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Nasato test SLS booster qualification motor

Nasato test SLS booster qualification motor

Engineers at the American space agency, NASA have said that they are planning to conduct tests on two five-segment boosters and four RS-25 engines that will enable the SLS to reach orbit.

Ashwin Vasavada succeeds John Grotzinger as NASA's New Curiosity Rover Science Chief

Ashwin Vasavada succeeds John Grotzinger as NASA's New Curiosity Rover Science C

NASA has appointed Ashwin Vasavada as the new Curiosity Rover Science Chief.

Painting could help in interesting scientific discoveries: Edward Belbruno

Painting could help in interesting scientific discoveries: Edward Belbruno

Renowned mathematician and author of 'Fly Me to the Moon', Edward Belbruno, uses his paintings to help interesting scientific discoveries.

NASA scientists developing cloud city project to explore Venus

NASA scientists developing cloud city project to explore Venus

Although scientists have focused much of their attention to reach Mars, NASA is proposing a mission to study our next-door neighbor, Venus.

NASA Looking to Name Five Craters on Planet Mercury

NASA Looking to Name Five Craters on Planet Mercury

An innovative contest has been launched by NASA and this contest will take help of the general public and honor a select group of individuals.

Males, Females React Differently to Zero Gravity

Males, Females React Differently to Zero Gravity

According to a study, males and females respond in a different way to long exposure to zero gravity of space, with a resulting difference in health concerns.

Warmest October on Record

Warmest October on Record

According to new data from three independent sources, this October was Earth's warmest on record. The month came after the warmest September on record and the warmest June through August period.

7 NASA Astronauts Visit St. Cloud School

7 NASA Astronauts Visit St. Cloud School

Seven former astronauts were present at the St. Cloud school to be part of an event called Apollo at Apollo.

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A recently conducted study suggests that dogs might have first migrated to Americas about 10,000 years ago which was thousands of years after the first humans crossed a land bridge from Siberia to North America.

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