Saturday, November 28, 2020

Florida News: NASA

NASA: Icy Object Past Pluto Looks Like Reddish Snowman

The snowman picture was taken a half-hour before the spacecraft’s closest approach early Tuesday, from a distance of about 18,000 miles (28,000 kilometers).

NASA’s 1st Flight To Moon, Apollo 8, Marks 50th Anniversary

“Even more worrisome than all of this,” Bridenstine noted earlier this month, Apollo 8 would be in orbit around the moon on Christmas Eve

NASA’s Uncertain Orbit Following the Midterms

Following the midterm elections, Florida’s senatorial result and the Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives means there are questions in the balance for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Not only did the most prominent -- though not the most politically adept -- “space politician” end up losing, but so did some prominent fixtures on committees overseeing budgets that directly concern NASA.

Spacewalkers Install Bird Trackers, Send Satellites Flying

Spacewalking cosmonauts set up an antenna for tracking birds on Earth and sent a series of tiny satellites flying from the International Space Station on Wednesday.

Famed Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Loves The Space Force

Aldrin, the second man to step on the moon in 1969, announced on Twitter his support for the president’s potential extension of the military.

Buzz Aldrin Skips Space Center Gala Amid Feud With His Children

The black-tie Apollo Celebration Gala held under a Saturn V rocket at the Kennedy Space Center on Saturday evening featured a panel discussion by astronauts, an awards ceremony and an auction of space memorabilia.

NASA Spacecraft Sending Back Close-ups of Dwarf Planet Ceres

The spacecraft has been circling Ceres since 2015. In June, it reached its lowest orbit yet, skimming the surface from just 22 miles (35 kilometers) up.

Spacewalking Astronauts Set Up TV Cameras For Arriving Ships

Spacewalking Astronauts Set Up TV Cameras For Arriving Ships

NASA News – Mars Rover Off Line Due To Massive Dust...

NASA News - Mars Rover Off Line Due To Massive Dust Storm . A massive dust storm caused the Mars rover to be knocked offline

New Mars Discoveries Advance Case For Possible Life

Scientists reported Thursday that NASA's Curiosity rover has found potential building blocks of life in an ancient Martian lakebed. Hints have been found before, but this is the best evidence yet.
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