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SpaceX Dragon Returns |NASA Science

  • SpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft splashed down at 3:05 p.m. EDT Sunday, May 18, 2014 in the Pacific Ocean, approximately 300 miles west of Baja California, returning more than 3,500 pounds of NASA cargo and science samples from the International Space Station.
  • Investigations included among the returned cargo could aid in better understanding the decreased effectiveness of antibiotics during spaceflight while also improving antibiotic development on Earth. Others could lead to the development of plants better suited for space and improvements in sustainable agriculture.
  • The T-Cell Activation in Aging experiment, which also launched to space aboard Dragon, seeks the cause of a depression in the human immune system while in microgravity. The research could help researchers develop better protective measures to prevent disease in astronauts.
  • Image Credit: SpaceX

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NASA Sun-Earth Video Wins International Science Challenge
Space.com A NASA video that shows exactly how profoundly and dramatically the sun influences Earth’s climate and weather has won a high-profile international

NASA Probe Finds Newly Formed Crater On Mars
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NASA has run before-and-after imaging of fresh craters on Mars before and has determined that about 200 new ones per year of at least 12.8 feet in Google Plus Facebook Twitter

NASA Posts Final Asteroid Workshop Report
In 2013, NASA kicked off the Asteroid Redirect Mission and the Asteroid Grand Challenge, collectively known as the Asteroid Initiative. On June 18, we

NASA sued over jelly doughnut-shaped Martian rock Atlanta Journal ConstitutionSince then, NASA scientists have theorized the rock was simply knocked into the shot by one of the rover’s wheels and it is, in fact, just a rock.
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Nasa reveals plan to help private firms take America back to the Moon
Daily Mail America is heading back to the moon – only this time, private firms will be footing the bill. Nasa has called for partners interested in developing low cost

NASA study points to infrared-herring in apparent Amazon green-up Phys.OrgNow, a new NASA study published today in the journal Nature shows that the appearance of canopy greening is not caused by a biophysical change

NASA and ESA Space Telescopes Help Solve Mystery of Burned
Space Daily
Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes, and Europe’s Herschel Space Observatory, have pieced together the evolutionary

Watch NASA Use a Rocket Sled to Test Supersonic Parachute for
WiredIn the video above, NASA engineers use a rocket sled to test an enormous supersonic parachute that could one day land spacecraft on Mars. Oh yeah

NASA Mars Orbiter Examines Dramatic New CraterJet Propulsion LaboratoryA dramatic, fresh impact crater dominates this image taken by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA’s Mars

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NASA New Year’s Eve: Astronauts Will Ring in 2014 from Times CBS NewsAmong the thousands of revelers expected to flood into Times Square for tonight’s New Year’s Eve celebration will be NASA astronaut Mike
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NASA Offers News Media Access to TDRS-L Spacecraft Jan. 3 Sacramento BeeMedia will be able to view the TDRS-L spacecraft and interview project and launch program officials from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in
NASA’s laser Moon mission to boost space communication Business StandardNASA has completed its 30-day lunar laser mission which confirmed that the possibility of expanding broadband capabilities in space using laser
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NASA Sends Out of This World New Year’s Greeting in Times Square Sacramento BeeWASHINGTON, Dec. 30, 2013 — /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — NASA astronauts will help ring in 2014 by sending greetings from space and from

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NASA’s Hubble Sees Cloudy Super-Worlds With Chance for More Space DailyScientists using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have characterized the atmospheres of two of the most common type of planets in the Milky Way

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Delivers Beautiful Photos of Saturn and The EscapistNASA’s Cassini imaging team shared some beautiful images of Saturn and its moons Titan and Enceladus for the holidays. The Cassini orbiter has

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Science Recorder
Best Of The Best: The Top NASA Stories For 2013 RedOrbitEvery year, it seems NASA announces several exciting new developments or first-ever achievements and 2013 was no different. From entering into

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NASA budget cuts threatens Cassini, Curiosity missions Science RecorderMoney is in short supply over at NASA and scientists are getting worried. Budget cuts are slowing down the rate new missions are launched and could

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