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Guy Bluford, Aeronautical Engineer and Astronaut

jeudi 23 février 2017
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Learn Telescope Lingo !

jeudi 23 février 2017
So, you want to know how to buy a telescope. Being a knowledgeable consumer is key. Here are six things to keep in mind as you shop.

Exploring the Microwave Universe

jeudi 23 février 2017
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Working in Space is the Job of a Lifetime !

jeudi 23 février 2017
The International Space Station is a busy, working, thriving science lab in space. It has a permanent human presence of astronauts and scientists.

Exploring the Solar System's Last Frontier

jeudi 23 février 2017
The Kuiper Belt is the third zone of the solar system -- and a distant region that is only now being explored by a spacecraft passing through.

What's Happening at NASA Wallops ?

jeudi 23 février 2017
NASA's facilities at Wallops Flight Facility are open to the public for visitor center visits and launches. Learn more about this amazing NASA center.

Meet Cecelia Payne-Gaposchkin

jeudi 23 février 2017
Dr. Cecelia Payne-Gaposchkin was an astronomer who discovered and explained the composition of the Sun and stars. She was a pioneering woman in astronomy.

Dragonfly 44 : Why So Dark ? The Answer Lies in...

jeudi 23 février 2017
The discovery of a dark matter galaxy in the nearby Coma galaxy cluster has astronomers working to explain how one could form and last for so long.

Explore the Nearest Star to Earth and Find a...

jeudi 23 février 2017
Come learn about Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our Sun at the present time. It's a cool, M-type star, and it has a rocky Earth-similar planet!

Meet Voyager 1 : Soaring Beyond the Solar System

jeudi 23 février 2017
Voyager 1 is currently exploring interstellar space. It passed by Jupiter and Saturn in 1979 and 1980, opening up our view of these gas giant planets.

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