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Artist’s illustration of one of the Voyager spacecraft. Credit: Caltech/NASA-JPL

NASA tries to understand Voyager 1 signal

NASA tries to understand Voyager 1 signal that was sent in response to a poke sent by NASA. Voyager 1 has not been sending usable data since Nov 2023.

19 Spiral Galaxies by James Webb Space Telescope

Staggering In depth Images of 19 Galaxies by NASA’s Webb Telescope

A new set of stunning images of 19 spiral galaxies has been released by the James Webb Space Telescope, showcasing the galaxies in near- and mid-infrared light.

pale blue dot

Happy Carl Sagan Day — The Voyagers and the Pale Blue Dot

Carl Sagan contributed immensely to how we perceive science, and to Voyagers 1&2, which are now in deep space & took the picture of the Pale Blue Dot.

Final Image of Asteroid Bennu Captured by Spacecraft OSIRIS REx as it left on May 10, 2021. 360 on History

Podcast Episode 34 l Spacecraft OSIRIS REx Returns From Asteroid Bennu with Soil Samples

From the Archives: NASA's Spacecraft OSIRIS REx Leaves Asteroid Bennu with Soil Samples after orbiting it for two years. It collected them in October 2020 & is expected to drop them on Earth in 2023 b...

The International Space Station in orbit above Earth

The International Space Station and 22 Years of Human Occupation

The International Space Station celebrates its 22nd anniversary of continuous human habitation. The ISS has been continuously occupied since 2000, and thousands of experiments have been conducted ther...

Comets, asteroids and meteors. What's the difference?

Video Episode | Comets, Asteroids and Meteors – What’s the Difference?

Comets, asteroids and meteors are space phenomenon that we are lucky to observe with the naked eye often. But what is the difference between them? Find out here.

JWST has potentially smashed records, spotting a galaxy which existed when the universe was a mere 300 million years old! The light from GLASS-z13 took 13.4 billion years to hit us, but the distance between us is now 33 billion light years due to the expansion of the universe! Via NASA

James Webb Space Telescope finds the oldest galaxy we have seen

James Webb Space Telescope finds oldest galaxy we have seen from 300 million years after birth of the Universe. It has taken 13.4 billion years to reach us.

Placing a plant grown during the experiment in a vial for eventual genetic analysis. Credits: UF/IFAS photo by Tyler Jones

NASA grew a plant in Lunar soil

NASA grew a plant in Lunar soil brought to Earth 50 years ago. This could both enable space exploration and benefit humanity.

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