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Data from BAE Systems TEMPO instrument is now publicly available

Residents and scientists across North America now have access to enhanced air quality data in their area following the launch of a

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NASA Space Tech Spinoffs Benefit Earth Medicine

As NASA innovates for the benefit of all, what the agency develops for exploration has the potential to evolve into

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NewsSpace

NASA’s Tech Demo Streams First Video From Deep Space via Laser

NASA’s Deep Space Optical Communications experiment beamed an ultra-high definition streaming video on Dec. 11 from a record-setting 19 million

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NewsSpace

Nokia selected by NASA to build first ever mobile network on the Moon

Nokia has announced further details after being named by NASA as a partner to advance “Tipping Point” technologies for the

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NewsSpace

The working mum who wrote the Apollo 11 guidance computer source code

A few years after graduating from Earlham College with a BA in Mathematics, Margaret Hamilton soon found herself in charge

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NewsSpace

First ‘marsquake’ captured by UK sensors

The NASA InSight lander, which is supported by the UK Space Agency, has recorded its first candidate for a ‘marsquake’.

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NewsSpace

American Astronauts To Return To The Moon Within 5 Years

Vice President Mike Pence has said that President Donald Trump wants to put an American back on the Moon within

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NewsSecurity News

NASA employee data left exposed due to misconfigured app

A misconfigured app has exposed NASA employees’ personal details including their names and email address, as well as details about ongoing projects,

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NASA New Horizons Successfully Explores Ultima Thule

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft flew past Ultima Thule in the early hours of New Year’s Day, ushering in the era

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NASA Gets Hacked

NASA has been hacked in an incident that the space agency says it is treating as a “top agency priority”

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