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New NASA, ESA satellite to continue ocean study

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NASA & the European Space Agency launched a new satellite into space on a SpaceX rocket to continue a 30-year study of the oceans.

NASA sends crew to I.S.S. on SpaceX rocket

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An international crew of astronauts launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida Sunday, headed to the International Space Station.

Student news roundup, Florida, Sept. 1

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Schools in Florida are online for the most part as the 2020-21 school year begins, with some students reporting to campus along the Space Coast.

NASA once again to launch humans from US soil

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NASA will once again launch astronauts into space from US soil, the 1st time since the Shuttle was retired in 2011.

Michigan residents see a meteor come to Earth

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A meteor sent fragments of meteorites to Earth last week in Michigan; it was a dazzling fireball display of nature.

NASA says 2017 was 2nd-hottest year on record

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Earth's climate is changing, and temperatures, especially in the Arctic, are getting hotter—by about 1°C since the 1950s.

Our observatory schedule for November 2017

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Here's our observatory's plan for viewing in November, in our ongoing quest to photograph the constellations from Md., IL.

Miami to Seattle in 50 minutes? Imagine that.

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Boron nitride nanotubes could help planes withstand extended hypersonic travel and drastically reduce air travel times in the future.

What stars you might see during the eclipse

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Will you be taking any "artistic" photos during the eclipse. Getting some great shots of the sky could require specialized lenses.

Confirming sunspots, 14 days before US eclipse

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We thought we saw sunspots yesterday, so we pointed a slightly more powerful telescope at the sun this morning. Yep. Sunspots.