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A Japanese Spacecraft Could Make Space A Little Cleaner

a japanese spacecraft could make space a little cleaner
Watch VideoHumans have really cluttered up the cosmos. It's estimated we've left behind over 100 million pieces of space junk since we first started exploring in 1957. But Japan wants to clean up..
Newsy

A 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco is sinking — here's why it probably won't fall

a 58-story skyscraper in san francisco is sinking — here's why it probably won't fall
On November 25, new satellite images revealed that San Francisco's Millennium Tower can be seen sinking from space. The 58-story luxury condo skyscraper has sunk 16 inches and tilted two inches..
Business Insider

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News video: Japan Launches Experimental Satellite to Clean Up Space Junk

Japan Launches Experimental Satellite to Clean Up Space Junk 01:11

Space junk is becoming a big problem, but Japan's space agency thinks it has a solution.
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News video: The Week In Space: Remembering NASA Legend John Glenn

The Week In Space: Remembering NASA Legend John Glenn 01:14

In 1962 John Glenn became the first U.S. astronaut to orbit Earth, launching him into history.
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News video: Space agency captures stunning images of Mars valley

Space agency captures stunning images of Mars valley 01:34

The European Space agency releases images taken by the Mars Express capturing the outflow channel Mawrth Vallis.
Source: Reuters - Viral Video -

News video: SNC professor says John Glenn leaves long legacy

SNC professor says John Glenn leaves long legacy

John Glenn continued to inspire others for decades to reach for the stars while improving life here on earth. That continues through the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium, which is a college program..
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News video: Zoom Through An Ancient Martian Valley

Zoom Through An Ancient Martian Valley 00:54

Watch the ESA's animated flyover created from data from the Mars Express orbiter.
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ESA will fund ExoMars 2020 despite Schiaparelli's demise

The ExoMars mission will live on despite the Schiaparelli's lander unfortunate mishap. At a meeting in Switzerland, European Space Agency's member countries have agreed to set aside €436 million..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Hubble spies an irregular galaxy far, far away

Nearly 30 million light-years from Earth, in the direction of the constellation Virgo, lies an irregular galaxy named IC 3583. On Friday, NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) released an image of..
Raw Story

Nations OK European Space Agency's mission to Mars in 2020

In all, member states approved 10.3 billion euros ($10.95 billion) in funding for the agency, which will also allow it to continue participating in the International Space Station program until at..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Russian supply ship launched to International Space Station

MOSCOW (AP) — An unmanned Russian cargo ship has blasted off with a fresh load of supplies to the International Space Station. The space station is currently inhabited by NASA astronauts Shane..
SeattlePI.com

ESA receives first images from the Trace Gas Orbiter around Mars

A European Space Agency orbiter recently evaluated its collection of onboard devices in Mars orbit for the first time, resulting in some breathtaking images and suggesting a bright future for the..
redOrbit

James Webb Space Telescope Will Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before

Move over, Hubble Telescope ― there’s a new BIG scope coming to town. When the $9 billion James Webb Space Telescope is launched in 2018, after two decades of planning and construction, it will..
Huffington Post

Mars is looking good in first photos sent home by new orbiter

A new satellite orbiting Mars just sent home some amazing new images of the red planet's crags and cliffs.  The Trace Gas Orbiter — part of the joint ExoMars mission run by the European Space..
Mashable

European Space Agency Expects Members to Back ISS, ExoMars

Europe's space agency expects its member states to back major programs such as the International Space Station and the ExoMars mission to the Red Planet this week, even if it does not receive the full..
VOA News

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