The following are statements from Margaret Vo Schaus, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, and Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy on Friday’s U.S. Senate confirmation of Vo Schaus as NASA’s chief financial officer. […]
Previous research has offered circumstantial evidence that Ganymede, the largest moon in the solar system, contains more water than all of Earth’s oceans. […]
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Researchers will use NASA’s upcoming James Webb Space Telescope to study Beta Pictoris, an intriguing young planetary system that sports at least two planets, a jumble of smaller, rocky bodies, and a dusty disk. […]
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NASA has selected Space Exploration Technologies Corp. of California, to provide launch services for Earth’s first mission to conduct detailed investigations of Jupiter’s moon Europa. […]
The post NASA Awards Launch Services Contract for the Europa Clipper Mission to Jupiter first appeared on Space Coast Daily.
NASA is making final preparations for its Perseverance Mars rover to collect its first-ever sample of Martian rock, which future planned missions will transport to Earth. […]
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Safety is paramount for NASA’s quiet supersonic flight team who are making great strides in preparing for future flight testing with the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology aircraft. […]
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NASA astronaut and former U.S. Marine Col. Doug Hurley is retiring from NASA after 21 years of service. His last day with the agency is July 16. […]
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On July 4, 2016, our Juno spacecraft arrived at Jupiter on a mission to peer through the gas giant planet’s dense clouds and answer questions about the origins of our solar system. […]
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NASA is leading an effort, working with the Department of Energy, to advance space nuclear technologies. […]
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NASA will provide live coverage of a new Russian science module’s launch and automated docking to the International Space Station, and the undocking of another module that has been part of the orbital outpost for the past 20 years. […]
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In this photo, Deputy Administrator Pamela Melroy hugs Travis Thompson, former Closeout Crew Lead who served for nearly 100 missions. […]
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In July 2011, Space Shuttle Atlantis launched into space for the last time on the STS-135 mission. STS-135 was the 33rd flight of Atlantis, as well as the 135th and final mission of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program, focused on delivering critical supplies and equipment to the International Space Station. […]
In the mid-2030s, every U.S. coast will experience rapidly increasing high tide floods, when a lunar cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by climate change. […]
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Due to forecasted extreme weather off the coast of Florida, SpaceX CRS-22 undocking is now planned for no earlier than July 7.
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Some 50 miles up, where Earth’s atmosphere blends into space, the air itself hums with an electric current. Scientists call it the atmospheric dynamo, an Earth-sized electric generator. […]
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NASA’s SpaceX Dragon cargo freighter, loaded with approximately 5,000 pounds of scientific experiments and other cargo from the International Space Station, will depart Tuesday, July 6. […]
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Live coverage of Russia’s Progress 78 cargo spacecraft’s launch and docking to the International Space Station will begin at 7 p.m. EDT Tuesday, June 29, on NASA Television, the agency’s website, and the NASA app. […]
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After six months of check-out and calibration in orbit, the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite will make its first two data streams available to the public on June 22. […]
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NASA’s Minority University Research and Education Project Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry, or OCEAN, has awarded cooperative agreements to 10 universities for projects that will support NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in seeking a better understanding of the ocean’s role in the Earth system. […]
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The beauty of our home planet is shown in this long exposure photograph. […]
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