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This Week @NASA, May 24, 2019

Company Named to Provide Lunar Gateway Power and Propulsion Element, Orion’s Ascent Abort-2 Flight Test Article Rolls Out to the Pad and more ...

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537-Earth Glow

In 1972 Apollo 16 astronauts took an ultraviolet image of the Earth from the Moon which shows that like the Sun ,the Earth too, has a faint corona of gas surrounding it. Scientists are just beginning

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Gravity Assist Podcast: Season 3 Trailer

What’s so special about our Moon? Join Jim Green, NASA’s chief scientist, for a podcast season that dives into the Moon’s history and mysteries, as well as NASA’s plans to send astronauts there by 202

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25E-37-Slow Movers At The Edge Of Our Solar System

Imagine a world that is so far from our Sun that it receives less than 1/5000 of the heat and light that makes our life possible. If your were standing on it, you could cover the Sun with the tip of a



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Episode 211: Making a Mark

Photos of a Spaceship being constructed in Florida emerged, as did a splat on the Moon.

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This Week @NASA, May 17, 2019

Budget Amendment Supporting Humans on Moon in 2024, Shrinking Moon May Be Generating Moonquakes and more ...

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536-Ultima Thule

Traveling an additional billion miles beyond Pluto, the New Horizons spacecraft is now sending back data on 2014 MU69, a strange snow man shaped object which orbits the Sun once every 298 years. The N

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Episode 10: Gateway

NASA’s latest exploration goals center on returning humans to the Moon – not just for a visit, but to stay. At the center of that plan is Gateway. It’s a small lunar outpost that will have living quar


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Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Episode 10, Concurrent Engineering The European Space Agency’s Torsten Bieler discusses how ESA uses concurrent engineering.

Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Episode 10, Concurrent Engineering

The European Space Agency’s Torsten Bieler discusses how ESA uses concurrent engineering.

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24E-36-Earth and Moon as Evening Stars

A human with normal vision standing on Mars would see the Earth and our Moon as a double evening star. An observer on Mars would also see the distance between the Earth and Moon change as they revolve

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Episode 210: Free Two-Day to Luna

Old news about a parachute failure, and new predictions about a feather on the Moon.

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Ep. 530: Astronomy of the Andes - Then and Now Pt. 2

530: Astronomy of the Andes - Then and Now Pt. 2 Astronomy Cast 530: Astronomy of the Andes - Then and Now Pt. 2 by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay South America, especially the Atacama Desert in Chile h


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This Week @NASA, May 10, 2019

SpaceX Resupply Spacecraft Arrives at Space Station, Astronauts Feustel and Arnold Make Post-Flight Appearances and more ...

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535-Alone Or Not

In our Milky Way Galaxy alone there are probably 25 billion planets located within the habitable zone of its star where there could be air to breathe and liquid water on its surface. The search is on

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Gravity Assist Podcast: Why Do We Have a Moon? With Robin Canup

Learn about how the Moon formed in this conversation with Robin Canup of the Southwest Research Institute.

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23E-35-An Asteroid With A Ring

Programs 31-60 Travelers in The Night Programs Contents 1 31-A Gentle Breakup Of An Asteroid 2 32-A Peanut Shaped Asteroid with a Moon 3 33-A Busy Month in the Earth's Neighborhood 4 34- Number



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