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  • 2 UCF students dream of 1-way tickets to Mars

    2 UCF students dream of 1-way tickets to Mars
    The cost of his lifelong dream of being an astronaut on Mars may be the ultimate sacrifice — his life — yet George Hatcher is ready to say yes. "It was something I always wanted to do, that I had pursued through academic degrees, through...
  • NASA engineer spurs Leesburg students' interest in STEM subjects

    NASA engineer spurs Leesburg students' interest in STEM subjects
    LEESBURG — Three, two, one…liftoff. Students at Rimes Early Learning and Literacy Center got a chance to launch "rockets" when NASA engineer Ali Shaykhian showed up at the prekindergarten through second-grade school. His recent visit...
  • How life could develop in the methane lakes of Saturn's moon Titan

    How life could develop in the methane lakes of Saturn's moon Titan
    Scientists may be one step closer to understanding whether life could have formed in the methane lakes of Saturn's largest moon, Titan. This life, if it exists, would look very different from life on Earth. There is no oxygen on Titan, and the surface...
  • NASA approves upcoming spacewalk despite leak in helmet during last walk

    NASA approves upcoming spacewalk despite leak in helmet during last walk
    American astronauts will venture back out for a spacewalk this weekend, despite a helmet water leak on their previous trip outside the International Space Station. NASA on Friday cleared astronaut Terry Virts' spacesuit for the last of three...
  • Hampton History Museum exhibit aims to rescue lost history of women

    In the long history of forgotten people, few groups have been as neglected as women. But doesn't make their lost achievements any less important, says Curator J. Michael Cobb, describing the Hampton History Museum's newest exhibit. Though belittled by...
  • Houston scores on international tourism by playing to core strengths

     Houston scores on international tourism by playing to core strengths
    The trip to Houston was not the main event, merely a pit stop on the way to a Caribbean cruise leaving from a nearby port. But Flor Hernandez's family fell in love with the city, squeezing in visits to the aquarium, the art museum and the shopping...
  • Around Town

    Boys chorus to welcome visitors Boys age 8 to 10 are invited to learn what it's like to sing in the All-American Boys Chorus during a free "shadow day" on Saturday. The event runs from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Orange County fairgrounds, 1055 Arlington...
  • Severe solar storm surprises scientists, wows skywatchers with colorful aurorae

    Severe solar storm surprises scientists, wows skywatchers with colorful aurorae
    Two bursts of charged matter that spewed from the sun’s surface Sunday were forecast to sideswipe the Earth with minor solar winds late Tuesday night. Instead, they arrived in the morning as a severe solar storm that created dramatic shows of the...
  • NASA Langley 'aggressively' seeks business partners in Hampton Roads

    NASA Langley 'aggressively' seeks business partners in Hampton Roads
    NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton could get as much as $829 million in fiscal year 2016, or about $60 million more than its current budget. And it's looking to spend a lot of that money right here in Hampton Roads. In fact, the center's new...
  • Owings Mills woman hoping for a chance to explore Mars, but skeptics question mission

    Owings Mills woman hoping for a chance to explore Mars, but skeptics question mission
    Laura Smith-Velazquez is a dreamer — and she has been dreaming of going to space since the first time she looked into a telescope as an 8-year-old, later imagining herself commanding a starship while watching "Star Trek." Every year she tries...
  • La NASA lanza satélites para estudiar campos magnéticos de la Tierra

    La NASA lanza satélites para estudiar campos magnéticos de la Tierra
    Un cohete Atlas 5 despegó de Florida el jueves con cuatro satélites científicos de la NASA diseñados para mapear explosiones de energía y partículas cargadas provocadas por campos magnéticos alrededor de la Tierra. El cohete, de una longitud equivalente...