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NASA: Civilian space and aeronautics agency of the United States
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government responsible for the civilian space program, aeronautics research, and space research.

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Scientists Take Giant First Step Toward Lunar Farming [Video]

Scientists Take Giant First Step Toward Lunar Farming

Scientists Take, Giant First Step , Toward Lunar Farming. 'Time' reports that NASA's Artemis program aims to return American astronauts to the moon and establish permanent lunar bases. 'Time'..

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NASA releases photo of Mars showing door-like structure in mountains |Oneindia News [Video]

NASA releases photo of Mars showing door-like structure in mountains |Oneindia News

A recent photograph of Mars sent by the Mars Curiosity rover shows a door-like structure in the middle of the mountain-like structure, which has led to speculations of someone or something might be..

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Asteroid, bigger than most building, approaching Earth | Oneindia News [Video]

Asteroid, bigger than most building, approaching Earth | Oneindia News

Scientists at NASA have warned that an asteroid, the size of which far exceeds most of the tall buildings on Earth, is approaching our planet. #Hugeasteroidapproachingus #NASA

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Forecasters Warn Earth May Hit Critical Warming Threshold Before 2026 [Video]

Forecasters Warn Earth May Hit Critical Warming Threshold Before 2026

Forecasters Warn , Earth May Hit Critical Warming Threshold , Before 2026. 'Time' reports that the Earth is inching closer to a warming threshold that multiple international agreements are aimed at..

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'Super Flower Blood Moon' Lunar Eclipse Will Happen This Weekend [Video]

'Super Flower Blood Moon' Lunar Eclipse Will Happen This Weekend

'Super Flower Blood Moon' , Lunar Eclipse , Will Happen This Weekend. The 'super flower blood moon' lunar eclipse will begin on Sunday, May 15. It begins at exactly 10:27 p.m. EST and takes about an..

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Astronomers Discover Rare Reversed Black Hole For the First Time [Video]

Astronomers Discover Rare Reversed Black Hole For the First Time

Astronomers Discover Rare, Reversed Black Hole , For the First Time. 'The Independent' reports that NASA has detected what they believe to be the spontaneous reversal of a black hole's magnetic..

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Earth to closely encounter a 1.8 km wide asteroid in May, says NASA | Oneindia News [Video]

Earth to closely encounter a 1.8 km wide asteroid in May, says NASA | Oneindia News

A 1.8-kilometer-wide potentially hazardous asteroid is set to come close to Earth as it passes in its orbit around the Sun. As per reports, the close encounter with Earth is set for the end of this..

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Surface land temperature exceeds 60°C in parts of northwest India | Oneindia News [Video]

Surface land temperature exceeds 60°C in parts of northwest India | Oneindia News

Many images captured by satellites on Saturday revealed that the surface land temperature over some parts of northwest India exceeded 60 degrees Celsius. The images of the land surface were captured by..

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Here’s How To See the Partial Solar Eclipse Occurring Soon [Video]

Here’s How To See the Partial Solar Eclipse Occurring Soon

Partial Solar Eclipse Will Occur Soon, Here's How to See It . The partial solar eclipse will occur on April 30. According to NASA, the areas where people will have the best visibility of the eclipse..

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SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA [Video]

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA

SpaceX launched four astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Wednesday, less than two days after completing a flight chartered by millionaires.

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NASA’s Perseverance rover captures footage of solar eclipse on Mars [Video]

NASA’s Perseverance rover captures footage of solar eclipse on Mars

NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover captured footage of Phobos, one of Mars’s two moons, crossing the face of the sun on April 2, NASA said.

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How to Catch the Peak of the Lyrid Meteor Shower [Video]

How to Catch the Peak of the Lyrid Meteor Shower

How to Catch the Peak, of the Lyrid Meteor Shower. CNN reports that the Lyrid meteor shower will reach its peak overnight on April 22. . The shower is named after the constellation Lyra...

