The Only American Not On Earth Has VotedThe lone American off the planet has cast his vote from space, keeping with NASA's motto of "Vote while you float."
Rocket Launch Reignites Space Station Deliveries In VirginiaOne of NASA's main delivery companies has launched its first space station shipment from Virginia in two years.
Is NASA Changing Your Astrological Sign?If you're an astrology fan, you may have heard that NASA was changing the Zodiac signs. But there's no need for an identity crisis. Your horoscope will stay the same.
Kids Beat The Heat By Going Out Of This World At Franklin InstituteKids couldn't take their eyes off of NASA Astronaut Christina Koch, as she spoke about reaching for the stars.
New NASA Plane Could Eliminate Gas-guzzling AirlinersAt NASA, an experiment is underway that could upend the aviation industry: A fully electric plane.
New Space Crew Docks At International Space StationLess than three weeks after Scott Kelly returned from his record-breaking space expedition, three astronauts docked at the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Jeff Williams and cosmonauts Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin, replaced Kelly and two cosmonauts from the Russian Federal Space Agency, who completed their mission on March 1.
Hubble Telescope Breaks Record, Observes Most Distant Galaxy Ever SeenThe telescope, which was launched into orbit in 1990, has gazed at a galaxy called GN-z11.
Penn Med School Has Special Link To Returning AstronautSome of those in closest contact with Scott Kelly are local researchers.
Study: Earth Is Actually Two PlanetsAccording to a new study, planet Earth is not just one planet. It is actually two planets.
SpaceX Launches Rocket 6 Months After Accident, Then LandsSpaceX sent a Falcon rocket soaring toward orbit Monday night with 11 small satellites, its first mission since an accident last summer. Then in an even more astounding feat, it landed the 15-story leftover booster back on Earth safely.
NASA Want Ad: Astronauts Needed To Help Get To MarsNASA opened its astronaut-application website Monday. It's accepting applications through Feb. 18.
NASA Rocket Could Give A Show In The SkyA NASA rocket launch early Wednesday night will likely create a interesting show in the sky along the Eastern seaboard, as Eyewitness News Meteorologist Lauren Casey shows us.

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