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NASA Television Transponder Change Monday, Aug. 29

NASA Television programming on the Galaxy 13 domestic satellite is moving from transponder 11 to transponder 15 this month. Source link

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NASA Invites Media to Next SpaceX Commercial Crew Space Station Launch

Media accreditation is now open for the launch of the fifth SpaceX Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket that will carry astronauts to the International

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NASA Administrator Statement on Chinese Space Debris

NASA Administrator Statement on Chinese Space Debris Source link

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NASA Administrator Statement on Agency Authorization Bill

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson released this statement Thursday following approval by the U.S. Congress for the NASA Authorization Act of 2022, which is part of

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SOAR High School Student Wins NASA Armstrong Scholarship

The NASA Armstrong Employee Exchange Council presented the 2022 John W. Russell Memorial Scholarship Award to Katelyn Perez. Source link

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NASA to Host Briefings to Preview Artemis I Moon Mission

NASA will host a pair of briefings on Wednesday, Aug. 3, and Friday, Aug. 5, to preview the upcoming Artemis I lunar mission. Source link

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NASA Announces Astronaut Shane Kimbrough to Retire

NASA’s Shane Kimbrough is retiring after 22 years, including 18 years as an astronaut. His last day with the agency is Sunday, July 31. Source

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NASA Will Inspire World When It Returns Mars Samples to Earth in 2033

NASA has finished the system requirements review for its Mars Sample Return Program, which is nearing completion of the conceptual design phase. Source link

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NASA Prepares for Space Launch System Rocket Services Contract

As NASA prepares for the first integrated flight test of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and the Orion spacecraft to the Moon this summer

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NASA Goddard Center Director Shares Plans to Retire

Dennis Andrucyk, director of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has announced his intent to retire after more than 36 years of federal