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Hurricane Dorian in Action in these Gifs NASA and NOAA Took from Space

Updated Sept. 1, 9:40 am ET (1340 GMT): Hurricane Dorian is now a monster Category 5 storm as it nears the Abacos Islands and Grand Bahama Island. As the storm swells closer to land, satellites operated by NASA and the National … Continue reading

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Bringing Pieces of Mars to Earth in 2031: NASA and Europe Plan to Do It

Pristine samples of the Red Planet will come down to Earth a little over a decade from now, if everything goes according to plan. NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are working together on a highly anticipated Mars sample-return mission, … Continue reading

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Discovered ‘Missing’ Planets by NASA’s newest planet-hunting satellite

Discovered ‘Missing’ Planets by NASA’s newest planet-hunting satellite Continue reading

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NASA is ready to reach Mars by a powerful plasma engine, VASMR

NASA is ready to reach Mars by a new powerful plasma engine, VASMR Continue reading

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Startup aims for certification by 2025 for hybrid turboprop regional aircraft

UK-based startup Faradair plans to certify an 18-seat, hybrid electric aircraft by 2025 for passenger operations. The BEHA (Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft) uses a patented “triple box-wing” high-lift configuration, to enable a Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) capability of less … Continue reading

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NASA and MIT are studying a flexible wing

NASA and MIT are studying a flexible wing Continue reading

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The history of NASA Space Suits and their “imperfect” measures

The history of NASA Space Suits and their “imperfect” measures Continue reading

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There Is Definitely Methane on Mars… But Is It a Sign of Life?

We may be one step closer to cracking the Mars methane mystery. NASA’s Curiosity rover mission recently determined that background levels of methane in Mars’ atmosphere cycle seasonally, peaking in the northern summer. The six-wheeled robot has also detected two surges to date … Continue reading

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Flight control surfaces

Flight control surfaces Continue reading

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The Mistery of Missing Mass in the Universe

The Mistery of Missing Mass Continue reading

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