NASA moves Hydrogen tank to Alabama for testing

(14 Dec 2018) NASA is moving a massive liquid hydrogen tank to Huntsville, Alabama for testing as part of its plans to eventually return to the moon. (Dec 14)

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Pence gives pep talk at NASA headquarters

(12 Dec 2018) US Vice President Mike Pence visited NASA headquarters and pledged that the Trump administration is supportive of efforts to expand space exploration. Pence reaffirmed plans to send astronaut Nick Hague to the International Space Station in February. (Dec.12)

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Voyager, the solar system and beyond

Videographic on the Voyager mission. NASA says Voyager 2 has passed into interstellar space.VIDEOGRAPHIC

InSight mission to Mars

Videographic on the InSight mission. Humans can now hear the haunting, low rumble of wind on Mars for the first time, after NASA’s InSight lander captured vibrations from the breeze on the Red PlanetVIDEOGRAPHICS

NASA, SpaceX ship holiday cheer to Space Station

(5 Dec 2018) Christmas turkey is rocketing toward the International Space Station, along with cranberry sauce and fruitcake. The delivery, which should reach the space station on Saturday, also includes 40 mice and 36,000 worms, all lab specimens. (Dec. 5)

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Manned Soyuz rocket blasts off successfully

Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Anne McClain of NASA and David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency blasted off aboard a Soyuz from Baikonur in Kazakhstan to dock safely with the International Station for a six-and-a-half month mission.

Lift-off of first manned space mission since Soyuz failure

Russian, American and Canadian astronauts blast off for the first manned Soyuz mission since a frightening failed launch in October. Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Anne McClain of NASA and David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency take off from Baikonur in Kazakhstan for a six-and-a-half month mission aboard the International Space Station. IMAGES of the launch

Crew bids farewell ahead of manned space mission launch

Oleg Kononenko of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, Anne McClain of NASA and David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency bid farewell to their relatives ahead of the launch of the first manned space mission to the International Space Station since an unprecedented accident in October. IMAGES

NASA craft lands on Mars after perilous journey

(27 Nov 2018) A NASA spacecraft designed to drill down into Mars’ interior lands on the planet after a perilous, supersonic plunge through its red skies after a trip across 100 million miles of space. (Nov. 26)

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