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KSC was fortunate that Matthew didn’t gain strength: Bob Cabana says

KSC was fortunate that Matthew didn’t gain strength: Bob Cabana says

The Kennedy Space Center (KSC) was fortunate that Hurricane Matthew did not hit at high tide and did not gain strength, the NASA facility’s director, Bob Cabana, said.

Saturn moon Dione may have liquid water beneath its surface: NASA

Saturn moon Dione may have liquid water beneath its surface: NASA

Saturn’s icy moon Dione may have a liquid water ocean beneath its surface, a fresh analysis of data collected by American space agency NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has suggested.

NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission enters Phase B of mission

NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission enters Phase B of mission

NASA said it has accepted a review of Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) on August 15.

Russia wants to reduce its ISS crew member from three to two

Russia wants to reduce its ISS crew member from three to two

Recently Russia announced a decision to reduce its number of astronauts serving on International Space Station from three to two. The country will collaborate with NASA mission on ISS till 2024.

Curiosity rover Completes Four Years on Mars, but it isn’t over Yet

Curiosity rover Completes Four Years on Mars, but it isn’t over Yet

It has been four years that NASA's Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) is on mission on the Red Planet Leicester planetary. The day was 6 August, 2012, when Curiosity rover was sent to Mars.

Juno will soon reach to closest point of orbit to Jupiter

Juno will soon reach to closest point of orbit to Jupiter

Juno spacecraft first arrived at Jupiter on July 4 this year, since then it is orbiting the largest planet of our solar system.

NASA sends group of intellectuals to bottom of Atlantic for 16 days to learn about space

NASA sends group of intellectuals to bottom of Atlantic for 16 days to learn abo

The US space agency NASA has sent a crew of astronauts, engineers and scientists at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean to stay there for 16 days for an apparently counterintuitive reason: to learn about

NASA calling space enthusiasts to send art on journey aboard OSIRIS-Rex spacecraft

NASA calling space enthusiasts to send art on journey aboard OSIRIS-Rex spacecra

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has invited all space enthusiasts to submit their artistic endeavors on a journey aboard NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Iden

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Tomah VA hospital dentist resigned after exposing veterans to Hepatitis C, HIV

The dentist who allegedly exposed hundreds of veterans at a Wisconsin VA hospital to serious infections like Hepatitis C and HIV has resigned, hospital officials announced.

Tomah VA Medical Center’s acting medical director, Victoria Brahm, said in a statement that the hospital is undergoing a major overhaul after the dentist put veterans...

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