Astronaut

Asteroid Larger Than Empire State Building Set to Pass by Earth This Weekend

NASA will currently be looking out for an asteroid that may be as large as the Empire State Building in New York City. The asteroid is expected to pass by Earth this weekend.
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Former Astronaut Gives Advice on How to Live in Isolation

WCBS 880’s Steve Scott spoke with Long Island native Mike Massimino, who is a veteran of two space shuttle flights on Columbia and Atlantis, who has some advice about being alone for long periods of time.
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NASA Is Accepting Applications For New Astronauts For The First Time Since 2015

Just about every kid dreams or one day becoming an astronaut. Luckily, for some that dream may one day become a reality as NASA has begun accepting applications for astronauts once again.
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Brad Pitt Calls Astronauts On ISS To Ask Burning Question: Pitt Or Clooney?

Brad Pitt knows a thing or two about being an astronaut, or at least that’s the case in his new movie ‘Ad Astra.’ To promote the film, Pitt decided to put his astronaut knowledge to the test.
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Mars

NASA Says A Woman Will Likely Be The First Person On Mars

Men may be from Mars, but a woman may just be the first person on the red planet. The head of NASA was being interviewed last week when he said most likely a female would be the first person to step foot on Mars.
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NASA Security Sent Into Mild Panic After Astronaut Accidentally Calls 911 From Space

The Johnson Space Center in Houston was sent into a mild panic when a message came from the International Space Station indicating an astronaut on board attempted to dial 911.
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NASA InSight Lander Sends First Ever Audio Recording Of Mars

A couple of weeks ago, NASA celebrated the successful landing of the InSight Lander, launched to found out as much as possible about the mysterious Red Planet.
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[WATCH] These Astronauts Look Way Too Calm During 18,000 MPH Rocket Launch

A recent video of the June 6th Soyuz spacecraft launch gives a rare look at the astronauts inside.
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