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Nearby Alien Planet May Be Capable of Supporting Life

One of the nearest exoplanets to Earth may be a decent abode for life. Ross 128b — which lies just 11…

Kepler in safe mode amid concerns spacecraft is running out of fuel

WASHINGTON — NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has paused science observations upon receiving indications that the spacecraft may be finally running…

NASA planning revisions to commercial crew test flight schedule

RENTON, Wash. — With official dates for commercial crew test flights looming, NASA officials have indicated a revised schedule,…

The James Webb Space Telescope finally takes shape

Last January, at the 229th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society…

Pack Your Microscope —Space-Based Medical Research Is Taking Off

Microgravity medical research in space is accelerating—and giving scientists new hope in finding cures for earthly diseases.

European Satellite to Test Method to Find Ripples in Space, Time

CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA— An experimental satellite slated for launch on Wednesday will test a technique to detect ripples in…

We Are Not Alone In Universe, NASA Scientists Say

It’s highly unlikely we’re alone in the universe, NASA experts are saying, and…

NASA’s Curiosity drives on after crossing Martian dune

NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover is continuing its traverse toward enticing science destinations after…

Mars Rover Curiosity drives Solo For the first time

Washington: NASA’s

Lori Garver Leaving NASA for Air Line Pilots Association

WASHINGTON — NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver is stepping down Sept. 6 to take the top staff job at…

NASA Announces Asteroid Grand Challenge

WASHINGTON — NASA announced Tuesday a Grand…

FBI comes clean on top X-File: ‘We never investigated’ Hottel UFO memo

The FBI says it never followed up on the most popular file in its online reading room — a 

Fan’s Choice – Top Ten Science Fiction Films of All Time (Part 2)

5.  The Thing (1952, 1982 and 2011)

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