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The First 100 Days: What Trump Has Done on Space So Far
The Trump administration has already moved aggressively in a number of areas, such as tax policy, health care, immigration and environmental regulation. But it hasn't done a lot regarding space science and exploration.
28/04/2017
'We Don't Planet' Episode 1: What's the Structure of the Sun?
Learn all about the structure of the sun in the first episode of the astrophysics video-explainer series "We Don't Planet."
28/04/2017
NASA and Trump: What Happened in Space in the 1st 100 Days | Video
NASA highlights some of their work and milestones during the first 100 days of the Trump administration.
28/04/2017
The Lego Has Landed! NASA Apollo Saturn V Moon Landing Set in Pictures
NASA's iconic Saturn V moon rocket and Apollo lunar landings get the Lego treatment in the NASA Apollo Saturn V Lego set. The set includes 1,969 pieces and debuts in June 2017.
28/04/2017
SpaceX Poised for First Military Launch Sunday
SpaceX is preparing to launch a classified spacecraft into orbit on a Falcon 9 rocket for the National Reconnaissance Office, breaking United Launch Alliance's 10-year monopoly on launching U.S. military and national security satellites.
28/04/2017
NASA Apollo Saturn V to Launch as Lego Brick Model Set on June 1
The countdown has begun for the launch of Lego's Saturn V moon rocket. Lego rolled out its first photos and filed its "launch plan" for the "NASA Apollo Saturn V" model set to be released on June 1. The set is based on a fan submission on Lego Ideas.
28/04/2017
Color-Changing U.S. Stamp Will Herald 2017 Total Solar Eclipse
Just as a total solar eclipse will change the skies over the continental United States on Aug. 21, a newly released U.S. stamp will change when pressed with a finger — a photo of the moon materializing over the blotted-out sun.
28/04/2017
Image of the Day
On this day in 1961, NASA's Little Joe 5B rocket blasted off from Wallops Island in Virginia. The uncrewed mission tested the launch escape system for the Project Mercury space capsules, which carried the first American astronauts into space.
28/04/2017
Cassini Survived 1st Grand Finale Dive - Mission Control Celebrates | Video
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s mission control room erupted in applause when data from the Saturn probe was received. Cassini flew between the innermost rings and the planet itself.
28/04/2017
Send Your DNA to Space and Back via New Service
Celestis, the same company that lets people send their loved ones' cremated remains to space, unveiled a new service that will launch samples of DNA off the planet.
28/04/2017
Cassini Spacecraft's Ring Dive Yields Saturn Surprises
The Cassini spacecraft spotted strange atmospheric structures during the first of its 22 dives between the rings and gas body of Saturn, the planet it has studied up close since 2004.
28/04/2017
SETI Scientists Could Survey a Million Star Systems by 2037, Lawmakers Are Told
Scientists could search a million star systems for signs of intelligent life within the next 20 years, a leading SETI scientist, Seth Shotak, told members of Congress this week.
28/04/2017
Moon 'Logical Next Step' for Trump Milestone in Space, Bigelow Says
If President Donald Trump is serious about making an imprint on U.S. human space exploration, space habitat developer Robert Bigelow has a suggestion: Partner with commercial companies to gain a toehold on the moon.
28/04/2017
'We Don't Planet': Video Series Explores Universe's Most Fascinating Concepts
There's a new way to get your astrophysics fix: "We Don't Planet," a new series of 4- to 6-minute videos that explores some of the most fascinating concepts and objects in the cosmos.
28/04/2017
We Don’t Planet: What Astrophysics Video Series Is All About | Video
Astrophysicist Paul Sutter explains what you can expect to learn from the new web series to Space.com managing editor Tariq Malik.
27/04/2017