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NASA Suspects Bad Valve for Space Station Trouble

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (MARCIA DUNN, AP Aerospace Writer) — NASA is scrambling to figure out what's wrong with a key cooling unit on the International Space Station.

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Smith-Cotton Robotics Team Awarded Grant From NASA

Smith-Cotton High School's robotics team "Team SCREAM" has been awarded a $5,000 grant from NASA for the second year in a row. The grant goes toward Team SCREAM's registration fee for the FIRST Robotics Greater Kansas City Regional competition in March.

I think this is awesome. Hats off to the Smith-Cotton Robotics program. I don't know what kinds of things they're going to do at this competition, or what they're going to build, but I really hope it's Battlebots.

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NASA to Pay Russia $70 Million Per Seat to Fly to the International Space Station

Hitching a ride usually only costs some gas and toll money.

But you’ll have to dig really deep into your pockets for a ride into orbit.

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Dinosaur Footprints Excavated From NASA’s Backyard

The coolest thing we've ever found behind the house was a cigar box with our dad's stash in it, so this NASA find is pretty exciting.

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Hear the First Song Ever Recorded On the International Space Station

Even scientists have soul! Take a listen to 'Jewel in the Night,' by Colonel Chris Hadfield.

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New NASA Spacesuits Look Exactly Like Buzz Lightyear

NASA revealed their new spacesuit - the Z-1 Prototype Spacesuit and Portable Life Support System (PLSS) 2.0 - and we can't help but think this new outfit was inspired by 'Toy Story's' own Buzz Lightyear. Are our astronauts headed to infinity and beyond?

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First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong Dead at Age 82

 

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The first person to set foot on the Earth’s moon, Neil Armstrong passed away today (Aug. 25) due to complications resulting from cardiovascular procedures. He was 82.

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NASA’s Curiosity Rover Safely Lands on Mars [VIDEO]

Early Monday morning, NASA’s $2.5 billion Curiosity rover safely landed on Mars after eight months of interplanetary travel. The car-sized, one-ton rover now begins a two-year mission of exploration and discovery as it roams the surface of the red planet.

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