The engineer who creates NASA spacesuits of the future | AFP

Engineer Pablo de Léon is the designer of two NASA prototype spacesuits suitable for the Moon and Mars. The challenges for him: materials that are both resistant to long periods in space, and allow you to move like you’re on Earth.

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NASA marks Apollo mission 50 years later

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins returns to launch pad 50 years later (July 17)

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Apollo 11 controller was lone woman in sea of men

Amid the room full of men inside NASA’s firing room for the liftoff of Apollo 11 sat JoAnn Morgan. Morgan, 78, who began working for NASA in 1958 while in college, made her prime-time debut as the first female launch controller on July 16, 1969. (July 15)

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50 years later, NASA headed to the moon again

Nearly 50 years after Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon, part of the storied Apollo program, NASA officials announce they’re going back to the moon, permanently. (July 11)

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Hong Kong cleans up after protestors damage a main government building; President Trump says military tanks to be part of July 4th Washington DC event; swearing in of new citizens at 9/11 memorial; NASA test launches rocket ship mean to put people back on the moon.

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NASA launches Orion capsule to test abort system

NASA conducted a full-stress launch abort test Tuesday for the Orion capsules designed to carry astronauts to the moon. The capsule was empty for the morning demo, which officials said appeared to be successful. (July 2)

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ICEsat-2: measuring changes to Earth’s ice | AFP Animé

Videographic illustrating NASA’s ICEsat2 mission under way to measure changes in ice elevation on Earth. After mysteriously expanding for decades, Antarctica’s sea ice cover melted by an area four times greater than France in just a few years and now stands at a record low, according to a study published Monday.VIDEOGRAPHICS

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NASA: crews working 24 hours for test launch

A NASA official says some crews are working around the clock at the space agency’s rocket factory in New Orleans to meet a fall 2020 test launch deadline for a mega-rocket designed to propel astronauts toward the moon and Mars.(June 28)

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Here’s the latest for Friday June 28th: Trump jokes with Putin about election meddling; Democrats hold second debate; El Paso bishop protests immigration policy; NASA plans unmanned trip to Saturn’s largest moon.

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