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The Stars and Stripes in Space
This flag accompanied NASA astronaut Alan B. Shepard on his 15-minute suborbital journey on May 5, 1961.
Seeing an Aurora From the Space Station
"Years ago at the South Pole, I looked up to the aurora for inspiration through the 6-month winter night." Aboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Christina Koch snapped this image of an aurora.
Unveiling Hidden Figures Way
A D.C. Department of Transportation employee removes a paper cover from the "Hidden Figures Way" street sign in front of NASA Headquarters at the corner of 3rd and E Street SW.
Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor at Excel Academy In Washington, D.C.
NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor is hugged by students after a presentation about her experience on Expeditions 56 and 57 onboard the International Space Station at Excel Academy Public Charter School in DC.
Mature Galaxy Mesmerizes in New Hubble View
NGC 7773 is a beautiful example of a barred spiral galaxy. A luminous bar-shaped structure cuts prominently through the galaxy's bright core, extending to the inner boundary of NGC 7773's sweeping, pinwheel-like spiral arms. Astronomers think that these bar structures emerge later in the lifetime of a galaxy.
Venus at Sunrise From the Space Station
From the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Christina Koch snapped and posted this image of the planet Venus at sunrise.
Forecasting D-Day
Without the sound advice of meteorologists and geologists working behind the scenes, one of the most consequential battles in human history could have gone quite differently.
Chandra Detects a Coronal Mass Ejection From Another Star
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory detects a coronal mass ejection from a star other than the Sun for the first time.
Orion’s AA-2 Flight Test Article Stacks Up!
Orion’s Ascent Abort-2 flight test vehicle was rolled out from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Abort System Facility to Space Launch Complex 46 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for its July 2 launch.
NASA Selects First Commercial Moon Landing Services for Artemis Program
NASA selected three commercial Moon landing service providers that will deliver science and technology payloads under Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) as part of the Artemis program.


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