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An artist's rendition of Voyager I in interstellar space. (Image courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech)

Voyager Has Left the Building

NASA announced in a Science journal article this week that the Voyager 1 spacecraft is the first human-made object reach interstellar space.

The spacecraft is 12 billion miles away from us and our space agency thought it was at the edge of the solar system, where the Sun can still influence it, but it actually has been in "the space between the stars" for about a year

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Steve Running
Photo by Todd Goodrich

Nobel Prize Winning University of Montana Professor Named to NASA Committee [AUDIO]

University of Montana Regents Professor of Ecology Steve Running was recently named to the NASA Advisory Council Science Committee, and to be the chair of the Earth Science subcommittee within that organization.

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Photo courtesy of NASA Goddard Photo and Video

University of Montana to Purchase $1.25 Million Telescope to Search for Earth-Like Planets, NASA Approves Grant

The University of Montana is getting some help to purchase a $1.25 million telescope.

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Orion sounding rocket launching from Wallops Island, VA. (NASA TV-Wallops)

College Students Watch NASA Rocket Launch

Early Thursday morning, June 20, a Terrier-improved Orion sounding rocket launched from NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility in Virginia.

What made the launch special were the experiments it carried - which university students from around the country will analyze

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NASA to Pay an Absolutely Ridiculous $70 Million Per Seat to Fly to the International Space Station

Hitching a ride usually only costs some gas and toll money.

But you’ll have to dig really deep into your pockets for a ride into orbit.

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A recent self-portrait of the Mars rover Curiosity. (JPL/NASA)

Mars Rovers on a ‘Sunny’ Vacation – Call Back Later

Since April 4th, the Mars rovers Curiosity and Opportunity have "hung up" their phones.

It's a planned disconnect, though. NASA reports that every two years the Earth and Mars end up on opposite sides of the Sun as they roll around the Solar System

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This is a visualization created by NASA's program Eyes on the Solar System. This is NOT an actual photo of the asteroid. (NASA/Eyes on the Solar System)

Asteroid 2012 DA14 Passes By – As Predicted

It was during the noon hour Mountain Time, that Asteroid 2012 DA14 approached and passed Earth Friday, February 15. Its path went in a general south to north direction.

It didn't hit any satellites and it didn't stay around very long

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This Giant Asteroid Is Barely Going to Miss Earth on Friday

Seventeen-thousand miles might not sound particularly close at first listen, but when it comes to a gigantic rock the size of half a football field, it's a bit scarier.

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Dinosaur Footprints Excavated From NASA’s Backyard

The coolest thing we've ever found behind the house was a cigar box with our dad's stash in it, so this NASA find is pretty exciting.

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NASA has determined the path of Asteroid DA14. (NASA)

Asteroid DA14 will Slip by Earth – Very Close

If you listen regularly to KLYQ's overnight program "Coast to Coast AM," you know that an asteroid is going to zip by the Earth on February 15.

Some have predicted that the rock will hit the Earth, but the scientists at NASA, who track all the "Earth-crossing" asteroids out there in the Solar System, say the path takes the asteroid between the Earth and the Moon, but it will not hit us

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