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NASA Rocket Launch Deemed A Failure

It's the second consecutive failure of a shipment to the space station and the third in eight months.

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It’s the 10th Anniversary of the Historic Landing on Saturn’s Moon Titan

In 2014, the European Space Agency (ESA) did the incredible: it landed a probe on a comet. But this wasn't its first rodeo. Ten years ago, it parked a probe on the hazy, alien moon of Titan.

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NASA Can See Your Christmas Lights From Space [VIDEO]

NASA is reporting that some cities and communities can be seen from space with up to 50 per cent more brightness during the holiday season!

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Countdown To Mars Has Acadiana Ties

America's next important space mission has a very unique Acadiana connection.

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NASA Scrubs Launch Of Global Warming Satellite

The Delta 2 rocket was supposed to launch early today over Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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Lafayette Professor’s Experiment Headed Into Space

NASA delayed the launch of Falcon 9, originally scheduled for Sunday, to March 30, which has also stalled the experiment hitching a ride on the ship to the space station.

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NASA Plotting Mission To Jupiter Moon That Might Support Life

Astronomers have long lobbied for a mission to Europa, but it would cost billions of dollars.

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NASA Launches Robotic Explorer To Mars

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA's newest robotic explorer, Maven, is on its way to Mars.

The Maven spacecraft blasted off aboard an unmanned rocket from Cape Canaveral on Monday. It will take Maven 10 months to reach Mars following a journey of more than 440 million miles

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Scott Carpenter, 2nd US Astronaut In Orbit Dies

DENVER (AP) — The second American to orbit the Earth and one of the last surviving original Mercury 7 astronauts has died.

Astronaut Scott Carpenter was 88.

His wife, Patty Barrett, says Carpenter died of complications from a stroke in a Denver hospice

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New Commercial Supply Ship Reaches Space Station

NASA's newest delivery service pulled up at the International Space Station on Sunday after a week's delay, bringing more than a half-ton of meals and special treats to the astronauts who assisted in the high-flying feat.

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NASA Finds Planets Ideal For Life

NASA's planet-hunting telescope has discovered two planets that seem like ideal places for some sort of life to flourish. They are just the right size and in just the right place near their star.

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NASA: If Asteroid Coming, ‘Pray’

Last month's unprecedented encounters with foreign bodies from space, one a predicted miss and the other an unexpected direct hit, prompted Congress to approach NASA, the Air Force, and the White House what they're doing to prepare for imminent impacts from near-Earth asteroids and their ilk.

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