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NASA's long-term plans are opening up the ISS to a whole new world of possibilities.
The image was taken some 56 miles from the surface of the moon by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Space IL launched Beresheet on February 22 and after multiple maneuvers attempted to land the spacecraft on the moon, but a technical error during the landing caused the spacecraft to crash.
Scientists discover finger-like trails extending down slopes that come in Martian summer, fade in winter; experts speculate briny water.
Scientists prepare Juno spacecraft for five-year journey to the fifth planet; lead scientist explains: "Jupiter holds a lot of key secrets about how we formed."
NASA picks Mars' giant 96 mile-wide Gale crater as the next stop of the new rover that will land on the Red Planet next year.
Atlantis’ tested out new system to avoid dumping water into space; device has already been installed in places with water purification challenges.
By SHARON UDASIN
NASA to rely on US firms for delivering supplies to space station in future; Russia will take on job of flying out US crew.
Atlantis due back in Florida later this week; mission is 135th and last in shuttle program; shuttle delivered year of supplies to space station.
The last mission of NASA's 30-year-old space shuttle program, is due to end with a landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
US president makes a very long-distance phone call to astronauts on the final mission of NASA's space shuttle program.
Telstar I, funded by AT&T and launched by NASA in 1962, transmitted the world’s first intercontinental television signals and satellite telephone call.
By MICHAEL OMER-MAN
Atlantis, on its last mission, is bringing tons of food, equipment to space station; NASA cancels future flights due to high operating costs.
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