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detection of aliens? Conspiracy theorists discover UFO near the International Space Station

It seems that the day is not far when alien hunters will expose the alien life as they continually provide evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial life. Once again, alien fans have discovered in the NASA live feed UFO flight in the International Space Station, suggesting that there are aliens. Youtuber and alien hunter Kingwilly200 has uploaded a video in …

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After a record vacancy, NASA should finally get a formal leader

Enlarge / Oklahoma GOP Congressman Jim Bridenstine Appointed NASA Administrator by Trump Space Foundation On Monday, Vice President Mike Pence delivered a space policy speech at a Colorado conference. At the beginning of his presentation, Pence selected NASA Deputy Director Robert Lightfoot for a 30-year career with the Space Agency and applauded his ministry. The fact that Lightfoot at 15 …

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The next era of exoplanet search

The TESS mission due to launch this week will look for exoplanets orbiting nearby bright stars, which could be targets for follow-up observations by the James Webb Space Telescope and other future observatories. (Credit: NASA) by Jeff Foust Monday, April 16, 2018 For some years, a small NASA spacecraft has been one of the largest productive tools in the search …

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TESS Launches Monday to Discover Earthlike Exoplanets :: WRAL.com

By Tony Rice, WRAL Staff / NASA Ambassador A 30-second launch window for NASA's Transit Exoplanet Survey satellite will open on Monday at 18:32. SUMMER TIME. A backup startup window will be available on Tuesday at 18:15. EDT TESS continues the search for exoplanets with a focus on discovering Earth-like and larger planets orbiting the nearest stars of our solar …

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Asteroids the size of a football field pass "surprises" near Earth

On April 16, 2018, a football-type asteroid with the inscription 2018 GE3 whirred through the earth. (Texas A & M) An asteroid the size of a soccer field hummed on Earth on Sunday, in one of the closest encounters the planet has seen for some time. At its next point, the 2018 GE3 asteroid was only 119,500 miles away. The …

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NASA could expand space station stays to hedge commercial crew delays – Spaceflight Now

File photo of Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot. Source: NASA / Aubrey Gemignani NASA is working with the Russian Space Agency to extend the crew on the International Space Station, the agency's deputy administrator said last week as a cushion against the expected delays in the development of Boeing's commercial capsules SpaceX Robert Lightfoot, who has been in charge of …

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Blue Origin attempts to obtain US military funding

Blue Origin filed a motion last year to obtain funding from the US Air Force for its new orbital class rockets. The company will compete against United Launch Alliance, Orbital ATK and SpaceX. The proposal also requires that the New Glenn missile be certified by the US Air Force for national security missions. The United Launch Alliance, in an earlier …

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