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NASA’s lunar ‘Gateway’ space station to soon begin construction

NASA will soon build a space station for the moon, which is being dubbed ‘Gateway’.

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Lakes on Mars dried up 3.5 billion years ago: Study

Scientists have confirmed that Mars may have had water till 3.5 billion years ago, when lakes were estimated to have dried up.

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NASA’s Tess spacecraft embarks on quest to find new planets

Tess is the successor to NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, on its last legs after discovering a few thousand exoplanets over the past nine years.

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World’s largest superconducting camera DARKNESS can spot nearby exoplanets

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has developed a superconductor camera, called DARKNESS, that can improve detection of exoplanets.

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NASA’s TESS planet hunting probe launch delayed to April 18

The launch NASA’s latest planet-hunting satellite, TESS, was delayed until April 18. The problem was reported as SpaceX looked to fix any errors with the launch.

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NASA’s Tess spacecraft aims to put mystery planets on galactic map

NASA is ready to launch its new planet hunter, Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (Tess), as it seeks to expand the search for habitable exoplanets.

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NASA’s planet-hunting Tess spacecraft to launch on April 16

NASA’s upcoming spacecraft, named Tess (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite), will seek to find habitable planets outside our solar system, and is expected to launch on Monday.

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NASA to study how tiny sea creatures affect Earth’s climate

NASA is studying how climate change has affected phytoplankton and other microorganisms in the sea, following up its CALIPSO satellite.

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NASA’s InSight Mars lander set to launch on May 5

NASA is preparing to launch its next spacecraft for Mars on May 5. Titled InSight, the rover will assess the interiors of the Red Planet, and help explain its origin.

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Mankind’s first flight to Sun set to launch on July 31: NASA

Us space agency NASA has said that the Parker Solar Probe, scheduled to reach the Sun’s atmosphere, will be launched on July 31.

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NASA sends human sperm to International Space Station: Here’s why

NASA aims to check for the activity of human sperm in zero-gravity, and has sent test samples to the International Space Station.

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NASA set to build quieter supersonic planes with Lockheed Martin

NASA and Lockheed Martin will develop a supersonic plane, that is expected to fly faster than the speed of sound without much noise.

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NASA’s Hubble telescope precisely measures distance to ancient star cluster

An ancient star cluster has been discovered by NASA’s Hubble space telescope, that can help explain stellar evolution, and estimate the age of the Universe.

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Nasa to build supersonic manned plane without sonic boom

The plane is expected to cruise at an elevation of more than 16,700 meters, at a speed of more than 1,500 km per hour, but create a sound about as loud as a car door closing instead of a sonic boom.

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NASA’s Hubble spots farthest individual star ever seen

Setting a new distance record, astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have discovered an enormous blue star nicknamed “Icarus”, the farthest individual star ever seen.