Is there life on Mars? NASA’s life-seeking rover set for launch | AFP

“Life may very well still exist on Mars today under its surface,” says NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as the United States prepares to launch its 9th robot to Mars – eight days after China launched its first.

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NASA administrator: Priority is astronauts’ safety

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says “the absolute priority being the safety of our astronauts,” as they prepare to launch SpaceX rocket ship. (May 29)

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Boeing’s Starliner won’t dock with ISS on schedule: NASA | AFP

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine says Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft burned more fuel that anticipated and won’t achieve its scheduled docking at the International Space Station on Saturday. SOUNDBITE

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Elon Musk & NASA aim for SpaceX human space flight in 2020 | AFP

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and NASA chief Jim Bridenstine reaffirm their commitment to send American astronauts into space in early 2020. Human space flight “is the reason that SpaceX was created,” says billionaire Musk.

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