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Houston Pols Make Another Run at Getting Retired Space Shuttle

Houston's still miffed Congressional delegation is taking another shot at wresting the retired  Space Shuttle Enterprise away from New York City.  They say it belongs in Houston because New York City isn't keeping the sun, moon and stars promises it made to get the shuttle in the first place.

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New Earth & Space Planetarium in Tyler

East Texans don't have to drive to Houston to see a planetarium show any more.  Tyler Junior College has completed a major expansion of its well known  Hudnall Planetarium, which has allowed East Texans to get a glimpse of outer space for more than 40 years.

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Update: NASA Unveils New Rocket Design

It appears we spoke too soon. Just when we were thinking the US space program was dead in the water, and that NASA would never reveal its plans for the next generation rocket launch system that will replace the space shuttle,  NASA steps up and does just that.

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U-S Space Program Dead in the Water

Where is NASA's plan for building a new space launch system to replace the retired space shuttle?  At the moment, no one knows.

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NASA Creates New Internet Tool to Explore the Solar System

NASA has gone more high-tech than ever to give the public the power to journey through the solar system using a new interactive Web-based tool.

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Russian Space Vehicle Problems May Force Space Station Evacuation

Last week's loss of an unmanned Russian supply ship may be a bigger problem than first believed.  NASA officials say keeping crews on the International Space Station now depend on finding and fixing the problem that caused the crash.

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Astronomers Discover Planet Made of Diamonds

In the most stunning piece of planetary news since Pluto’s sad demotion, astronomers have found a star-orbiting land mass that is so dense its carbon is crystalline — which means it’s basically a planet made out of diamonds.

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NASA Boss Bolden Decided Houston Wouldn’t Get Retired Space Shuttle

We all remember how we felt when we learned that Houston will not be getting one of the retired space shuttle orbiters, despite the city’s long history with the space program.  Now we know why.

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