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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) with the help of Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) just found a new planet.

NASA's InSight spacecraft finally made a successful landing on Mars. The spacecraft touched down Mars at 0254 hours after taking a long six-month, 300 million mile (480 million kilometers) journey

Washington: NASA has launched a new interactive website that lets users explore how space technology impacts everyday life on Earth. The new website, called NASA Home and City, features about 130 spinoff technologies in a virtual space, allowing users to tour through buildings and rooms to discover common items that NASA inspired or helped improve, the …

Washington: NASA has rolled out a new app that allows you to take a picture of yourself in a virtual space suit, posing in front of gorgeous cosmic locations, like the Orion Nebula or the centre of the Milky Way galaxy. Along with the ‘NASA Selfies’ app, the US space agency also launched an exoplanet excursions …

Washington: US space agency NASA is preparing to launch a probe in August to study the Sun closer than any human-made object ever has, revealing multiple mysteries behind the star. The car-sized spacecraft called Parker Solar Probe is slated to lift off no earlier than August 6 on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy, according …

Washington: The world’s sandy shorelines are declining in protected marine areas which could threaten plant and animal species and cultural heritage sites, a global survey of beaches with satellites data from NASA and the US Geological Survey shows. About 24 percent of sandy beaches worldwide are eroding, while 27 per cent are growing, showed the findings …

Washington: NASA has announced of testing quiet supersonic flights over Texas that could revolutionise air travel. The space agency said on Tuesday that it will publicly demonstrate its technology near the coastal resort city of Galveston to ensure that its prototype really will be barely audible when it crosses the sound barrier. If NASA’s experimental project …

Washington:  A woman has sued NASA to make sure that the US space agency doesn’t take back a piece of moon gifted to her by Neil Armstrong — the first person to walk on the lunar surface. Laura Cicco from Cincinnati has filed a lawsuit in a federal court, stating that the vial of moon dust …