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Space in transition: How Obama's White House charted a new course for NASA

Our Horizon Goal series on NASA's human spaceflight program continues with part 3, in which newly elected President Barack Obama and his transition team search for a NASA administrator, commission a review of the Constellation program and decide whether to extend the life of the ISS.

NASA just made a very important step toward getting humans to Mars

They just finished a successful test run of the rocket engine required to launch us into deep space. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Rocket Engine, Deep Space, Mars, and Space

‘Living Alien UFO Spaceships’ Are Proliferating On Saturn’s Ring, Warns NASA Scientist Norman Bergrun [Video]

A NASA scientist, Normal Bergrun, claims that massive “living alien UFO spaceships” are “proliferating” on Saturn’s Rings. The NASA Scientist, a distinguished engineer who has worked with NASA’s Ames Research Center, has stated during...Show More Summary

NASA Releases New Panoramic 360° Footage of Mars (VIDEO)

The latest gem for the scientists community provided by the innovative robot that now inhabits the Red Planet is extensive video footage that will be scoured by researchers in hopes of yielding new discoveries.

Good Job Humanity, NASA Has Accepted Sad Levels of Sea Ice As a 'New Normal' 

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Arctic Ocean is seeing a rapid amount of ice loss this season, but NASA scientists aren’t too alarmed. Read more...

Space and booze, an anecdotal history

From Buzz's holy wine to vetting sherry, alcohol and space mix despite NASA policy.

NASA Scientist Claims Giant UFOs are ‘Proliferating’ in Saturn’s Rings

This isn’t the first time that the scientist has made such claims, but he warns that the situation is “critical” with living alien spaceships in our solar system "proliferating" faster than ever.

Low arctic sea ice is the ‘new normal,” says NASA

last weekNews : The Raw Story

The melting sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is a problem that environmentalists are trying to solve — or, at the very least, slow down. While the 2016 calendar year will not be record breaking, rapid ice loss is an ongoing issue that is the “new normal,” according to experts at the National Aeronautics...

NASA's Asteroid-Hunting Spacecraft Set to Launch September 8 to Obtain 'Primeval' Sample

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will launch next month, specifically on September 8, from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The agency anticipates it to travel towards an asteroid named Bennu.

NASA wants to hand over the ISS to a private corporation by the mid 2020s

NASA is looking to shift its focus from low-Earth orbit to Mars and beyond, but what does that mean for the International Space Station? The current end date for NASA support of the […]

Europa Mission may Have Budget Squeeze in FY 2017

While NASA says its support for a mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa is now aligned with Congress, project officials are preparing for a possible “squeeze” on mission funding in the next fiscal year.In presentations at an Aug. 11 meeting...Show More Summary

NASA astronauts complete space walk

NASA astronauts Kate Rubins and Jeff Williams completed a space walk outside the International Space Station Friday. Former NASA astronaut Tom Jones joins CBSN's Reena Ninan and Vladimir Duthiers with more on space exploration.

NASA monitors the 'new normal' of sea ice

This year's melt season in the Arctic Ocean and surrounding seas started with a bang, with a record low maximum extent in March and relatively rapid ice loss through May. The melt slowed down in June, however, making it highly unlikely that this year's summertime sea ice minimum extent will set a new record. read more

NASA sees Tropical Storm Lionrock south of Japan

Tropical Storm Lionrock was moving south of Japan when NASA's Terra satellite passed overhead and looked at the large storm in infrared light. On Aug. 19 at 9:10 a.m. EDT (13:10 UTC) the Moderate Resolution Imaging SpectroradiometerShow More Summary

NASA spots strong convection in strengthening Tropical Storm Kay

NASA's Aqua satellite passed over tropical cyclone Kay as it was designated a depression in the Eastern Pacific and identified areas of strong convection. That strong uplift of air continued to generate more powerful storms in the system and on Aug. Show More Summary

NASA sees wind shear affecting Tropical Storm Fiona

An image from NASA's Aqua satellite showed that southwesterly wind shear was affecting Tropical Storm Fiona, pushing clouds to the northeast of the center. On August 18 at 12:05 p.m. EDT (16:05 UTC) the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS instrument that flies aboard NASA's Aqua satellite provided a visible light image Fiona. Show More Summary

For sale: Gently used space station

NASA says it wants to eventually hand over the International Space Station for commercial research. Video provided by Newsy        

NASA spies Tropical Storm Mindulle's southern side strength

NASA's Terra satellite provided an infrared view of Tropical Storm Mindulle that showed thunderstorm development was strongest in the southern quadrant of the storm. Mindulle was formerly known as Tropical Depression 10W before it strengthened into a tropical storm. Show More Summary

NASA's Terra Satellite sees Tropical Storm Dianmu over Vietnam

NASA's Terra satellite saw Tropical Storm Dianmu after making landfall in northeastern Vietnam. On Aug. 19 at 3 a.m. EDT (07:00 UTC), the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS instrument that flies aboard NASA's Terra satellite provided a visible light image Dianmu. Show More Summary

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