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Boeing Will Partner With NASA to Speed Up USA Return to Space

To say that NASA is excited would be the understatement of the decade.  Aerospace giant Boeing has announced that it will build its seven-seat crew capsule to fit the super reliable Atlas V rocket -- in the hope of carrying astronauts to the International Space Station by the end of 2015.

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Update: NASA ID’s Space Shuttle Debris in Lake Nacogdoches

NASA says a large piece of debris found in Lake Nacogdoches is one of the cryogenic fuel tanks from the Space Shuttle Columbia, which disintegrated during re-entry over East Texas in February of 2003.

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Possible Space Shuttle Debris Found at Lake Nacogdoches

Thanks to the ongoing drought, the sinking water level at Lake Nacogdoches has revealed something that could be a long-lost piece of debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

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End of an Era For America’s Space Program

There was stark symbolism in the night time landing of the space shuttle Atlantis early today in Florida.  As Atlantis came down in the darkness, ending 30 years of shuttle missions, the entire American space program also went into the dark.  No one can say for sure when the sun will rise on it again.

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Photo by NASA, Newsmakers
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NASA Recovers Stolen Lunar Dust

A small amount of moon dust that was stolen after it was brought to Earth by the Apollo 11 mission has been recovered and returned to the Johnson Space Center in Houston. 

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via FlyingSinger
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Space Shuttle Endeavour on the Way Home, For the Last Time

The Space Shuttle Endeavour and its crew of six has undocked from the International Space Station and is coming home, to close out NASA's next-to-last shuttle flight.  They paused just long enough to do a victory lap and test equipment for a future interplanetary ship.

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Amateur Astronomer Photographs ENTIRE Night Sky – the Whole Thing

Amateur astronomer and photographer Nick Risinger quit his day job as a Seattle marketing director last year, so he could lug six synchronized cameras around the world taking thousands of pictures that would capture an image of the entire night sky.

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NASA Considers Using Lasers To Avoid Space Junk

“Space junk” and debris in Earth orbit is a big and growing danger to space vehicles, satellites and even the International Space Station.  That's why NASA scientists are looking at a new option for reducing the dangers of orbiting clutter.

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