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NASA will take about a month to assess how much extra time, money and risk would be added to the debut flight of the SLS rocket if a two-member crew was aboard.

NASA Will Consider Adding Crew to Next-Gen Rocket's Debut Launch

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02/25/2017 at 13:07. Facebook
It's pre-season for scientists studying August's #TotalSolarEclipse.

Scientists Practice Total Eclipse Science During Annular Eclipse

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02/25/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Most, if not all, of the 7 Earth-sized planets in the ultra cool dwarf star system announced this week may only face one way towards their sun, similar to Earth’s moon. Their orbits range from 1.94 days to about 20. [Credit: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory/ California Institute of Technology - Caltech]
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This Sunday (Feb. 26) brings the first solar eclipse of 2017. Unlike the total solar eclipse that will cross the continental United States in August, Sunday's spectacle is an annular eclipse, which means a sliver of the sun's surface will still be visible around the moon. [ Goo.gl Link ]
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"Winter landscapes are also magical from the International Space Station," French astronaut Thomas Pesquet wrote when he shared this photo of the Dnieper River on social media. "This river north of Kiev reminds me of a Hokusai painting." Pesquet took the photo as the space station flew over Russia on Feb. 9. Need more Earth art? Here you go: [ Goo.gl Link ]
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Space.com contributor Amy Thompson shares the inside scoop on last Sunday's SpaceX launch.

Liftoff: Watching SpaceX Make History at Pad 39A

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Amazing night sky views, perpetual twilight & short years — it's all just part of life on the #TRAPPIST1 planets.

What Would Life Be Like on the TRAPPIST-1 Planets?

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Tune in to hear NASA officials discuss their study of the possibility of adding crew to the first flight of the Space Launch System and the Orion spacecraft.

Listen Live @ 1 pm ET: NASA Debates Adding Crew to First Orion Flight

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You know what we'll be doing on April 14. via collectSPACE

'Mission Control' Film About Apollo's Unsung Heroes is a 'Go' for Theaters

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Is it safe to put astronauts aboard the first flight of the SLS rocket?

Safety Group Flags NASA Idea to Fly Crew on Space Launch System Debut Flight

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The automated Progress 66 supply ship docked at the space station at 3:30 a.m. EST (0830 GMT) on Friday, parking itself at the station's Russian-built Pirs docking module.

Russian Progress 66 Cargo Ship Docks at Space Station

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#TRAPPIST1 is having a moment. Get to know the system with 7 (count 'em SEVEN) Earth-size planets!

TRAPPIST-1: System with 7 Earth-Size Exoplanets

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SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station this morning after a glitch in the spacecraft's navigation software caused a 24-hour delay. Astronauts Thomas Pesquet and Shane Kimbrough grappled the cargo craft using the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm at 5:44 a.m. EST (1044 EST). More on Dragon's arrival at the ISS: [ Goo.gl Link ]