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NASA's New Mission to the Moon Delayed Once Again [Video]

NASA's New Mission to the Moon Delayed Once Again

NASA's New, Mission to the Moon, Delayed Once Again. 'The Daily Mail' reports that NASA's upcoming Artemis mission to the moon is expected to face further delays. 'The Daily Mail' reports that..

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A massive geomagnetic solar storm to hit earth on 14th April, may cause blackouts | OneIndia News [Video]

A massive geomagnetic solar storm to hit earth on 14th April, may cause blackouts | OneIndia News

Global space agencies NASA and NOAA have reported that the sun is about strike the Earth with a massive solar geomagnetic storm on 14th April. The activity of the sun has significantly ramped up and..

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Study Suggests Marmot Hibernation May Reveal the Secret to Anti-Aging [Video]

Study Suggests Marmot Hibernation May Reveal the Secret to Anti-Aging

Study Suggests, Marmot Hibernation May Reveal, the Secret to Anti-Aging. A new study suggests that hibernating yellow-bellied marmots may hold the key to slowing the aging process. . 'Smithsonian'..

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NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonauts return to Earth [Video]

NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonauts return to Earth

On Wednesday, the record-breaking US NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei and Russian cosmonauts Pyotr Dubrov and Anton Shkaplerov returned to earth from the International Space Station onboard a Soyuz MS-19.

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Biden Administration Looks to Give NASA Historic 2023 Budget [Video]

Biden Administration Looks to Give NASA Historic 2023 Budget

Biden Administration, Looks to Give NASA, Historic 2023 Budget. Biden Administration, Looks to Give NASA, Historic 2023 Budget. On March 28, the Biden administration requested $26 billion for NASA's..

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Remembering Aretha Franklin [Video]

Remembering Aretha Franklin

Remembering Aretha Franklin. Aretha Louise Franklin was born on March 25, 1942, and died on August 16, 2018. Here are five facts to celebrate the “Queen of Soul.”. 1. She was the first woman..

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NASA Releases Sharp Images from James Webb Space Telescope

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Boeing to reattempt Starliner launch after SpaceX humiliation

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Businessmen return from $55m trip to space station after over-staying by a week

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The first all-private crew to travel to the International Space Station, comprised of three millionaire businessmen and their former NASA astronaut escort, is returning to Earth today
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Scientists Broadcasting New Radio Message to Aliens, Updated 'Arecibo'

If alien life is out there in this great, big universe, we're doing our best to reach it with a new message -- and this time, it's got some algebra attached. Just in case they're big on math. NASA is..
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Hazardous gases cancel 'wet test' of NASA's next-generation moon rocket

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NASA has cancelled an important "wet test" of the Artemis 1 Space Launch System (SLS) due to safety concerns with its $1bn launch platform.
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NASA astronaut's return aboard Russian capsule shows war on Earth hasn't soured relations in space

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A NASA astronaut caught a ride back to Earth aboard a Russian Soyuz capsule, bringing to an end a US record 355 days aboard the International Space Station.
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Space station boss says 'no tensions' after Russian joke that US astronaut would be left behind

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Despite heated exchanges and deteriorating relations back on Earth, cooperation between Russia and the US on the International Space Station will continue, according to NASA.
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S.I. Reveals Diverse 'Swim Search' Finalists for Swimsuit Issue

Sports Illustrated's next Swimsuit Issue is gonna have a first ... first ICU nurse, first breast cancer survivor, first NASA physicist or first indigenous model -- they're all in the running, and all..
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Private space company CEO 'deeply sorry' after messing up NASA launch

The chief executive of a private spaceflight company has said he is "deeply sorry" after accidentally destroying four tiny NASA satellites in a failed launch.
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NASA moves closer to bringing Mars rock samples back to Earth

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Mankind has taken another step in its unprecedented task of bringing Martian rock, sediment and atmospheric samples to Earth for analysis.
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NASA plans to take International Space Station out of orbit in January 2031

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Says Webb Telescope Isn't Meant To Challenge Religion

Neil deGrasse Tyson says the new NASA telescope observing the origins of the early universe isn't a shot across the bow at religion ... but being flexible is the key. The famed astrophysicist joined us..
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NASA Launches Most Powerful Telescope Ever into Space

