Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Developing Instruments For NASA Asteroid MissionsSpace may be the final frontier but it's becoming a familiar destination for Maryland scientists and engineers.
NASA Studies Asteroid Collisions From Millions Of Years AgoStudying asteroid craters on the moon is helping scientists learn more about the conditions of the solar system billions of years ago.
Thanksgiving In Space: Turkey, Green Beans & Even FootballMission Control promises to beam up some live football games — "to complete the experience," Kimbrough said.
Best Weather Satellite Ever Built Rockets Into SpaceThe most advanced weather satellite ever built rocketed into space Saturday night, part of an $11 billion effort to revolutionize forecasting and save lives.
NASA Astronaut On Verge Of Becoming Oldest Woman In SpaceNASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is on the verge of becoming the oldest woman in space, adding to her long list of barrier-breaking records.
Researchers Training In Hawaii To Simulate Mars MissionScientists will mix biology and geology this month inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park as they help NASA get ready for an eventual manned mission to Mars.
There's An Epic 'Supermoon' Coming Our Way In NovemberWeather-permitting, we'll be in for a beautiful treat in the sky on November 14, according to NASA.
Successful Rocket Launch From Wallops Island Lights Up Night SkyA successful blast off, as NASA sends an unmanned rocket into the night skies, just two years after disaster on that same launching pad.
Space Station Getting 1st Delivery From Virginia In 2 Years The International Space Station is about to get its first delivery from Virginia in two years.
US Astronaut Will Vote From Orbit If Homecoming Is DelayedThe lone American in orbit will end up voting for president from the International Space Station, if her homecoming is delayed.
Asteroid Bennu Getting First Visitor in Billions of YearsAn asteroid that may hold the key to life is getting its first visitor in billions of years.
Happy Landings: 3 Space Station Crew Members Back On EarthAfter watching more than 2,750 sunrises from above the Earth, three crew members of the International Space Station returned to the planet for a sparkling sunrise back on Earth Wednesday.

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