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  • NASA going to Jupiter moon Europa to hunt for water, keys to life

    NASA going to Jupiter moon Europa to hunt for water, keys to life
    Wednesday marked the first full day of operations for NASA's mission to Europa, one of Jupiter's moons where scientists suspect there may be water under the surface. "Europa is the most likely place to find life in our solar system today because we...
  • U.S. will keep lead in space with NASA's launch system

    They say politics stops at the water's edge — and as former leaders of NASA under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, we can tell you it definitely stops at the atmosphere's edge. America's determination to continue to lead in space is one...
  • NASA taps acting director to lead Langley Research Center

    NASA taps acting director to lead Langley Research Center
    The acting director at NASA's Langley Research Center has won permanent appointment to the post. The space agency announced David E. Bowles' appointment on Friday. He succeeds Stephen G. Jurczyk, who directed Langley until April 2014. The...
  • New Year celebration lands on Mars (Pa.)

    MARS, Pa. NASA has successfully made its first trip to Mars the Butler County borough, that is to celebrate the new year on the planet of the same name Friday and Saturday. The celebration marks Mars Year 33. Mars's new year begins on the planet's...
  • Hits at Paris Air Show: Vertical lift-off, tiny satellites

    Planes you can park in your garage. Satellites that fit in your backpack. Some of the coolest experimental technology showcased at this week's Paris Air Show is about thinking small — though it's easy to get distracted by the huge aircraft...
  • Meet Kepler-138b, a Mars-sized planet with the smallest measured mass

    Meet Kepler-138b, a Mars-sized planet with the smallest measured mass
    You’ve heard of hot Jupiters, mini-Neptunes and super-Earths -- but how about an almost-Mars? Scientists using data from NASA’s Kepler spacecraft have pinned down the mass of an exoplanet that’s slightly lighter than the Red Planet --...
  • Kite-surfing aircraft could solve your Wi-Fi problems

    Kite-surfing aircraft could solve your Wi-Fi problems
    A team at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach is developing a wind-and-solar-powered aircraft that could provide Internet access to remote areas. William "Bill" Engblom, Embry-Riddle, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering...
  • Launch commentator for Apollo 11 moon shot, Jack King, dies

    Launch commentator for Apollo 11 moon shot, Jack King, dies
    Jack King, a NASA public affairs official who became the voice of the Apollo moon shots, died Thursday. He was 84. King counted down the historic launch of Apollo 11 on July 16, 1969. He also did the countdown for hundreds of the early rocket launches,...
  • NASA mission to icy Jupiter moon set to hunt for signs of life

    NASA mission to icy Jupiter moon set to hunt for signs of life
    Beneath a not-so-distant world's icy, brown shell, scientists believe there is a massive ocean that could be teeming with life much like that found in the blackness of Earth's most extreme depths. But it's not one of the possibly Earth-like planets...
  • Cool runnings: Annapolis explorer sets sail for Greenland

    Cool runnings: Annapolis explorer sets sail for Greenland
    A day after Hermione left Annapolis for Baltimore, another sailing adventure was set to begin. Matt Rutherford — the local resident already in the record books for a solo circumnavigation the Americas — was scheduled to leave today with...
  • NASA solicits tiny satellite launch services

    NASA solicits tiny satellite launch services
    NASA today officially asked for proposals from companies interested in launching small rockets from Kennedy Space Center to send tiny satellites into space at a fraction of what big rocket launches cost. NASA is opening the door to what it calls...