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The Future of America’s Space Program

There’s been a lot of buzz recently surrounding rocket launches, satellites and new space technology. And while it’s all very exciting, you may find yourself wondering what it means for the future of the U.S. space program. The following are answers to some of our...

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January: This Month in Space

January has held a number of exciting discoveries, breathtaking launches and groundbreaking achievements – and we’re here to share them with you. Take a look at some of this month’s space exploration headlines: The Atlas V launched a new missile-warning satellite On...

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Experience Astronaut Training at Kennedy Space Center

As you can imagine, it takes a lot of preparation for astronauts to live and work in outer space. They go through intense training to be ready for the conditions in space and on the surface of the red planet; everything from studying the basics about the International...

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November: This Month in Space

When you look back on November you may think of turkey dinners, football and time with family. But out in space, some remarkable endeavors have happened this past month as well. Let’s take a look back on some of the news that made space headlines in November:...

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FAQs: How Do I Become an Astronaut?

Growing up did you dream of gazing down at Earth from outer space, floating in zero-gravity or even space walking? Being an astronaut is one of the most thrilling careers you can have, but – it’s definitely not an easy one. Even more challenging, however, is actually...

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October: This Month in Space

October was an action-packed month for the space industry. From breathtaking launches to groundbreaking new discoveries, a lot has happened in 31 days. So, now that it’s November, let’s take a look back on some of the news that made space headlines this month: SpaceX,...

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FAQs: NASA’s Commercial Crew Program

What is the Commercial Crew Program? NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, or the CCP, is a partnership that aims to help the United States’ aerospace industry develop safe, reliable and cost-effective space transportation systems that can launch astronauts to the...

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A Look at NASA’s Trip to the Sun

Things are heating up out at NASA as they continue preparing for a mission like no other – their mission to “touch the sun.” Scheduled to launch in Summer of 2018, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission will revolutionize our understanding of the sun. This Solar Probe will...

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Details

Since its founding in 2002, SpaceX has worked tirelessly towards its goals of revolutionizing space technology and landing humans on Mars. And now, with more than 20 ISS resupply missions under their belt, SpaceX is looking towards the future, planning and preparing...

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