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NASA One-Year Mission Astronauts Get Set For 350 Days In Space

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

How does the human body respond to long-duration spaceflight? Does radiation present a problem? How about long periods of weightlessness? And what about the isolation? We're about to find out. NASA's "One-Year Mission" launches at 3:42 p.m. Show More Summary

It's The End Of March And 99.85% Of California Is Abnormally Dry Already

With NASA scientists warning about California only having one year of water left, it appears The Kardashians and March Madness continue to distract Americans from the ugly looming reality of water shortages. With summer around the corner,...Show More Summary

Scott Kelly spends year in space

On Friday, March 27, astronaut Scott Kelly will smash the U.S. endurance record for the longest continuous time in space. The one-year mission will provide NASA with invaluable data as his twin brother, Mark Kelly, undergoes the same tests on Earth.        

On Friday, half a pair of twins leaves for a year in space. Here’s why that’s awesome.

5 days agoHealth : The Checkup

When Astronaut Scott Kelly volunteered to spend a year in space, he asked NASA scientists whether they'd take advantage of the near-perfect copy he'd be leaving behind: His twin brother Mark, who retired from spaceflight in 2011 after four shuttle flights.Read full article >>

16 fascinating facts about NASA's Mars rovers

5 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

NASA's Opportunity and Curiosity rovers have been hard at work on Mars; here's how they get the job done

High Alert

5 days agoHumor / odd : Snopes

Rumor: Asteroid 2014-YB35 has NASA on "high alert."

NASA aims to pluck boulder from asteroid, bring it to the moon

NASA's next marquee mission might be described as the great asteroid boulder pluck.

Astronaut Scott Kelly braces for yearlong space flight

5 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

NASA's Kelly is set to launch Friday on a one-year stay aboard ISS: "My greatest concern is just missing the people on the ground"

NASA Wants to Capture Boulder from Asteroid, Move it to Moon’s Orbit

NASA will be launching a mission in 2020 that will involve grabbing a boulder from an asteroid and hauling it into the moon’s orbit for humans to inspect.

Scientists Locate Perfect Spot for Mars Mission Seeking Alien Life

Jezero Crater, located near the Martian equator, brimmed with fresh water some 4 billion years ago, making the ancient lake a perfect spot to land NASA's 2020 mission to Mars aimed at finding traces of life on the Red Planet.

NASA announces fresh details for Asteroid Retrieval Mission that Congress hates

NASA released new information on its plan for an asteroid retrieval mission today, but the concept faces stiff resistance from the GOP. NASA argues that this mission is critical to its long-term Mars objective.

NASA Takes on Efficient Aircraft for Quieter Skies

Joby Aviation-NASA venture features experimental wings loaded with electric motors for cleaner, smoother rides

Watch how NASA plans to capture an asteroid boulder as first step to Mars mission

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

NASA, on Wednesday, announced its plans to test new capabilities in the mid-2020s for sending humans on deep-space expeditions, including missions to Mars. The project, called the Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM), is expected to be launched in 2020. As part of ARM, an unmanned spacecraft will...

Curiosity rover finds nitrogen on Mars

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In another hopeful sign that Mars was once habitable, NASA's Curiosity rover has detected nitrogen in the soil of the Red Planet for the first time. While NASA doesn't think that the compounds are biological in origin, they are still significant to Mars having been more favorable to life in the ancient past... Show More Summary

NASA Wants To Give The Moon A Moon

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

NASA's Asteroid Redirection Mission (ARM) is an ambitious (and divisive ) plan to take an asteroid, shunt it into lunar orbit, and then send astronauts to take a sample. The mission is a vital stepping-stone on the journey to Mars, and today, NASA finally announced how it will work. Read more...

After 11 Years, Martian Rover Completes a Full Marathon

5 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Image: NASA) Clocking in at 11 years and 2 months, it's a truly awful marathon time. But it's the first marathon ever completed on the surface of another world. On Tuesday, NASA's Opportunity rover crossed the 26.219 mile mark during its sojourn across the red planet. Show More Summary

NASA’s Plan to Give the Moon a Moon

It sounds almost like a late '90s sci-fi flick: NASA sends a spacecraft to an asteroid, plucks a boulder off its surface with a robotic claw, and brings it back in orbit around the moon. The post NASA’s Plan to Give the Moon a Moon appeared first on WIRED.

Meet NASA's Winning Asteroid Redirect Spacecraft, and the Asteroid It May Visit

NASA has decided to pluck a small boulder off a large asteroid, instead of bagging an entire asteroid outright, the agency announced Wednesday.

NASA opts to grab a boulder, not the whole asteroid

5 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

NASA will attempt to pluck a sizable boulder from an asteroid and haul it back to this way for analysis

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