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Four ways to make money in space

Mar 14, 2014
NASA is increasingly reliant on contractors to get goods to and from space.
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715 new planets, no aliens in sight. Yet.

Feb 26, 2014
A veritable onslaught of new planets discovered by the Kepler telescope.
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NASA will go to Mars, but not before 'putting a baggie' on an asteroid

Dec 9, 2013
Before NASA goes to Mars, it will first return to the Moon and capture an asteroid.
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NASA interns lose their space. (Different kind of space).

Oct 3, 2013
The government shutdown left NASA interns in Mountain View, Calif., homeless.
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How does NASA get to Mars? By capturing an asteroid

Sep 9, 2013
NASA wants to capture an asteroid and send astronauts to train on it for Mars. Congress is skeptical.
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One year after Curiosity, Adam Steltzner on NASA's next step

Aug 7, 2013
NASA's Adam Steltzner on the future of space exploration.
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NASA footage shows meteor crashing into moon

May 21, 2013
Things crashing into the moon -- that's how the third Transformers movie starts right? Sorry Michael Bay, when it comes to explosions, we'd rather watch the NASA source footage.
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Extended interview with NASA engineer Adam Steltzner

May 10, 2013
NASA engineer Adam Steltzner, who navigated the landing of the Mars Curiosity Rover, talks the future of human space exploration.
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Obama budgets money to tug asteroids into orbit

Apr 11, 2013
Where does tech fit into President Obama's new budget proposal? One answer is the $17.7 billion set aside for the U.S. space program.
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NASA trailer to be shown before 'Star Trek: Into Darkness'

Apr 2, 2013
The only thing better than a captive audience is a friendly one. So it makes sense that ahead of the new Star Trek movie, there will be a message from America's real life space explorers.
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