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SpaceX Rocket Blasts Off Carrying NASA's New Planet-Hunting Telescope
By Joey Roullette, Reuters
The telescope is designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system that might be capable of harboring life.
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Elon Musk Pulls Tesla, SpaceX Facebook Pages In Nod To #DeleteFacebook
He also deleted his personal profile.
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How Mae Jemison Space Travel History
Mae Jemison joined NASA in 1987, and in 1992 became the first African-American woman to travel to space.
Elon Musk Sends Electric Car Into Space Aboard World's Most Powerful Rocket
SpaceX's successful maiden flight of its Falcon Heavy rocket puts humans one step closer to Mars.
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A Highly Classified Spy Satellite Has Been Destroyed. Probably.
It's either a complete loss, or a frighteningly evasive spacecraft.
L.A. Goes Bonkers Over Breathtaking 'UFO' Lighting Up The Sky
Twitterverse explodes as SpaceX Falcon 9 puts on a gobsmacking light show.
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Mars And The Psychology Of Space Travel
People generally view space travel as a grand and exciting venture, but ignore a lot of the realities that might not make it so.
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Elon Musk Plans City On Mars
Elon Musk is truly shooting for the stars. Within the next five years, he's planning to start building a city on another planet.
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Elon Musk Unveils Ambitious Plan To Build A City On Mars
First flights to Mars are scheduled to begin in just five years.
Go Anywhere On Earth In Under An Hour For The Price Of An Economy Air Ticket
Elon Musk wants to revolutionize the travel industry... with rockets.
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NASA’S Cassini Spacecraft’s 13-year Saturn Mission Ends In Fiery Space Crash
By By Ian Simpson, Reuters
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SpaceX Launches Its First Recycled Cargo Ship Into Orbit
The refurbished capsule brings us one step closer to cheaper space travel.
NASA Plans Emergency Spacewalk To Replace Key Computer On International Space Station
By By Irene Klotz, Reuters
The computer is one of two that control major U.S. systems aboard the orbiting outpost.
Stunning Images Show Dozens Of Gigantic Oval Storms On Jupiter
Scientists confront new mysteries about the largest planet in our solar system.
Check Out The Message Women Left For Trump Where He's Speaking In Manhattan
He is not going to love this homecoming gift.
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Cassini Preps For Death Plunge Into Saturn And Sends Farewell Image Of Tiny Earth
The barely visible dot of our home could be perceived as an exoplanet from a faraway perspective.
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