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- 09/06/18--12:00: Who Caused The Mysterious Leak At The International Space Station?
- 09/17/18--10:27: NASA Satellite Will Measure Ice Changes to Assess Sea Level Rise
- 10/15/18--11:50: Someone’s Kid is Gonna Name the Next Mars Rover. Why Not Yours?
- 10/29/18--10:01: Voyager 2 Heads Beyond Our Solar System
- 11/12/18--10:01: NASA InSIGHT Spacecraft Set to Land on Mars Nov. 26
- 11/25/18--13:39: How to Watch NASA’s InSight Land on Mars
- 11/26/18--10:30: WATCH: Live Coverage of Mars InSight Landing
- 11/28/18--17:30: InSight Affirmation: People Still Go Gaga for Mars
NASA has launched the Parker Solar Probe on a 7-year mission to explore the mysteries of space weather. In the process, it's going to get closer than any space mission has ever been to the sun.
NASA's Juno spacecraft didn’t set out to look for volcanos on Jupiter’s moon Io, but it sure is good at spotting them.
The last few weeks have seen two exciting announcements in the search for extraterrestrial water: ice on the Moon and a subsurface lake on Mars.
"We don't reject any theories," said Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russia's space agency. That includes sabotage, though he suspects it was more likely a "technological error."
The global dust storm on Mars has passed, but one of NASA's robotic explorers has not yet checked in.
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The satellite, launched from California, is designed to measure changes in Earth’s ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice and vegetation.
The Mars 2020 rover needs a better name, and NASA will soon be holding a contest to determine what that is. Students 18 or under qualify. All the Mars rovers to date have been named by pre-teens.
On the heels of Voyager 1's historic 2012 breakout into interstellar space its twin, Voyager 2, has begun to detect signs that it too may be on the verge.
Parker will keep getting closer to the sun until it flies through the corona, or outer atmosphere, for the first time next week.
The nearly decade old spacecraft's ability to point at distant stars and identify possible alien worlds had worsened dramatically at the beginning of October.
NASA's InSIGHT spacecraft is scheduled to land on Mars Monday, November 26, on a mission to look within the Red Planet.
NASA's most recent mission to Mars will investigate the interior of the Red Planet.
KQED Science is following the Mars InSight landing closely. This will be the first time since 2012 a new spacecraft touches down on the Red Planet.
Several hundred people converged at Chabot Space & Science Center to share NASA's live-streamed coverage of the landing of InSIGHT.