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NASA selects proposals to provide new insights from freely available data

NASA selects proposals to provide new insights from freely available data Press release from: NASA Science Mission Directorate Posted: Wednesday June 16 2021 NASA’s Physical Sciences Research Program selected five ground-based proposals in response to the research announcement “Using the NASA Physical Sciences Computer System – Annex G. These five …

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NASA could place a huge telescope on the far side of the moon

The universe is constantly sending us his story. For example: information about what has happened a long time, long long ago, contained in the long-lasting radio waves that are ubiquitous throughout the universe, probably contain the details of how the first stars and black holes were formed. There is a …

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Information on NASA’s Dark Side of the Moon mission plans

For the first time in its history, NASA is planning a mission to the far side of the moon. The new plans involve three trade delivery missions to the surface of the Moon, which will take place over several trips per year to facilitate scientific research on Earth’s closest neighbor. …

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NASA hot air balloon flights launch from New Mexico

FORT SUMNER, NM (KRQE) – NASA’s science balloon program has launched 18 flights with its spring campaign at Fort Sumner. The second flight took off on June 8. This is the program’s first major flight campaign since the pandemic, according to NASA. NASA says the team is supporting science and …

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