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NASA's Galaxy of Terror [Video]

New posters from NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program featuring terribly inhospitable planets outside our solar system can be downloaded for free. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech NASA's Newest Exoplanet Posters Are a Halloween Treat Just in time for Halloween, NASA has released two new posters celebrating some truly terrible exoplanets or planets outside our solar system. The entertaining posters, which can be …

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Creepy Face in Space: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Catches a Ghostly Face Looking Down at the Earth | Science | news

A breathtaking image, sent back from a joint European Space Agency (ESA) telescope and NASA, looking like a strange face appearing in space. The strange-looking structure is created by a bluish hue of gas and faint stars that form the face, while two sets of bright star clusters form the eyes. The "spooky face" actually consists of two galaxies on …

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Emergency funding could affect NASA's lunar ambitions

WASHINGTON – The prospect of further emergency financing, which could extend into next year, raises concerns in the industry to slow down work on NASA's Artemis program on the return of humans to the moon by 2024. NASA, along with the rest of the federal government, is working under a rolling decision (CR) that finances programs at the fiscal year …

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NASA's VIPER rover searches for water ice on the moon

VIPER project manager Daniel Andrews said: "The key to life on the moon is water – just like here on Earth, since the confirmation of the lunar water ten years ago, the question now is whether the moon could really be the moon The amount of resources we need to live outside the world will help us to answer the …

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NASA's new lunar rover wants hunt for water on the moon

The Rover – the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, or VIPER for short – is the size of a golf cart, and wants to sample the Moon's soil environments to search for evidence of water and ice. The machine will collect data for about 100 days that will be used to create the first global water resource maps of the …

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