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NASA Science news is too exciting for plain text. Educational "ScienceCast" videos are fun, lively, entertaining--and anything but plain. Join us for a new episode every week as we look into the science behind discoveries on Earth, the Solar System, and beyond...
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"Black Holes" is one of the most highly searched terms about our universe. How much of what we think we know about black holes is actually true?
Welcome to the world of 3D biomanufacturing, a cutting-edge practice on Earth that is being tested aboard the International Space Station.
In July 1994, astronomers around the world watched as the fragments of comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 slammed into the planet Jupiter.
Scientists are unlocking clues about the earliest formation of our solar system from a Kuiper Belt Object known as 2014 MU69.
Experiments have taken place aboard the International Space Station to study cement based concrete in microgravity.
The Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI) on the space station beams laser light down to Earth to reveal the height and density of trees and vegetation.
Living 3D versions of human organs called Tissue Chips are being sent to the International Space Station to be studied in microgravity.
NASA is using sounding rockets to study the cusp, a point where the magnetic bubble that surrounds our planet dips inward and touches down to Earth.
The relationship between a successful exploration mission and balanced nutrition is vital in the extreme vastness of outer space.
As NASA prepares to send astronauts and spacecraft long distances through space, scientists are keeping an eye on the weather. Space weather.
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