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NASA releases footage of spacecraft assembly for upcoming mission
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has released timelapse footage of the Europa Clipper spacecraft being transported into the High Bay 1 clean room.
NASA just completed a 'planetary defense' exercise involving asteroids
A recent exercise by NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office and the International Asteroid Warning Network is now complete.
Voyager 1 has sent back peculiar signals to NASA, puzzling scientists
NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft is sending invalid telemetry data back to mission engineers at the JPL but has yet to enter safe mode.
Life could be growing on one of Jupiter's oxygen-rich moons
Europa, one of Jupiter's most well-known moons, could sustain life in its subsurface oceans by shuttling oxygen from the surface.
Saturn is losing its iconic rings, will disappear completely
Saturn's iconic rings will disappear completely thanks to 'ring rain,' though they will likely remain for 300 million more years.
A SpaceX booster won't crash into the moon, but something else will
WE0913A was identified as a SpaceX Falcon 9 booster that will crash into the moon, but it is likely from the Chang'e 5-T1 mission.
Mars satellite finds water flowed more recently than first thought
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has found evidence of water flowing on the surface of Mars as early as 2 billion years ago.
NASA will visit its smallest asteroid yet alongside Artemis 1 mission
NASA's Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA) Scout will fly with the Artemis 1 mission's SLS rocket, set to observe the smallest asteroid yet.
Previously unnoticed black hole found after consuming a star
Researchers from Caltech and the University of Toronto have identified the second-ever tidal disruption event (TDE) using radio.
First ever magnetic field detected from an exoplanet
A team of astronomers has used Hubble to identify HAT-P-11b, the first extrasolar planet found with evidence of a magnetosphere.
Ingenuity Mars helicopter breaks milestone NASA thought 'unachievable'
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has surpassed the design team's expectations by accumulating more than 30 minutes of flight time.
NASA's new Sentry-II near-Earth asteroid monitoring system goes live
NASA's new next-generation near-Earth asteroid impact monitoring algorithm has now been deployed, ready to protect our planet.
NASA upgraded the tools needed to expand our knowledge of the universe
NASA has moved to upgrade the main infrastructure we need to maintain our expanding knowledge of Earth and the universe.
NASA creates ape-like robot for enhanced disaster response
NASA creates a new robot that is able to assist in natural disaster recovery efforts.
ScienceFriday: NASA says it has no idea where Voyager 1 is in space
NASA and a Team of Scientist have different opinions on where Voyager 1 actually in relative to our solar system. Is it out or is in?
2005 YU55, a 400m-wide Asteroid that will fly past Earth on November 9 at just 324,600km
2005 YU55, an Asteroid that comes pretty close to Earth in just 1 weeks time.