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Hubble Captures Dynamic Dying Star
This Hubble image shows a dark, gloomy scene in the constellation of Gemini (the Twins). The subject of this image confused astronomers when it was first studied — rather than being classified as a single object, it was instead recorded as two objects, owing to its symmetrical lobed structure.
Wildfires in the Brazilian Rainforest Creating Cross Country Smoke
Amazon rainforest fires causing smoke to drift across the whole of Brazil.
A View of the National Space Council
A member of the audience takes a picture with their phone as Vice President Mike Pence is introduced during the sixth meeting of the National Space Council.
SpaceX Dragon Crew Emergency Evacuation Rehearsal
A quick moving storm passes as teams from NASA and SpaceX practice procedures for medical emergency evacuation onboard the GO Searcher ship, Friday, August 15, 2019.
3D Printing and the Future of Aeronautics
Today is National Aviation Day and progress is ongoing in the next evolution of air mobility – all thanks to emerging 3D printing technology.
Hubble’s Portrait of Star’s Gaseous Glow
Although it looks more like an entity seen through a microscope than a telescope, this rounded object, named NGC 2022, is certainly not algae or tiny, blobby jellyfish. Instead, it is a vast orb of gas in space, cast off by an aging star.
NASA and SpaceX: Dragon Crew Extraction Rehearsal
On August 13, 2019, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley, left, and Bob Behnken continue to work with teams from NASA and SpaceX to rehearse crew extraction from SpaceX’s Crew Dragon.
Studying How Arctic Wildfires Change the World
Standing among dead black spruce trees in a burned area near Delta Junction, Richard Chen dug soil sampling pits throughout the burned area.
A Full Moon Over the Pacific
The crew of the International Space Station snapped this image of a full Moon as the orbiting complex flew 270 miles above the South Pacific Ocean off the coast of South America.
One Year of NASA's Parker Solar Probe
The Parker Solar Probe's WISPR instrument saw the solar wind streaming past during the spacecraft's first solar encounter in November 2018.

 

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