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NASA Scientist Shaves ‘James Webb Beard’ After Successful Deployment

It looks good! Baby face! One of NASA’s top scientists finally shaved off his “James Webb beard” yesterday to celebrate the successful deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope. Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA Associate Administrator for the Directorate of Scientific Missions, showed his freshly shaved face on Twitter, posting the photo …

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Could Find Red Shift Galaxies That Are The Oldest Objects In The Universe

After 25 years of development costing nearly $ 10 billion, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope was finally launched on Christmas Day. Assuming there is no problem and the six-ton ​​telescope is able to fully deploy its instruments over the next 5.5 months, eligible scientists will begin to take turns pointing …

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Viral publication is wrong about NASA-funded study

The claim: NASA just hired 24 theologians to assess how the world would react to the discovery of alien life The prospect of discovering alien life may sound like science fiction to many, but not to NASA. In 2015, the agency and the John Templeton Foundation awarded a grant for …

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UCF and Florida State among universities to research aviation for NASA – WFTV

ORANGE COUNTY, Florida – The University of Central Florida and Florida State University are among the teams that will provide invaluable assistance to NASA’s research into sustainable aviation. The two schools are among the university teams selected to participate in NASA’s University Leadership Initiative. The initiative gives the academic community …

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NASA’s historic space telescope features revolutionary UH-designed sensors

James Webb Space Telescope. Photo courtesy: UH After NASA launched the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) on a landmark mission this month, scientists are anticipating their first glimpses of the most distant objects ever seen in the universe. Technology developed and tested at the University of Hawaii Institute of Astronomy …

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LEGO to launch NASA-inspired moon sets in time for Artemis I launch

December 29, 2021 LEGO is launching a new series of NASA Artemis Program-themed construction toys just in time to coincide with the first mission. The toy company recently unveiled the first two of its NASA-inspired LEGO City Space sets with clues about more to come. The release of the new …

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NASA releases audio clip of what Jupiter’s icy moon Ganymede looks like

Imagining Ganymede, the icy moon of Jupiter and the largest moon in our solar system, can be quite a challenge. (I’m still at, “Whoa, that’s a big moon.”) Realize that’s a whole different story, and scientists are still working on it. Whether you are looking to learn more about the …

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NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Burns Critical Mid-Term Correction

Through Nasa December 25, 2021 At 7:50 p.m. EST on December 25, 2021, the James Webb Space Telescope launched its first course correction to adjust its course to its final orbit. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center AT 7:50 p.m. EST, Webb first mid-term corrective burn has begun. It lasted …

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Astronaut Gets Haircut by ISS Teammate: “Welcome to the NASA Lounge”

Astronaut Matthias Maurer shared the video on Twitter which shows him getting his hair cut by his teammate Raja Chari on the International Space Station. In the video, Maurer can be seen kneeling and holding onto the spaceship as Chari uses a clipper to cut his hair. In a witty …

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What is a comet? | NASA Space Square – NASA Science For Kids

The short answer: Comets are large objects made of dust and ice that orbit the Sun. Best known for their long, sinking tails, these ancient objects are vestiges of the formation of the solar system 4.6 billion years ago. Comets, like the comet ISON pictured here, are believed to contain …

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