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[IN PHOTOS] Snaps of Nebulae Named After Animals Taken by the Hubble Space Telescope

The Hubble Space Telescope has snapped countless of jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring photos of what it sees in space through the years. Nebulae, in particular, have been a frequent subject of the Hubble’s photos. A number of nebulae that the Hubble has taken photos of are actually named after animals here on Earth. Can you guess which …

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Astronaut shows what happens when you wring wet cloth in space

It’s real fun to observe astronauts in space bouncing around in zero gravity. Though we theoretically know that space does not have gravity, actually seeing zero gravity in action is amusing nonetheless. Like solids, liquids act strange in zero gravity. But it’s a bit hard to imagine how that would come to be. An astronaut …

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NASA’s Psyche Mission Suffers New Launch Delay

16 Psyche the large metallic asteroid. NASA imagery was used for this composite from … [+] https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/asteroids-comets-and-meteors/asteroids/16-psyche/in-depth/ getty NASA’s much-anticipated mission to the Main Belt Asteroid (16) Psyche has suffered yet another launch delay. The first came in May when NASA pushed back the launch to no earlier than late September. But in a press …

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The Capstone Launch Will Kick Off NASA’s Artemis Moon Program

A toaster-sized probe will soon scope out a special orbit around the moon, the path planned for NASA’s Lunar Gateway space station. The Gateway, to be rolled out later this decade, will be a staging point for the astronauts and gear that will be traveling as part of NASA’s Artemis lunar program. The launch of …

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See NASA Launch Its Unique New ‘Lunar Colonization’ Mission To The Moon This Weekend

CAPSTONE in orbit near the Moon. Illustration by NASA/Daniel Rutter Monday sees the launch window open through June 22 for RocketLab’s Electron rocket, which will send a small spacecraft on a crucial NASA mission to orbit the Moon. Called the Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment (CAPSTONE), the tiny cubesat—about the size …

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Why did NASA abort important ‘Artemis Mission’ rocket test launch with just 29 seconds left on clock?

With just 29 seconds left on the clock for its rocket launch, NASA aborted a crucial test that would’ve been monumental in placing humans on the moon. Why did this happen? Let’s find out. As per NASA, a hydrogen leak within the rocket was the reason behind this abrupt ending. This was the fourth consecutive …

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NASA successfully fuels rocket in test for upcoming mission to the Moon despite leak

NASA’s mission to return man to the Moon has taken a big step forward, following a successful fueling of its giant rocket and a countdown test. The Space Launch System (SLS) rocket test has been beset by delays, with technical and problems thwarting proposed tests in April this year, and financial problems pushing the ambitious …

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What Happens When You Wring A Wet Towel In Space? Viral Video Reveals

The clip features Mr Hadfield wringing a towel in space. New Delhi: Space and its myriad secrets have always fascinated mankind. Now, thanks to the technology, it has become easier to understand and experience several of its faces. A case in point is a video shared by astronaut Chris Hadfield of The Canadian Space Agency …

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An Astronaut Wrings Out A Wet Towel In Space. This Is What Happened Next

The clip features Mr Hadfield wringing a towel in space. New Delhi: Space and its myriad secrets have always fascinated mankind. Now, thanks to the technology, it has become easier to understand and experience several of its faces. A case in point is a video shared by astronaut Chris Hadfield of The Canadian Space Agency …

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