NASA: First 'Interstellar Visitor' Captured Traveling Through Our Solar SystemScientists observed what appears to be a "rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue" traveling at approximately 85,700 miles-per-hour through the Milky Way.
Want To See Uranus With The Naked Eye? Tonight Is The NightExperts say you may be able to see the icy blue planet with the naked eye, but if not, binoculars should do the trick.
Rapper B.o.B Raising Funds To Prove The Earth Is FlatNASA astronauts of the past and present have already weighed in on the rapper's seemingly absurd quest.
Cassini Completes 20-Year Mission With Plunge Into SaturnRadio silence signaled the end of a 20-year mission. The Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere at about 70,000 miles per hour Friday morning and vaporized into the planet it has studied for the past 13 years.
NASA Is Hiring A Planetary Protection Officer To Protect Earth From AliensNASA is looking to hire a Planetary Protection Officer who would protect Earth from possible alien contamination.
NASA Discovers 7 Earth-Like Planets Orbiting StarA system of seven Earth-like planets, three of which are considered to be in the “habitable zone,” have been discovered orbiting a single star, NASA announced Wednesday.
NASA Troubleshooting Drill Problem On Mars Curiosity RoverNASA says it's troubleshooting a snag on the Mars rover Curiosity that's preventing it from moving its robotic arm and driving to another spot.
'I Voted From Space': Lone American Off Planet Casts BallotThe lone American off the planet has cast his vote from space, keeping with NASA's motto of "Vote while you float."
No, NASA Did Not Change Your Zodiac Sign -- And They Have No Plans ToSo relax, people of Earth. All your Scorpio key chains, Libra necklaces and Leo bath mats are safe. The story making the rounds is bull, and we don't mean Taurus.
NASA's Juno Spacecraft Beams First Pictures From JupiterA NASA spacecraft has sent back the first pictures since arriving at Jupiter.
NASA's Juno Spacecraft Enters Jupiter's OrbitJuno's solar panels successfully deployed Monday night, allowing the NASA spacecraft to begin an extensive exploration of Jupiter.
NASA's Juno Spacecraft Prepares For Cosmic Date With JupiterA solar-powered spacecraft is spinning toward Jupiter for the closest encounter with the biggest planet in our solar system.

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