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NASA astronauts speak after the historic return of SpaceX – Reuters

NASA astronauts speak after the historic return of SpaceX to Reuters Watch CBS Evening News Season 2020 Episode 0802: CBS Weekend News, August 2, 2020 – Full Show on CBS All Access cbs.com The first astronauts launched by SpaceX return to Earth Los Angeles Times Dragon Space Endeavor Space Splashes Down Coast Coast on Successful Mission Recovery. aviation The first …

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The Hubble Space Telescope looks near and far

from ESA / Hubble 2 August 2020 (Click image to view full.) Hubble Space Telescope Image of the Forbidden Spiral Galaxy NGC 4907. Credit: ESA / Hubble & NASA, M. Gregg The forbidden spiral galaxy known as NGC 4907 shows its best side by 270 million light-years away for anyone who can see it from the northern hemisphere. This is …

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SpaceX space spray review: Watch NASA astronauts return safely to Earth

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley entered the crew screen and ready to go before clearing the launch on May 27th. SpaceX The first return of a US spacecraft and commercial operation vessel carrying two NASA astronauts from the International Space Station made waves on Sunday when it collided in the Gulf of Mexico, as scheduled at 11:48 p.m. …

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SpaceX captures the American flag on the space station in the Obama-era race

SpaceX is gearing up to win a flag-raising game as astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley prepare to return to Earth this weekend. President Barack Obama launched the competition nine years ago, when his administration funded a public-private partnership program in which NASA would work with companies to send people into space. SpaceX defeated the other company in the competition, …

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‘Space Butterfly’ is a giant gas bubble floating in the Milky Way

An image of a spectacular gas bubble in the Milky Way has been captured by the European Southern Observatory (ESO) telescope. The striking planetary nebula, known as NGC 2899, appears to be floating and crashing across the sky in this pristine image from ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. A planetary nebula is created when a star goes out …

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Satellite study shows coastal hotspots in California

Coastal elevation in California. Coastal areas, defined as those with a height of less than 10 m, are indicated in red. Seaside segments higher than 10 m are colored by a yellow gradient. Credit: USGS NED. A majority of the world’s population lives on lowland near the sea, some of which are projected to be flooded by the end of …

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