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NASA plans to send people to the Moon by 2024, but Mars only likely by 2033... or 2060
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NASA plans to send people to the Moon by 2024, but Mars only likely by 2033... or 2060

NASA's likelihood of reaching Mars by 2033 was found 'infeasible', a realistic estimate being 2039.

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 claims round-trip mission to Mars could last three years; to explore how it might affect human body
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NASA claims round-trip mission to Mars could last three years; to explore how it might affect human body

Combined with ongoing NASA studies, the new research could enable safer and more effective travel to destinations beyond low-Earth orbit.

NASA-funded scientists to observe upcoming solar eclipse with two retrofitted WB-57F research jets
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NASA-funded scientists to observe upcoming solar eclipse with two retrofitted WB-57F research jets

This will enable them to view the eclipse for over seven minutes, while it will last for only two and a half minutes for other viewers.

Google rolls out zero gravity 'Street View' tour of the International Space Station
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Google rolls out zero gravity 'Street View' tour of the International Space Station

After a first-of-its-kind initiative with the European Space Agency (ESA), Google on Friday rolled out the 'Street View' of the International Space Station (ISS) on Google Maps.

Astronauts successfully replace a failed computer during a hastily planned spacewalk
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Astronauts successfully replace a failed computer during a hastily planned spacewalk

Two U.S. astronauts completed a hastily planned spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Tuesday to replace a computer that failed on Saturday.

Space travel may reduce astronauts' exercise capacity due to change in cardiovascular function
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Space travel may reduce astronauts' exercise capacity due to change in cardiovascular function

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) or those on long-duration space flights, such as journeys to Mars or deep space are likely to have a 30 and 50 percent decline in exercise capacity because of a decrease in the way oxygen moves through the body, say researchers.

NASA is going to study microbes in the International Space Station
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NASA is going to study microbes in the International Space Station

The microbes that people have brought with them to the International Space Station are the focus of a new research opportunity from NASA.

Being in space makes you an environmentalist, reveals astronaut Scott Kelly
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Being in space makes you an environmentalist, reveals astronaut Scott Kelly

US astronaut Scott Kelly and his Russian counterpart Mikhail Kornienko are scheduled to land in Kazakhstan early on 2 March.

ISS caught on camera, near Moon and Jupiter
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ISS caught on camera, near Moon and Jupiter

The International Space Station (ISS) has been captured on lens by two photographers, while it was traversing across ...