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Astronaut’s Adorable Dog Photo Is the Stuff of Legends

This photo is, well, out of this world.

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Photo courtesy of NASA / Handout / Getty Images
Photo courtesy of NASA / Handout / Getty Images
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University of Montana Tied to NASA Satellite Launching This Month

University of Montana Professor John Kimball has been working for ten years on a project called “SMAP” or Soil Moisture Active Passive.

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Astronaut Dave Wilmore looks out the International Space Station cupola. (NASA photo)
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Space Station Captures the Resupply Ship ‘Dragon’

Monday morning, January 12, the astronauts aboard the International Space Station used the 58-foot-long Canadarm 2 to grapple the SpaceX supply ship Dragon and hook it up to the ISS.

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Harrison Schmitt and moon boulder on Apollo 17. (NASA)
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The Last Time We Visited the Moon

Where were you in 1972? That was the last time humans stood on surface of the Moon.

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Artist's view of New Horizons when it passes Pluto next year. (nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov illustration)
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Pluto-bound NASA Spacecraft Wakes Up

It's been a busy few weeks for space news. First a landing on a comet; then, a successful test flight of Orion, and now a tiny NASA spacecraft zooming toward Pluto was successfully awakened over the weekend.

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Orion makes its first flight. (NASA/Kennedy)
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NASA Successfully Launches and Retrieves Orion Spacecraft

Friday morning, after a one-day weather delay, NASA launched the new Orion spacecraft from Florida's Cape Kennedy.

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The long shadow of Surveyor 1 on the lunar surface. (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Arizona State University photo)
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Anniversary June 2 of Surveyor Spacecraft on Moon

The Surveyor series of robotic spacecraft were the first American vehicles to "soft land" on the moon. Surveyor 1 landed June 2, 1966.

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Iceberg B-31, as it breaks away from the Pine Island Glacier. (Holli Riebeek Image/NASA Earth Observatory/Landsat 8)
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Large Antarctic Iceberg Heads Toward Shipping Lanes

Besides looking at other planets, we have satellites observing Earth, too. From those images, here's the life thus far of an Antarctic iceberg the U.S. National Ice Center calls B31. You can follow along in the NASA Earth Observatory images below

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A new crater on the surface of Mars. (NASA/JPL_Caltech/University of Arizona)
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A New Crater Spotted on Mars

There's a satellite in orbit around Mars with a camera that has found a recent crater on the surface.

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Astronaut holding cooling unit December 24. (ISS/NASA)
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Astronauts Spending a Lot of Time Outside Space Station

Earlier this week, U.S. astronauts on the International Space Station ventured out of the station twice to successfully replace a cooling unit.

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