Last Man To Walk On Moon Dead At 82Astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, died at the age of 82 in Houston hospital.
Spacewalking Astronauts Upgrade Station's Power GridIt's out with the old and in with the new aboard the International Space Station when Commander Shane Kimbrough and French astronaut Thomas Pesquest performed a spacewalk to replace the station's old batteries.
Scientists: Moon Over The Hill At 4.51 Billion Years OldIt turns out the moon is older than many scientists suspected: a ripe 4.51 billion years old.
NASA Launches Mini-Satellites For Hurricane ForecastingEight mini-satellites which will be used to measure surface wind in the heart of hurricanes were launched into space Thursday morning by NASA.
Best Weather Satellite Ever Built Rockets Into SpaceThe most advanced weather satellite ever built rocketed into space Saturday night, part of an $11 billion effort to revolutionize forecasting and save lives.
NASA's Next Weather Satellite To Revolutionize ForecastingThe United States' most advanced weather satellite is set for a sunset liftoff Saturday.
NASA Astronaut To Become Oldest Woman In SpaceWhen NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson rockets off the planet this week she'll be become the oldest woman in space.
The Supermoon Is Coming & So Are The King TidesSouth Florida will soon be in for another celestial treat with a showstopper of a supermoon but the beautiful sight in the sky may also bring some flooding to South Florida with the arrival of the November King Tides.
Showstopper November Supermoon Is Closest Moon To Earth Since 1948South Florida will soon be in for another celestial treat with a showstopper of a supermoon.
Rocket Launches On Space Station Supply RunMore than five thousand pounds of food, equipment and other supplies are on the way to the International Space Station.
Rocket Launch Expected To Be Visible From Entire East CoastA bad cable delayed a rocket launch from Virginia on Sunday by a NASA shipper eager to make a strong comeback.
NASA, SpaceX Move To Protect Rockets, Capsules From HurricaneAt the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, NASA and the private company SpaceX are taking precautions to protect their capsules and rockets from Hurricane Matthew.

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