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911 Call An Honest Mistake From Space! Houston We Have A Problem

Hello, Houston, ah no there’s no problem.  Wrong number. Newsweek claims Dutch astronaut André Kuipers recently called 911 while orbiting the Earth. The 60 year-old was trying to call NASA when he dialed “9” for an outside line and then

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Elf On The Shelf Finds His Way Onto The International Space Station

There’s no escaping the elf on the shelf.  This one is a stowaway on the ISS.  NASA astronaut Anne McClain Tweeted: “Well, look who showed up on @Space_Station! I guess we all have to be good now! I hope with

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Solar Probe Launched On SUNday Morning

If you are thinking of taking some time tonight to watch the peak of the Perseid meteor shower tonight then you might want to take a moment today to wave hi to Parker, the probe that was launched in the

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New Moons Found Around Jupiter

Scientists at the Carnegie Institution of Science have discovered that Jupiter has more moons than previously thought, twelve more in fact, including what they are calling 11 “normal” moons and one “oddball” which brings the total number of moons around

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Small Asteroid Over Botswana [VIDEO]

It happens more often than you might think – asteroids enter the Earth’s atmosphere about once a month. Usually we have no idea they are coming until they burn up in the Earth’s Atmosphere. Often they are destroyed before they

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Safe Return For Space Travelers

Nasa announced the safe return of three of the International Space Station crew Sunday morning after 168 days in space where they performed hundreds of experiments. Astronauts Norishige Kanai (Japan), Anton Shkaplerov (Russia), and Scott Tingle (US), all began their

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Night Views For May 27 2018

If you are someone who likes looking up at the night sky to see interesting things but hates having to stay up late to catch them; there is good news for you this weekend because you don’t have to stay

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NASA Mars Helicopter

NASA has been exploring Mars since 2003 with rovers, both of which went beyond their expected 90 day missions, one (Opportunity) has been going for 15 years and holds the record for the longest distance ever driven by any off-earth

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Funny April Fools From Space

If you are a fan of April Fools pranks there are those who would rather you kept them away from them. You cannot get farther away than these! Here are some of the more amusing pranks that have been played

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Blue Super Moon January 30th

This month is going to see the first blue moon of the year. The first full moon happened as the year began, and now we will have the second full moon in the month which makes it a blue moon.

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