NASA’s satellite for the Jupiter mission, Juno, will be launched from Cape Canaveral on 5th August. Find out more about the space craft and the mission

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The official announcement for the landing site for the next Mars Rover has been made by NASA and it is Gale Crater.

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NASA’s space shuttle program finally ends tomorrow with the final landing of Atlantis. Does the future of manned space flight lie in the hands of private companies, like SpaceX?

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A new fourth moon of Pluto has been discovered, thanks to Hubble.

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The new Mars Rover Curiosity will land in one of two places selected by NASA with the final announcement coming on Friday.

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With the end of the space shuttle program, NASA wants to erase out its legacy. This seems to be the mood, one of disbelief, desperation and anger, in the astronomy circles, in reaction to the cancellation of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) program.

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Neptune completes its first revolution of the Sun since its discovery in 1846. So it’s one year for Neptune, 164.8 years for Earth.

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NASA’s four decade long and $209 billion worth space shuttle program comes to an end with the launch of Atlantis on 8th July. But was the shuttle program really worth all that much? A balanced look.

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Atlantis is set to launch in two days – the final breath of the NASA’s four decade old space shuttle program. With a crew of four, it will deliver essential supplies and spares to the ISS.

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Beyond the Sun’s Reach: Voyager Reaches The Edge of Interstellar Space

Voyager is at the edge of the ‘heliosphere’, going farther than any other craft before it or since.

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Google Lunar Eclipse Doodle

Google Lunar Eclipse Doodle – Google has a new Google Doodle which shows the natural phenomenon of Lunar Eclipse in their logo.

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The second longest lunar eclipse this century till take place on 15th June (and 16th June). Make sure you catch it! Here’s our complete guide to the eclipse.

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Endeavour has landed. The last space flight, STS-134, of the youngest shuttle in the NASA fleet, beloved by one and all, came to an end after 16 days in space on the second last mission NASA has planned to the International Space Station.

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Cosmic Fireworks: Stunning Images Captured of Supernova and Black Holes (with pictures and a video)

Watch stunning images of violent events unfolding in the cosmos. Supernovae in the Carina Nebula and an accreting Black Hole in the Centaurus A galaxy provide wondrous sights, all the while being scientifically important.

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It is the culmination of a five-decade old project. Gravity Probe-B (GP-B) has detected a miniscule, but theoretically expected, tilt in its magnetic needles, essentially proving Einstein correct, yet again.

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