Visiting Pluto

Visiting Pluto

Visiting Pluto A NASA spacecraft is about to fly by the solar system’s favorite dwarf planet. On July 14, tiny, far-flung Pluto is about to have a visitor — at least for a few hours. Visiting : NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is speeding toward the dwarf planet. Earlier probes had flown past, orbited, crashed into or landed on every other large world that orbits the sun. Now Pluto is getting its turn. For 9.5 years, New Horizons has been traveling across nearly 5 billion kilometers of space. But in recent…

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THE REAL ALIEN PHOTOS LEAKED FROM NASA’S TOP SECRET VAULT !

THE REAL ALIEN PHOTOS LEAKED FROM NASA’S TOP SECRET VAULT !

THE REAL ALIEN PHOTOS LEAKED FROM NASA’S TOP SECRET VAULT ! UFO enthusiasts gathered in Mexico to view the ‘alien’ slides (Picture: YouTube) Highly anticipated slides said to show off a humanoid alien found near Roswell in a crashed spacecraft in 1947 have been released. UFO enthusiasts had been awaiting the unveiling of the so-called ‘Roswell Slides’ for months – hoping to finally know the truth of the ‘Area 51’ crash. Many UFO enthusiasts believe that the U.S. government found a crashed alien vehicle at the site in 1947. The slides…

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SpaceX Launches Rocket from NASA’s Historic Moon Pad

SpaceX Launches Rocket from NASA's Historic Moon Pad

SpaceX Launches Rocket from NASA’s Historic Moon Pad The SpaceX Falcon rocket launches from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, carrying a load of supplies for the International Space Station. (Craig Bailey/Florida Today via AP) (AP) CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A SpaceX rocket soared from NASA’s long-idled moonshot pad Sunday, sending up space station supplies from the exact spot where astronauts embarked on the lunar landings nearly a half-century ago. It was the first flight from NASA’s legendary Launch Complex 39A since the shuttle…

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Jezero crater most popular scientific target on Mars for NASA’s 2020 rover

Jezero crater most popular scientific target on Mars for NASA’s 2020 rover

Jezero crater most popular scientific target on Mars for NASA’s 2020 rover Update: Following closed afternoon meetings at the conclusion of a scientific advisory session on 10 February, NASA announced the official final 3 sites under consideration for the Mars 2020 rover. As expected, Jezero and Northeast Syrtis were put forward. But rather than forwarding along Eberswalde or Mawrth Vallis, two other top candidates, the 2020 rover team stated that Columbia Hills, a site previously explored by the Spirit rover, would be considered as the third option. Here is our initial…

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