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Mar.21.2017 · In Space Science · From MarcellaMuhammad
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On August 21, 2017, a 121-mile wide shadow will sweep across North America as millions of people revel in a total solar eclipse — the first one to run from sea to shining sea since 1918.
Nov.10.2015 · In Space Science · From MarcellaMuhammad
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NASA has released the most colorful image of the universe to date, a composite of images taken over a nine-year period by the Hubble Space Telescope and revealing around 10,000 galaxies spread across space.  The latest image also combines ultraviolet light imagery to reveal stars we couldn't see pre…
Oct.25.2015 · In Achievement Space Science · From Sybilbsn
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Bronx African American female becomes first Black U-2 pilot.  Read complete article by Ed García Conde on February 13, 2015. http://www.welcome2thebronx.com/wordpress/2015/02/13/bronx-woman-becomes-first-black-female-u-2-pilot-in-history/
Sep.16.2015 · In Space Science · From Admin
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Claudia Alexander (1959–2015) As a research scientist, she inspired a generation, especially young women, to seek careers in science, technology, engineering and math. This weekend was one of great excitement for the planetary science community as the New Horizons spacecraft moved in on Pluto foll…
Feb.22.2015 · In Space Science · From Admin
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The Heliophysics Research Experience for Undergraduates program (REU) at University of Alabama in Huntsville and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center invites applications for the Summer 2015 program.This NSF funded program brings 10 selected undergraduate students to Huntsville, Alabama for a 10-week r…
Jan.14.2015 · In Space Science · From Admin
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Republican senator Ted Cruz to oversee Nasa in Congress "Appointment to the space, science and competitiveness subcommittee raises fears Cruz will cut funding to US science programs"  . . . . This really shows how voting has a ripple effect that has an impact on so many other things …
Nov.24.2014 · In Space Science · From KreggQuarles
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Space probe scores a 310-million-mile bull's-eye with comet landing By Ralph Ellis, CNN updated 8:37 AM EST, Tue November 18, 2014 STORY HIGHLIGHTS NEW: Controllers say the probe's anchoring harpoons failed, craft may have bounced NASA scientist calls the comet the most "bizarre, wonderful …
Aug.25.2014 · In Space Science · From Admin
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EXHIBIT UNVEILED TO HONOR A&T’S HISTORY IN SPACE A multi-media display celebrating North Carolina A&T’s history in space will be revealed on Wednesday, Aug. 27 in the Academic Classroom Building. One side of the exhibition honors alumnus and astronaut Ronald E. McNair, who served as a mi…