Tag: space

NASA: Neglected Astronauts and Scientific Achievements

After the few fleeting moments spent gazing up at the sun (hopefully not directly) to look at the solar

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The moon is the best backup plan for humankind and should be the only plan for NASA

Humankind has always had an obsession with the moon. Now, there’s a chance that it can actually be inhabited.

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NASA database lost headlines by the gravitational pull of superficial news

Good news space lovers, on Aug. 16, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced its extensive library of

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American government should invest more in space exploration

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration set a record for applicants earlier this month when more than 18,300 people

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Gravitational wave study gives students a new perspective of the universe

Students involved in Cal State Fullerton’s Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Center are not merely stargazing. Established in 2012,

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SpaceX capsule docks with International Space Station

The unmanned SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule reached the International Space Station on Sunday after a technical glitch which delayed

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Mars rover Curiosity takes first dirt sample

NASA’s Mars rover, Curiosity, scooped up its first sample of the planet’s soil Sunday, after picking up evidence two

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