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  • NASA to beam gorgeous 4K livestream down to earth

    Mark your calendars: NASA is finally showing off the glory of the celestial void in its first 4K livestream later this month. Not that anyone needs a reason to broadcast -- or watch -- a livestream of space in glorious high resolution but there is a reason for this. The livestream ...

  • NASA's Peggy Whitson sets record for most spacewalks by a woman

    Peggy Whitson made history today by floating outside the International Space Station for a record eighth time. The spacewalk lasted about six-and-a-half hours, and saw Whitson surpass the previous record for spacewalks by a woman by American Sunita “Suni” Williams. The walk ...

  • LEGO immortalizes NASA women in brick form

    LEGO is honoring some of the most important women in the history of NASA (and science) -- by turning them into minifigs. The set comes from an idea submitted by Maia Weinstock, deputy editor of MIT News. She proposed it ...

  • NASA discovered seven nearby planets that could support life

    Pack your bags, everyone! NASA announced today it's discovered seven new Earth-sized planets, at least three of which could potentially support life. And, they are relatively close by. All of the planets orbit TRAPPIST-1, an ultra-cool dwarf star roughly the size of Jupiter. ...

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