NASA Discovers 101 Active Geysers On Saturn Moon – TIME


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NASA Discovers 101 Active Geysers On Saturn Moon
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That doesn't mean life is necessarily out there—but if it is, new images coming down from NASA's Cassini space probe, described in two papers just published in the Astronomical Journal are making a powerful argument that Saturn's moon Enceladus may be ...
Cassini Spacecraft Reveals 101 Geysers and More on Icy Saturn MoonJet Propulsion Laboratory
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Here are 12 amazing images of outer space. Number 6 is our favorite! – Catholic Online


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Here are 12 amazing images of outer space. Number 6 is our favorite!
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There are wondrous sights in the heavens above! Space is packed with treasures beyond imagination. While we can see many things with just our eyes alone, instruments like the Hubble Space Telescope have given us some incredible close-ups packed ...

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Space tourism on the rise in Virginia – The Globe and Mail


Space tourism on the rise in Virginia
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Space tourism on the rise in Virginia Add to ... SHARE. Replay. NEXT VIDEO IN: seconds. Restart playlist. Video: Space tourism on the rise in Virginia. Jul. 30 2014. Every summer, tourists make the pilgrimage to Chincoteague Island, Va. to see wild ...

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Vintage NASA probe out of gas, but still alive, private team says – Fox News


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Vintage NASA probe out of gas, but still alive, private team says
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Alas, ISEE-3 spacecraft, we almost caught you. Attempts to move a 36-year-old NASA probe closer to Earth have failed, but only because the vintage spacecraft is simply out of gas, according to the team of volunteer engineers now controlling the spacecraft.
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“CanJam” joint among first to fly on NASA, Virgin Galactic flight – Phys.Org


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"CanJam" joint among first to fly on NASA, Virgin Galactic flight
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Traditional technologies used by NASA and other agencies occasionally don't produce the necessary torque to rotate aircrafts, also known as singularities, which make it difficult to build attitude control systems. Due to its design, the "CanJam" system ...

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Vintage NASA Spacecraft to Tackle Interplanetary Science – Space.com

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