There's gonna be less space in space, because the newest clutter is the most powerful telescope ever hurled into the heavens, and it promises a new, never-before-seen look that could alter the way..
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NASA probe 'touches the sun' in landmark spaceflight

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A solar probe has flown through the Sun's outer atmosphere for the first time, newly analysed data has confirmed.
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NASA cancels spacewalk Over fears deadly space junk could pierce astronauts' suits

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NASA has called off a spacewalk due to the threat of dangerous space debris.
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NASA delays launch of new James Webb Space Telescope after 'incident'

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NASA has delayed the launch of its new James Webb Space Telescope following an "incident" that happened affecting its connection to the rocket.
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'Rare postcard' from Mars as NASA inspired by rover's view of red planet's sweeping landscape

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NASA has released a "rare postcard" from Mars after being inspired by a "remarkable" image that its rover sent back from the red planet.
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SpaceX Blasts Off to Crash Into an Asteroid

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NASA mission or no, thousands of people could still be killed by a completely unpredictable asteroid impact

nasa mission or no, thousands of people could still be killed by a completely unpredictable asteroid impact
Before we get too excited about NASA's asteroid deflection test, we should recognise that humanity is very bad at predicting impacts.
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NASA launches first ever asteroid deflection mission

A spacecraft has been launched from California this morning carrying with it humanity's greatest hopes of being able to protect our planet from a cataclysmic asteroid impact.
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NASA prepares to deflect asteroid for first time in planetary defence test

nasa prepares to deflect asteroid for first time in planetary defence test
NASA is set to launch a spacecraft to test whether it can deflect an asteroid away from a potentially catastrophic collision with Earth.
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Why Delhi becomes 'smog capital' of world every year? NASA study reveals

Delhi's air quality remained in the 'very poor' category for the sixth consecutive day on Friday, according to SAFAR.
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What is Word of the Year 2021 according to Cambridge Dictionary? (clue: it's not 'pandemic')

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The word of the year for 2021 - according to the Cambridge Dictionary - is "perseverance", with editors crediting global interest in NASA's mission to Mars.
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Isro prevents Chandrayaan-2 collision with Nasa's LRO


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NASA delays moon landings as China becomes 'aggressive competitor' in space race

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NASA astronauts to wear nappies on journey back from ISS due to broken toilet

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Astronauts who are set to depart the International Space Station as early as this weekend will have to wear nappies on the way home because of their capsule's broken toilet.
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Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin loses legal fight to take part in NASA moon landings

jeff bezos's blue origin loses legal fight to take part in nasa moon landings
A judge has dismissed Jeff Bezos's private spaceflight company Blue Origin's lawsuit against NASA over the awarding of a moon-landing contract to SpaceX.
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NASA delays SpaceX launch due to mysterious medical issue

NASA has postposed the launch of a SpaceX rocket taking four astronauts to the International Space Station on unspecified medical grounds.
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Mumbai, Chennai and other Indian cities may submerge underwater due to climate change

NASA has recently released a list of cities that are likely to get submerged underwater due to the excessive climate change in this century.
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NASA telescope discovers first possible planet outside of Milky Way galaxy

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Scientists believe they may have discovered the first known planet outside of our own galaxy. 
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US conducts 'successful' test of hypersonic missile technology

The test, conducted Wednesday at a NASA facility in Wallops, Virginia, is a "vital step in the development of a Navy-designed common hypersonic missile," the navy said in a statement.
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NASA launches first probe to head to asteroid 'swarm', exploring origins of solar system

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NASA has launched a probe into space that will fly to a 'swarm' of asteroids orbiting the sun for the first time to look into the origins of the solar system.
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NASA examines the mysteries of distant 'Einstein Ring' galaxy seen by Hubble

Scientists have examined the mysteries of a distant galaxy made visible not just by the Hubble Space Telescope but also a deep-space optical phenomenon known as an "Einstein Ring".
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NASA announces landing site for robotic moon rover mission

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