NASA/JPL If you would like an impossible challenge, try flying a kite or doing anything else in the winds on the planet Neptune. It’s guaranteed to be pretty ugly because

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Way back in 1977, Voyager 1 was one of two probes launched by NASA, with its primary mission being the exploration of Jupiter and Saturn. It made a famous fictional

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  In August 1971, astronauts on the Apollo 15 mission placed a small aluminum sculpture and a plaque on the moon that commemorated the deaths of fourteen U.S. astronauts and

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The most well-known star by far is the North Star, but it’s not really just one star in the night sky. Polaris, or the “North Star,” is actually a set

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[caption id=”attachment_4208″ align=”aligncenter” width=”700″] Youtube[/caption] On May 31, 2017, a new kind of aircraft that looks unlike any other was unveiled for the first time at the Mojave Air and

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In 1988, the Soviets launched a new type of spacecraft that had an almost identical appearance to the Space Shuttle belonging to the United States. The Soviets didn’t just copy

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When someone speaks of space, the area above our heads where the stars and planets sit, where are they talking about? Where exactly does space begin after someone leaves the

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The largest spot of trash on Earth is in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, but there is another area over our heads that holds, and continues to gather, huge amounts

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We see it every night, and without it, things would be very different here on Earth.  Here’s some facts you might have missed about that big rock over our heads

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We live in the Milky Way galaxy, a spiral galaxy composed of billions of stars spread throughout it, but how did it get its name?  Since many things in the

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