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How to View NASA's Critical Safety Test for Orion's Crew Capsule

Missiles, man, burning the fuse there alone. NASA NASA will test a critical element of the safety of its Orion spacecraft connected to the moon on Tuesday, releasing the module in the atmosphere on the back of Northrop Grumman's amplifier. The Abort-2 (AA-2) climbing test is an important step in NASA's plan to return to the Moon by 2024 and …

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Alabama and its rocket put Apollo 11, the first man on the moon

Florida had Cape Canaveral, launch pad 39A, the countdown, and the liftoff. Houston had Mission Control and the astronauts But America's historic moon landing program would not have gotten started and the landing would not have happened 50 years ago without another key place and the very big thing built there. Apollo 11 50th anniversary The place was Alabama, the …

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Former NASA Director Gene Kranz restores mission control: NPR

Jin Kranz stands behind the console at Mission Control in Houston, where he worked during the Gemini and Apollo missions. Michael Wicke / AP hide inscription switch title Michael Wyke / AP Jin Kranz stands behind the console at Mission Control in Houston, where he worked during the Gemini and Apollo missions. Michael Wicke / AP Gene Kranz may be …

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Today is the Asteroid Day 2019 | The human world

<! – -> Image through Debbie Lewis. The Fifth Annual International Asteroid Day is on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Recognized by the UN, Asteroids Day marks a global opportunity to raise awareness of the threat and opportunities posed by the many rocky bodies approaching space. Five-day broadcast – on asteroids and space themes – began on June 27 and continues …

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More mysterious signals from deep space were discovered

Illustration of a radio telescope listening in FRB. Daniel Foutelar / Breakthrough A new batch of alien signals is taken from the direction of two galaxies outside our Milky Way. So-called fast radio waves (FRB) are one of the more mysterious and unexplained cosmic phenomena that have occurred recently. Several dozens of powerful, fleeting impulses have been discovered over the …

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Celebrate the Promise of Planetary Defense This Asteroid Day

The quest to protect Earth from threatening asteroids is about to get a boost, as "an absolute flood of new observations" comes from a new telescope designed to scan the sky, says Ed Lu, co-founder of the B612 Foundation, and a nonprofit organization devoted to the planet's defense. The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) in Chile is expected to have …

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