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This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.Scientists and space junkies got some good news from NASA on Friday: The space agency announced it would keep the Hubble Space Telescope's science operations going at least through April 30, 2016. The three-year extension will cost NASA $76 million,...
It could take several months for aerospace experts to design a manned mission to a Martian moon. Students pulled off the feat in five days. Caltech hosted a competition on its Pasadena campus this week that divided 32 students from 21 different...
Has an instrument aboard the International Space Station detected a sign of dark matter? Scientists have been on pins and needles since Samuel Ting, an MIT physicist and Nobel laureate who leads the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer experiment, coyly...
“The combat system is the brain that helps you fire ‘the bullet,’ which is actually an extremely complex missile,” Danielle Hilliard says of her highly technical job in air and missile defense. She uses simple visual images to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRecalling his first tour of the former Allegheny Energy headquarters on Downsville Pike, Washington County Board of Education member Wayne D. Ridenour said he thought of the possibility the office building could house the school system’s...
NASA wants to send haikus to Mars, and you — yes, you! — might be just the poet for the job. The space agency plans to launch a spacecraft to study the upper layers of the Red Planet’s atmosphere in November. But before the Mars...
Meeting the evolving healthcare needs of our community requires both flexibility and investment. In the tradition of our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, Mission Hospital - Laguna Beach is committed to ensuring everyone in our communities...
Asteroid (101955)1999 RQ36 doesn't really roll off the tongue, but asteroid Bennu? That's an asteroid that a person, a country and the world can get excited about. This week, NASA announced that 9-year-old Michael Toler Puzio of North Carolina had won...
May is a great month to see a lovely collection of constellations with your own eyes and view objects studied by NASA spacecraft and telecopes. Use the moon to help locate the constellations this month. - On May 13 the crescent moon is between the...
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Jason Kalirai doesn't just reach for the stars. He pulls them close and studies them — and encourages others to do so, as well. For two years, Kalirai, an award-winning astrophysicist at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, worked...
Tags: NASA, Applied Physics, Science and Technology, Research, Science
British billionaire Richard Branson’s commercial space venture Virgin Galactic got one step closer to carrying tourists into space when a test pilot cracked the sound barrier over the Mojave Desert. For the first time, the company's SpaceShipTwo...
With a sonic boom that resounded above the Mojave Desert, a rocket plane belonging to British billionaire Richard Branson's commercial space venture Virgin Galactic got one step closer to carrying tourists into space. On Monday the company's...
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