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Life on Mars? NASA discovers evidence of water


NASA has discovered evidence of water on the surface of Mars, raising the potential for life on the planet.
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All eyes on Pluto for historic flyby


After nine and a half years and three billion miles of travel, NASA’s New Horizons space probe finally accomplished its mission, zipping past Pluto and its three moons to snap photos and gather data. Continue reading

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India succeeds in sending spacecraft to Mars


India succeeded this week in sending a spacecraft to Mars, a move that some Indians are celebrating as a step forward for science while others are critical of its price tag. Continue reading

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Mystery holes in Siberia raise climate change concerns


A new side effect of climate change has appeared in Siberia, where mysterious, giant holes the size of football fields have opened in the ground. Continue reading

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The space shuttle Endeavour sits on its launchpad at Cape Canveral, Florida. The shuttle launch has been delayed at least several days due to issues with the shuttle's electrical system.

Space Shuttle Endeavour Will Rocket Into History


The space shuttle Endeavour launched into space for the final time in the second-to-last trip ever for NASA’s shuttle program. The launch was delayed several…read more


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