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NASA

<p>National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)</p>

NASA to study causes of solar particle storms

NASA is planning to launch a new mission to study how the Sun generates and releases giant space weather storms -- known as solar particle storms -- into planetary space.

Musk's SpaceX wins NASA award

NASA on Friday picked a new space capsule from Elon Musk's SpaceX to ferry cargo and supplies to the agency's planned lunar space station, a crucial building block to its plans to build a permanent ...

Virus deals blow to NASA's return-to-moon plan

The coronavirus has dealt a blow to NASA's plan to return Americans to the moon by 2024, as the space agency chief on Thursday ordered the temporary closure of two rocket production facilities after ...

'Jupiter not as dry as earlier thought'

The largest planet in our solar system may not be as dry as earlier shown by a NASA probe, according to the first science results revealed by the US space agency's Juno mission on the amount of water ...

NASA seeks next generation of astronauts

Wanted: The next generation of astronauts to walk on the Moon and journey to Mars.You'll need a relevant Master's degree, be prepared to live and work 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth on the ...

Solar Orbiter launches on mission to reveal Sun's secrets

The US-European Solar Orbiter probe launched Sunday night from Florida on a voyage to deepen our understanding of the Sun and how it shapes the space weather that impacts technology back on Earth.The ...

New probe set to launch on mission to map sun's poles

NASA and the European Space Agency are gearing up to send a new probe toward the sun to take a unique look at its blazing poles, an unprecedented view expected to help researchers grasp how the ...

Software issues doomed Boeing Starliner capsule test

Multiple software issues and a poor radio link doomed a test flight of Boeing&rsquo;s crew capsule late last year, NASA said Friday, revealing for the first time a glitch that could have destroyed ...

'Two defunct satellites narrowly miss collision'

Two decommissioned satellites sped past each other Wednesday after experts had warned they may collide at a combined speed of 33,000 miles (53,000 kilometers) an hour, sending thousands of pieces of ...

NASA seeks mission leader for Mars sample return probe

NASA is planning to bring samples from Mars to Earth and the US space agency is seeking a person to lead the mission which is called Mars Sample Return (MSR) Programme.The person will be responsible ...

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