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Gala opens countdown to 50th anniversary for 1st moon landing

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – Formerly NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin was noticeably absent at a gala kicking out an annual celebration of the 50th anniversary of the country's first moon, although his ideal space education foundation is a sponsor and he usually is the star's attraction. No explanation was given for Aldrin's absence from the Apollo Celebration Gala on Saturday …

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Photo Credit: Nasa.gov IANS Washington, July 21 (IANS) NASA's Next Crew Engine, the Orion Capsule, which aims to carry people on Deep Space, has successfully gone through a drip test, said the US Space Agency. Orion's full parachute system includes 11 parachutes three forward cover parachutes, two drogue parachutes, three pilots and three parachutes. These are designed to reduce the …

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These spacecraft is studying Mars dust | space

<! – -> Pages beside movies show how dust has enclosed the red planet, with the permission of the Mars Color camera on board NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The view from May shows Valles Marineris Chasms (left), Meridiani Center, a fall dust storm in Acidalia (top) and Spring Polar Cap in spring (bottom). The view from July shows the …

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3 Best Summer Skiing Watching Events

Get the Mach Newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Whether you're a seasoned star gallery or an astronomical beginner, the summer evening is the perfect time to watch the night sky. Especially this summer, cloudwatching capabilities, including a total eclipse of the moon, a spectacular meteor shower and a chance to come close and personal with our nearest neighbor in the Solar System Mars …

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Russia to send FEDOR Humanoid Robots to the space station

Russia's Roscosmos space operation approved to plan to send two humanoid robots to ISS. The FEDOR robots were trained to shoot guns with both arms, drive a drill and drive a car. ( Pixabay ) Russia reportedly sends two humanoid robots to the International Space Station. The robots called FEDOR have remarkable abilities like being able to fire guns and …

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New pictures Show Saturn Moon Titan in incredible detail

Our limited human vision can really limit our understanding of the universe. We can only see a thin slice of light wavelengths, they dare with peaks 390 to 700 nanometers from frame to weapon. This means that we lack any light emitting detail coming from other wavelengths, eg. from radio and microwave lights, as well as infrared, ultraviolet and x-ray. …

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Boeing Commercial Crew Pad Cancel the test in standby mode

Cape Canaveral – A Drive Gas Leak During a June Test Interruption of Launch Discontinued Engines Developed for Boeing s Commercial Crew CST-100 Starliner Delayes Company Suspension Test at NASA s White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico. "The engines were launched successfully and ran all the time. During engine shutdown, an anomaly resulted in a fuel leak. We have …

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Aldrin skips the Space Center gala among feud with his children

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