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Hey, students, design a drone / robot combo for a virtual lunar landing and get a chance to win a trip to NASA

A national competition sponsored by NASA and organized by an educational consortium of the University of Washington aims to entice students to think about science, space travel and the world of science. history of America's travels on the moon. He… Continue Reading →

Students: Design a drone / robot combo for a virtual lunar landing and win a free trip to NASA

A national competition sponsored by NASA and organized by an educational consortium of the University of Washington aims to entice students to think about science, space travel and the world of science. history of America's travels on the moon. He… Continue Reading →

The North Magnetic Pole drifts rapidly; military, NASA, airports, birds affected

WASHINGTON (AP) – The North is no longer quite like before. The Earth's magnetic north pole has drifted so far in recent decades that scientists say past estimates are no longer accurate enough for precise navigation. On Monday, they published… Continue Reading →

Nine NASA Oceana Pilots to Honor Navy Veteran on First Women's Flyover

(CORRUGATED) Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, disseminated, rewritten or redistributed. (CORRUGATED) VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – A special women's group at Naval Air Station Oceana makes history. This weekend they will… Continue Reading →

NASA astronaut, Eric Boe, removed from the Boeing Starliner test flight due to a "medical problem"

NASA astronaut, Eric Boe, was removed from the Boeing Starliner crew space shuttle test flight, scheduled for no earlier than August 2019, due to 39, a "medical problem". Boe was chosen to participate in the test flight last year. However,… Continue Reading →

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