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Apollo 11 Moon dust found after missing for 40 years

Apollo 11 Moon dust found after missing for 40 years

An extremely rare and out of this world treasure was discovered recently. One that has many asking questions about why and how it went missing in the first place. Multiple priceless vials of Moon dust collected by the one and only Apollo 11, the late Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin have been found after missing nearly 40 years.

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Chris Hadfield holding first public talk on Thursday after returning from ISS

Chris Hadfield holding first public talk on Thursday after returning from ISS

Astronaut Chris Hadfield, as well as the rest of the Expedition 35 team, returned safely to Earth last night after spending 5 months on the International Space Station. While aboard the ISS, Hadfield tweeted many photos of Earth from his perspective and even uploaded many YouTube videos that described life on the ISS. He'll be giving his first public talk since returning to Earth on Thursday, May 16 at 10 am ET.

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NASA planning emergency spacewalk to fix ISS ammonia leak

NASA planning emergency spacewalk to fix ISS ammonia leak

After an ammonia leak was discovered on the International Space Station last night, NASA and the ISS crew are working together to come up with a fix. It's been decided that an emergency spacewalk will be conducted to inspect the leak and attempt to fix it before matters get worse. The leak is on the outside, so it isn't immediately life-threatening, but the supply will run out if the leak continues.

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NASA continues call for space junk removal with near-collision video

NASA continues call for space junk removal with near-collision video

Around the planet Earth you'll find no shortage of bits and pieces of matter - quite a bit of it metal - left there by humans in their efforts to explore space. NASA this week is bringing on the newest in a line of warnings about the danger of said space junk, this time showing a near-crash of two metal bodies, one of them being a $690 million dollar space telescope. The other, a 1.5-ton Russian reconnaissance satellite, narrowly avoided smashing the first in what would have been a very costly error.

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