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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Discovers Largest Population of Star Dusters

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Discovers Largest Population of Star DustersNASA's Hubble Space Telescope has helped researchers discover the largest known population, 160,000, of globular star clusters. Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys enabled an international team of astronomers to find the bounty of stellar fossils. Their findings confirmed that such compact groupings can effectively play the role of reliable tracers for dark matter.

WSJ: Google buys bargain-price jet fuel from NASA for research; uses it on non-work trips

 Google buys bargain-price jet fuel from NASA for research; uses it on non-work trips The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has revealed in an earlier-this-week report that Google has been, since 2007, getting a special discount on jet fuel from the Pentagon for research, but the Google executives have been using the bargain-price fuel on vacations instead.

NASA’s LADEE Successfully Launched from Wallops

NASA’s LADEE Successfully Launched from WallopsA spacecraft has been successfully launched from Wallops and is now orbiting Earth in preparation for its upcoming moon mission, say officials.

LADEE Problem gets Fixed

LADEE Problem gets FixedCertain complications were found in NASA's novel robotic explorer. It has been found that NASA engineers have fixed those problems and hope that no more problems will be witnessed.

Successful Launch of a Spacecraft from Virginia to the Moon

Successful Launch of a Spacecraft from Virginia to the MoonA move by NASA has been marked as the first for the state in the history of space exploration. A spacecraft was launched late Friday night from Virginia to the moon. The launch from Wallops Island on the Atlantic coast took place at the scheduled time at 11:27pm.

Bill Anderson was among many who witnessed the brilliant arc above the tops of buildings from his apartment house on Pennsylvania Avenue NW.

NASA’s Deep Impact Spacecraft Loses Contact with Earth

NASA’s Deep Impact Spacecraft Loses Contact with EarthIt was in 2005 that NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft was launched in space. The spacecraft became quite famous when it got unveiled that it had launched smaller spacecraft to crash with oncoming comet Tempel 1 just to know the effect.

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