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By Bella Isaacs-Thomas
Here's what makes Webb images so exceptional, plus how this telescope differs compared to its predecessor — the Hubble Space Telescope.
Biological soil crusts are a diverse community of organisms covering some 30 percent of the planet’s drylands. The loss of this top layer — often driven by human activity, as well as by climate change — has far-reaching consequences.
By Christopher Thomas
Less than 40 miles from the Grand Canyon, NASA has been testing what daily life on the moon might feel like, including the commute.
By Justin Stabley
Your nose knows it’s fall as soon as you step outside.
By Bella Isaacs-Thomas, Megan McGrew
By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
NASA is replacing leaky seals in its moon rocket at the pad in hopes of launching it on its first test flight by the end of this month.
In our news wrap Saturday, NASA's Artemis moon mission has been postponed a second time, excessive heat is scorching the West Coast and fueling wildfires, nine migrants were found dead after trying to cross the Rio Grande into Texas, former…
NASA’s new moon rocket sprang another hazardous leak Saturday, as the launch team began fueling it for liftoff on a test flight that must go well before astronauts climb aboard.
By Miles O'Brien
If all goes as planned, NASA will launch a rocket to return to the moon Saturday afternoon. This first phase will send an unmanned capsule to lunar orbit and back, but NASA wants humans to land on the moon in…
By Associated Press
NASA is aiming for a Saturday launch of its new moon rocket, after fixing fuel leaks and working around a bad engine sensor that foiled the first try.
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