NASA Spacecraft's Photos From 4 Billion Miles Away Set New RecordThe NASA spacecraft that gave us close-ups of Pluto has set a record for the farthest photos ever taken.
Asteroid Coming Close Friday: Don't Worry, We're SafeAnother asteroid is headed our way - the second this week - but there's no need to worry.
E.T. Found? NASA's Mystery Announcement Spurs SpeculationNASA will be addressing the specifics of their discovery on Dec. 14, which the space program says was made using a "learning machine" produced by Google.
2017 Supermoon: Where To See It, And What Time To Look For The Lunar EventOn Dec. 3, Earth will view its only visible "supermoon" of the year; making the planet's lone satellite appear much larger and brighter than at any other point in 2017.
Commander Of 1st Flight Of Space Shuttle Challenger DiesA retired NASA astronaut who commanded the first flight of the space shuttle Challenger and flew on Skylab in the early 1970s has died. Paul Weitz was 85.
Want To See Uranus With The Naked Eye? Tonight Is The NightAll jokes aside, tonight is the night if you want to see Uranus with the naked eye.
Rapper B.o.B Raising Funds To Prove The Earth Is FlatNASA astronauts of the past and present have already weighed in on the rapper's seemingly absurd quest.
U.S. And Russia To Work Together On Constructing A Moon BaseAccording to reports, NASA and its partners plan to start construction of the new orbital habitat in the early 2020's.
End Of An Era: NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Burns Up Over Saturn NASA's Cassini spacecraft is no more: It disintegrated in the skies above Saturn early Friday, following a remarkable journey of 20 years.
Next Stop Earth For NASA's Space ChampNASA all-time space champ Peggy Whitson is back on Earth after a record-breaking flight.
Large Asteroid Passing Earth Will Be Visible With Small TelescopeA little more than a week after everyone turned their eyes to the sky for a solar eclipse, another celestial event is sure to capture the attention of space lovers.
NASA: Eclipse Won't Harm Your Unborn Baby, Poison Your FoodNASA wants to clear up some common misconceptions about solar eclipses, both scientific and superstitious.

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