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Vice President Pence will visit NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston next week

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Houston Johnson Space Center – home to NASA's astronaut corps – next week. Pence announced his forthcoming visit to a Tweet on Thursday and said he would "talk about the future human space exploration." "During [President Donald] Trump's administration is leading America once again in space!" He said. Pence will visit Thursday, August 23, …

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Former NASA astronaut speaks and inspires Yakima youth

YAKIMA, WA – Formerly NASA astronaut Jose Hernandez came to the Yakima Convention Center to talk about the importance of education. On Thursday, Hernandez inspired parents, students and teachers with his talk of how anyone can achieve their goals. " Heaven is not the limit anymore, it's the stars," said Hernandez. "Everything is possible if you're only willing to do …

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Laser provides insight into largest planets

Experiment with the world's largest laser has given researchers new insights into the largest planets in our solar system. A study of hydrogen at extreme temperatures and pressures has allowed researchers to build a clearer picture of the conditions of Jupiter and Saturn, where hydrogen accounts for much of the mass. Experts from the University of Edinburgh worked with an …

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NASA's Hubble Telescope captures 15,000 galaxies in a dazzling image

NASA, ESA, P. Oesch (University of Geneva) and M. Montes (University of New South Wales) I really can not believe this is real and makes me feel so infinitely small. Look at this. Only looks on it. Take time with it. This image of the cosmos comes with the state of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, using ultraviolet vision to capture …

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The world's largest laser reveals secrets of space

GETTY BREAKTHROUGH: The world's most powerful laser has developed in California The National Ignition Facility in California has developed the world's largest and most powerful laser to discover fresh insights into the two The largest planets closest to the Earth: Jupiter and Saturn. These two plan nuclei consist of hydrogen that has been exposed to more than one million times …

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Astronomers identify some of the oldest galaxies in the universe

The distribution of satellite galaxies that revolve around a computer simulated galaxy, predicted by the cosmological model Lambda cold-dark matter. The blue circles surround the lighter satellites, the white circles ultrafaint satellites (so weak that they are not easily visible in the image). The ultralight satellites are among the oldest galaxies in the universe; They began to form when the …

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New NASA employee Mark McDaniel wants to see human space flight go beyond Mars

Please enable JavaScript to view this video HUNTSVILLE, Ala. The well-known lawyer Huntsville Mark McDaniel will soon wear a new hat with his selection to serve the Human Exploration and Operations Committee of the NASA Advisory Council McDaniel said he supports the Trump Administration's commitment to manned spacecraft and he is prepared to provide the best advice he can to …

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