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Space and Astronomy in 2019: Unforgettable findings and events in space exploration, the universe
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Space and Astronomy in 2019: Unforgettable findings and events in space exploration, the universe

We saw the first black hole photo, many moon landings, the most distant asteroid ever imaged beyond Pluto among other spectacular wonders.

Space Laws: What criminal law if any, applies to astronauts in outer space?
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Space Laws: What criminal law if any, applies to astronauts in outer space?

NASA is currently investigating what could be the first-ever alleged crime committed in space.

NASA is investigating Astronoaut Anne McClain for its first crime committed in space
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NASA is investigating Astronoaut Anne McClain for its first crime committed in space

McClain is accused of identity theft and improperly accessing her estranged wife's financial records.

NASA investigating first space crime after astronaut accused of identity theft by spouse, says report
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NASA investigating first space crime after astronaut accused of identity theft by spouse, says report

Astronaut Anne McClain is reportedly accused of identity theft and improperly accessing her estranged wife's private financial records while on a sixth-month mission aboard the International Space Station

NASA's International Space Station faces power outage, SpaceX cargo launch delayed
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NASA's International Space Station faces power outage, SpaceX cargo launch delayed

The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has to postpone its cargo mission to space after NASA called it off.

NASA's Christina Koch's stay to help understand effect of long term spaceflight on women
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NASA's Christina Koch's stay to help understand effect of long term spaceflight on women

All the data of astronaut's lives in space mostly focus on men, Christina Koch will help researchers understand women in space better.

NASA scraps all-women spacewalk because of a lack of well-fitted spacesuits at ISS
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NASA scraps all-women spacewalk because of a lack of well-fitted spacesuits at ISS

All 215 spacewalks by the space station crew till date have been male-only or mixed male-female teams.

NASA astronauts replace three old nickel-hydrogen batteries on the ISS
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NASA astronauts replace three old nickel-hydrogen batteries on the ISS

Friday’s spacewalk was the first of three planned excursions to replace batteries by NASA.

Russian-American crew arrive at the International Space Station
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Russian-American crew arrive at the International Space Station

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine congratulated the crew on a successful launch.

SpaceX's Dragon Capsule to splash down today after trip to the ISS
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SpaceX's Dragon Capsule to splash down today after trip to the ISS

A SpaceX rocket had launched the 16-foot-tall capsule from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

NASA astronauts to go on the world's first all-woman spacewalk on 29 March
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NASA astronauts to go on the world's first all-woman spacewalk on 29 March

The spacewalk is expected to last roughly 7 hours and falls towards the end of Woman's History Month.

SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule successfully docks on the International Space Station
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SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule successfully docks on the International Space Station

The docking of the capsule, with only a dummy on board, was concluded nearly 400 kms over the Earth.

SpaceX rocket with an unmanned Dragon capsule blasts off towards the ISS
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SpaceX rocket with an unmanned Dragon capsule blasts off towards the ISS

Either SpaceX or Boeing will have bragging rights as the first private company to launch humans.