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As astronauts added a new section to the ISS, a deadly ammonia leak threatened their safety.
When a solar panel ripped, the safety of the ISS and the crew onboard was put in jeopardy.
SpaceX wants humans on Mars by 2025.
What is this thick, milky rain... and where did it come from? #NASAsUnexplainedFiles
These are the world's smallest flying quadcopters, also called nano-drones.
The first asteroid, Ceres, was discovered by Giuseppe Piazzi in 1801. #AsteroidDay
Jupiter was recently hit by an asteroid.
Hubble spotted these gorgeous auroras in Jupiter’s atmosphere!
Space junk fell to Earth and crashed through this family's roof.
The effects of space trash can be devastating... and deadly.
In order to visit Titan, scientists sacrificed Voyager 1 to interstellar space.
Cosmonauts on the Mir space station once found a floating liquid ball full of
The Bubble Nebula is 7,100 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cassiopeia.
A Japanese man found a novel way to stop his laptop from overheating: stacks of copper coins
Solar wind blows into the Kuiper Belt creating a giant bubble around our solar system.
Earth has a "mini moon" that has danced with it around the solar system for a hundred years.
A team of scientists recreated the meteorite strike that killed the dinosaurs. #AsteroidDay
Dwarf planet Ceres is one of the largest objects in the asteroid belt between Mars & Jupiter
Some scientists believe we could potentially paint an asteroid and change its overall course
Learn how sci-fi inspires the real science of space exploration with @Museum_SciFi #EV2016
This is one of the smallest meteorites ever found on Earth.
NASA has a division dedicated to tracking and defending Earth from asteroids.
Pitbull discovered just days before close approach on 9/7/14, the 60 ft rock passed within 25k miles!
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