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NASA has taken a major step toward protecting Earth from dangerous asteroids.
The James Webb Space Telescope has captured a mesmerizing view of the planet.
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After two failed launch attempts, NASA’s new rocket faces weeks of repairs.
It’s the inadvertent soundtrack to America’s space program. It’s also an earworm.
NASA is ready to give an ambitious lunar program its first real test.
The cosmic scream isn’t what space truly sounds like. It’s still terrifying.
The stars sail past one another, and the night sky would probably be fabulous.
An assortment of celestial objects can sometimes resemble cured meats.
A shadowy cave at the bottom of a lunar pit might not sound like a nice spot, but it’s more comfortable than the surface.
The new observatory may have found the most ancient starlight we’ve ever seen—and it’s only the beginning.
The James Webb Space Telescope’s new observations of exoplanet atmospheres are quietly thrilling.
In astronomy, the study of fast radio bursts can sometimes feel like a game of Clue.
Seen through the James Webb Space Telescope, the Carina Nebula is positively bursting with stuff.
The James Webb Space Telescope’s debut is dazzling—and only the beginning.
The James Webb Space Telescope’s first full-color images, set to be released in days, will signal the start of a new era in space science.
The planet is looking extra sharp in photo dispatches from NASA’s newest rover.
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