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NASA Veggie project will grow vegetables in the International Space Station

NASA Veggie project will grow vegetables in the International Space Station

The one thing that Howard Wolowitz of The Big Bang Theory missed during his space mission was eating his greens, joking aside however, there is a grain of truth in here, astronauts at the International Space Station do miss eating vegetables and some of them even relate to having plants around as their earth-connection. To help expand on the in-orbit food production capabilities onboard the ISS, NASA will be sending across the 'Veggie' – a plant growth chamber – via the Dragon Capsule.

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NASA going deep space exploring with cosmic jets

NASA going deep space exploring with cosmic jets

NASA is planning to explore the depths of space with its most powerful launch vehicle, flying the cosmos more like a fighter jet than a traditional rocket. The US space agency aims to use the Space Launch System (SLS) to take probes, satellites, and even crewed stations like the proposed Deep Space Habitat far out through the galaxy, testing jet systems that would allow it to change course in real-time to avoid unforeseen obstacles.

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Mercury shrinking NASA confirms: 4.3 miles in 4bn years

Mercury shrinking NASA confirms: 4.3 miles in 4bn years

Mercury is shrinking, its radius reduced as much as 4.3 miles over the past four billion years, scientists have confirmed, with the planet contracting as its iron core cools. The gradual reduction had been expected but unconfirmed until NASA's Messenger spacecraft beamed back photos of Mercury's surface, with previous - incomplete - footage of the closest planet to our sun showing far less shrinkage than the models predicted.

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