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NASA begins year-long Mars isolation experiment on Earth
NASA shows its increasing interest in Mars.
NASA researchers learning from gecko grippers, helping inspire new R&D
SpaceX will be just fine despite latest Falcon 9 rocket mishap
Despite Falcon 9 rocket failure, SpaceX should be just fine.
NASA wants to find out if Jupiter's moon of Europa supports life
NASA wants to go to Europa.
NASA has a humanoid robot deployed on the International Space Station
NASA testing a humanoid robot aboard the International Space Station.
JAXA space agency wants to head to the moon in 2018
The Japanese space agency, JAXA, wants to head to the moon in 2018.
NASA says private space efforts to reach Mars will need support
If any private companies want to reach Mars, they will ultimately need help from NASA.
Russia announces plans to create new space station with NASA, others
Russia appears willing to work with the US on a new space station after the International Space Station (ISS) is retired.
NASA is testing helicopter drones that could be used to explore Mars
The NASA JPL is testing autonomous helicopter drones that could be used to help explore Mars.
Europe, China team up for robotic space mission ready before 2021
The European Space Agency (ESA) and Chinese space program will launch a joint robotic space mission by 2021.
NASA being given extra funds in 2015, as space research accelerates
2015 should be a good year for NASA, as the US space agency will be given additional funds.
Mysterious X-37B military space plane returns from two years in space
The curious Air Force X-37B space craft has returned back to Earth after a 674-day mission in space.
NASA researches putting space crew in deep sleep in mission to Mars
A manned mission to Mars could lead the space crew to be put in a deep sleep until they get closer to the Red Planet.
Small 2014 RC asteroid will fly by Earth in close-up on Sunday, Sept 7
NASA JPL confirmed the 2014 RC asteroid will safely soar by Earth on Sunday, so amateur astronomers should be able to catch a peek.