Ultima Thule, the last frontier for New Horizons

The New Horizons probe from NASA is currently on its way to the Kuiper Belt. The last time he made the news, he was studying Pluto, the second dwarf planet closest to the Sun. Meanwhile, to this day, New Horizons continues its journey to a new destination, Ultima Thule.

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A woman demands NASA not to remove a vial of lunar dust

Cicco was 10 years old when he received the special gift. His father, Tom Murray, a pilot of the Air Corps of the US Army during World War II, was a close friend of the astronaut. Both were partners of a driver’s club. In the 70s, Armstrong gave the girl…

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NASA’s LRO Observatory: Moon Tour in 4K

In this great journey through the surface of the Moon made by NASA, the camera flies over our satellite, approaching to observe closely various interesting sites, according to data provided by the LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter).

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NASA’s proposed space telescopes: only one can be left

The new giant space telescopes of NASA: only one can be left | Astronautics | Eureka In exchange for not canceling the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) program, the US Congress gave NASA a very simple command: “You will not exceed eight billion dollars.”

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Curiosity discovers how methane changes on Mars

Now, a new study with the data from Curiosity, a rover sent by NASA to Mars, not only confirms the existence of methane in the Martian atmosphere, but also that it occurs seasonally, “something that had never been observed “, Says Jorge Pla-García, a researcher in Planetary Sciences at the…

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Bacteria survive in clean rooms of NASA eating cleaning products (ENG)

A team of scientists led by Rakesh Mogul of the California State Polytechnic University in Pomona has discovered one of the survival tricks of Acinetobacter: these microbes can eat the same cleaning products that are meant to eliminate them. (…) The team found evidence that Acinetobacter could also grow with…

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NASA offers free access to 20 years of Earth observation

NASA has opened access to all the images collected by its Earth and Aqua Earth observation satellites, spanning two decades of changes on our planet. The public can now interactively examine all the global images of the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument quickly and easily from the comfort of…

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NASA’s proposed space telescopes: only one can be left

The new giant space telescopes of NASA: only one can be left | Astronautics | Eureka In exchange for not canceling the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) program, the US Congress gave NASA a very simple command: “You will not exceed eight billion dollars.”

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NASA offers free access to 20 years of Earth observation

NASA has opened access to all the images collected by its Earth and Aqua Earth observation satellites, spanning two decades of changes on our planet. The public can now interactively examine all the global images of the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument quickly and easily from the comfort of…

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NASA offers free access to 20 years of Earth observation

NASA has opened access to all the images collected by its Earth and Aqua Earth observation satellites, spanning two decades of changes on our planet. The public can now interactively examine all the global images of the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument quickly and easily from the comfort of…

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