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30 Years Since Challenger: Teacher-In-Space Finalists GatherDozens of educators who had competed alongside Christa McAuliffe to be the first teacher in space gathered to remember the seven astronauts who died while aboard the Challenger 30 years ago.
Astronaut Nurses Flower To Full Bloom After Mold InvasionIt might still be winter in the Northern Hemisphere and summer in the Southern Hemisphere, but for the International Space Station it's spring all the way.
SpaceX's Returned Booster Rocket Back In HangarSpaceX's booster rocket, the Falcon, is back in its nest following a historic landing.
NASA Calls Off Next Mars Mission Due To Leaky SealA leaky seal on a key science instrument has forced NASA to cancel its next mission to Mars.
SpaceX Rocket Ready For Launch At Cape CanaveralAfter three days of testing, SpaceX said they're ready to launch a rocket Sunday, their first since a summer accident grounded its Falcon line of rockets.
NASA: Spacewalk Needed To Move Stalled Rail CarA couple of American astronauts are lacing up their spacewalking boots to free a stalled rail car on the International Space Station.
NASA Looking For New Astronauts In Hopes Of Reaching MarsIs your bachelor's degree in science, math or engineering collecting dust as you skim through the wanted ads? Well, check the space travel section because NASA needs you.
Crew Of Space Station Gets Early Christmas PresentChristmas came early for the crew of the International Space Station. Early Wednesday a supply capsule arrived with much need groceries, supplies and Christmas presents.
First NASA Shipment In Months Launches Toward Space StationAfter several days of bad weather, NASA was able to make a successful launch for a much-needed shipment of groceries and other astronaut supplies to the International Space Station.
Rain Threatens NASA Launch For Second Day In A RowFoul weather has stalled a critical NASA space station delivery for the second time in as many days.
NASA Counting On 1st US Space Station Shipment In MonthsNASA officials say they are counting on the first U.S. delivery to the International Space Station in nearly eight months.
Air Traffic Controller Shortage Affects South FloridaStaffing shortages among air traffic controllers have reached a crisis level in this country, according to their union. And they said it is particularly true right here in South Florida.

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