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The Apollo 11 moon landing is arguably one of the great achievements of the 20th century — an event that sparked scientific and technological advances... [Read More]
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Standing beside his 1966 Volkswagen Beetle on Tuesday, Steve Foote looks as if he is about to walk into NASA's mission control room in Houston... [Read More]
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Crowds gathered 50 years ago — on July 16, 1969 — in Florida to watch the beginning of the historic lunar mission. [Read More]
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The United Arab Emirates first astronaut, Hazzaa Al Mansoori, will launch to the International Space Station in September. [Read More]
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Jim Bridenstine was sitting in his fifth grade Language Arts class in 1986 when his teacher, Mrs. Powers, rushed in, tears streaming down her face.... [Read More]
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Less than 24 hours after being named head of NASA's human exploration division, former astronaut Ken Bowersox said the agency is trying to speed up... [Read More]
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It's July 13, 1969, and the launch of Apollo 11's moon mission takes place in three days. NASA astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael... [Read More]
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"It's not a race anymore," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told the Houston Chronicle. "The 1960s are over. It's about international collaboration; it's about American leadership." [Read More]
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NASA still could be held liable for what happens on the International Space Station even after transferring operations to commercial companies, a space law expert... [Read More]
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