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Dawn spacecraft approaches the asteroid Ceres. (NASA/Dawn)
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NASA’s Dawn Spacecraft Orbits Ceres Asteroid

NASA's Dawn spacecraft has entered orbit around what has become the "mysterious" Ceres, one of the largest asteroids in the asteroid belt of our solar system. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Padadena has been very busy, as you might imagine

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In the International Space Station, Scott Kelly and Mickhail Kornienko talk to Dirk Van on "First Light." (NASA/ISS)
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ISS Astronauts Interviewed on KLYQ, KGVO [video]

It was an interview from orbit on the news program "First Light" Thursday, April 30.

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Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko in flase color. (ESA,Rosetta, NAVCAM, processing by Giuseppe Conzo)
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Comet is Closing in on the Sun

The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft is accompanying Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko as it approaches the Sun.

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Red moon. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Saturday Morning’s Full Moon Will Darken

Saturday morning the astronomy buffs will be looking up at the moon as we experience a lunar eclipse.

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Photos.com
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Thunderstorms Seen From Space Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine

If you survived the brutally cold winter we're still trying to get over, then you know how powerful Mother Nature can be. Not that you needed it, but here's another reminder.

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NASA, Weather Channel
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Sizzling Time-Lapse of the Sun Will Heat Up Your Day

With winter pounding frigid temperatures down on most of the country, it may seem like the sun will never beam down and warm us up again, but this is a good reminder that it most certainly will.

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NASA/ESA
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Smiley Face in Space Is an Out of This World Sight

In space, no one can hear you scream. But everyone can see you smile.

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Wavebreak Media
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8 Sick Remedies That May (Or May Not) Nurse You Back to Health

Your nose is running like it's in a 100-yard dash, you're shivering like you're watching a horror movie and your body temperature is hot enough to cook bacon. There's no doubt about it -- you're sick.

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Launch of SMAP was successful on January 31. (NASA/JPL)
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NASA Launch of SMAP Involves University of Montana

An Earth-orbiting satellite called SMAP was launched at 7:22 A.M. MST Saturday morning from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The University of Montana in Missoula helped write the onboard software.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson (Photo provided)
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Tyson Lecture Sells Out at MSU

The notice went out on MSU Leadersip Institute's Facebook page about an hour after ticket sales begain - the Neil deGrasse Tyson lecture was sold out!

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