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NASA reveals demolition plan of International Space Station
The International Space Station (ISS) is to be demolished and sent hurtling to Earth in a ‘huge fireworks display’, NASA scientists have revealed.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft sends first images from Saturn rings dive
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has sent back stunning images from its historic dive between Saturn and its rings.
Saturn's moon has three of four requirements for life: NASA
Scientists found hydrogen around hydrothermal vents, similar to those found at the bottom of Earth’s oceans.
Nasa’s space telescope Kepler hit by a cosmic ray event while observing star system
Nasa’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope was hit by a cosmic ray event during a recent campaign to observe TRAPPIST-1, a star system that hosts at least seven Earth-sized planets only 40 light-years away.
NASA orbiter steers clear of Mars moon Phobos
NASA's MAVEN spacecraft performed a previously unscheduled maneuver this week to avoid a collision in the near future with Mars' moon Phobos.
3 potentially habitable planets that could have water found by Nasa
Nasa has announced the discovery of seven Earth-sized planets of which three could hold life, a find that has thrilled not just the planet-hunters but also the scientific community.
NASA to explore ‘ancient object’ that may shed light on origins of solar system
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is on its way to explore a small, ancient object located about 1.6 billion kilometres beyond Pluto, nearly two years after its historic encounter with the icy dwarf planet.
NASA finds link between fire and drought in Africa
Researchers have identified a unique link between fire and drought in Africa. Previous studies have shown the role drought plays in bolstering the risk of wildfire, but the latest research does the opposite.
NASA may build ice homes on Mars to protect astronauts
To protect astronauts from the harsh Martian environment, the best building material for a new home on the Red Planet may lie in ice, said NASA researchers.
How NASA's CO2 simulation could boost climate science
Trapped atmospheric carbon dioxide, according to scientific consensus, has warmed global climates for decades. And now, you can watch it happen.
NASA troubleshooting problem with Mars rover drill
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has halted its trek up a mountain filled with potentially habitable niches for life while engineers troubleshoot a problem with one of its key instruments, scientists said.
NASA launches Space Poop Challenge
Ever taken the time to think about what astronauts do when they need to use the bathroom in space? Inventors worldwide are doing that right now, answering NASA's challenge to find a new portable waste management system.
Evidence of past life on Mars could be found in Chile
Scientists are hoping to discover evidence of past life on Mars by studying a series of hot springs in northern Chile.
How NASA, FEMA would respond to asteroid threat
It's a scary scenario: An asteroid headed for Earth, just four years away from slamming into our home planet.
Iran's space agency 'interested' in cooperating with NASA
The head of Iran's space agency said Tuesday his country is interested in cooperating with NASA.

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