NASA

NASA Wants to Send Your Name on the Rover to Mars

You can’t go to Mars, but your name can! NASA is inviting humans around the world to submit their names to fly aboard the Mars 2020 rover on its mission to the Red Planet. Come along and ride on a fantastic voyage! Our #Mars2020 Rover is gearing up for its seven-month journey to the Red Planet and...
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moon

The Moon Is Shrinking, Says NASA

Moonquake! A study has revealed that the moon has been slowly shrinking over time and, as a result, been causing quakes to occur on the its surface. NASA has taken to Twitter to reveal the reality of moonquakes. "You've heard of earthquakes. But what about moonquakes? Like a wrinkled grape drying...
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Green Day Celebrates Mars Landing

Welcome To Paradise: Green Day Celebrates NASA's Mars Landing

Why the band felt connected to the mission to the red planet
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Nerd Talk: NASA's 4K Tour of the Moon is just Badass

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's (LRO) results will blow your head off its stupid neck.
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Nerd Talk: Forget 'Star Wars' toys. We built the Lego Saturn V rocket!

1,969 awesome pieces all come together to form the greatest Lego build I’ve ever completed. Look, do I think that new 7,500 piece Millennium Falcon is awesome? Yes. A Super Star Destroyer? Also, yes. But when I was gifted a Lego set for Christmas, a purchase of love from a family member trying to...
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Team USA Goes Full NASA With New Olympic Snowboarding Suits

All hands on deck. These new USA Snowboarding threads are hotter than glowing red part of the earth's surface after being smashed into by another terrestrial object thus creating our immediate planetary satellite, the moon (in theory).
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Earth in space

NASA Will Legitimately Pay You Six Figures to Protect Earth from Aliens

NASA is currently in the process of hiring a real-life member of the Men in Black. Yes, we’re serious. The job of a “Planetary Protection Officer”? To protect the planet and its inhabitants from alien contamination and, in turn, to protect other worlds from contamination by us in our exploration...
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