartphone with NASA's Apple TV app

Explore space on your smartphone with NASA's Apple TV app

23 Jun 2016

Washington: The US space agency has released its popular NASA app for a new platform, the fourth-generation Apple TV  that will provide you access to NASA TV on your TV as well live views from the International Space Station (ISS).

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<strong>NASA</strong> probe captures Pluto in twilight

NASA probe captures Pluto in twilight

06 Jun 2016

Washington: NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has beamed back a stunning image of Pluto, showing sunlight filtering through and illuminating the icy dwarf planet's complex atmospheric haze layers.

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Pluto may have liquid ocean under ice shell: Study

Pluto may have liquid ocean under ice shell: Study

22 Jun 2016

Washington: Present day Pluto may have a liquid ocean sloshing around under its icy crust, according to to a new analysis of data from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.

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'Electric wind' blamed for lack of water on Venus

'Electric wind' blamed for lack of water on Venus

21 Jun 2016

New York: A strong 'electric wind' may have played a significant role in stripping Venus, Earth's twin planet, of its oceans, says a new study by NASA and University College London researchers.

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