Dr. Ellen Ochoa, an engineer and veteran of four NASA space shuttle missions (STS-56, STS-66, STS-96 and STS-110), as the first Hispanic woman to go to space. She also served as the 11th director of the Johnson Space Center. Dr. Ochoa came to Good Day New York to talk about the bilingual English-Spanish children's book she wrote called "We Are All Scientists"/"Todos somos científicos."
Instead of returning home, Ben’s jump in this week’s Quantum Leap found him in the body of astronaut David Temura aboard the space shuttle Atlantis in 1998. After finding Ben’s video and a mysterious jump drive, Addison was understandably upset that her fiancé was keeping secrets from her — especially since they fell in love while […]
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See video of the moment NASA's DART spacecraft crashed itself into an asteroid and its livestream cut out
NASA tested its first method of deflecting a dangerous asteroid: crashing a space probe into it. DART hit the bullseye and beamed back the footage.
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Jupiter Is the Closest It's Been to Earth in 59 Years—You'll Be Able to See the Planet's Magnificent Stripes Tonight
Here's how to spot Jupiter and its tonal bands tonight.
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NASA on Monday successfully struck a tiny asteroid more than 7 million miles from Earth with a 1,000-pound spacecraft, completing the world’s first planetary defense mission. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft slammed into the asteroid Dimorphos at roughly 7:14 p.m. ET at a speed of more than 14,000 miles per hour. It’s the…
- The State
Some popular Midlands spots made the cut, as did restaurants in other parts of South Carolina.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“Never have seen anything so distinct like this.”
DART aims to knock the asteroid Dimorphos off course in first-ever test of new planetary defense system.
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NASA's DART mission was a success. Images taken by satellite show plumes from the asteroid impact, but it could take weeks to monitor for changes in the asteroid’s trajectory.
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Denver Riggleman, a former GOP lawmaker from Virginia and House Jan. 6 committee aide, wrote in his forthcoming book that his mom texted him saying she was “sorry you were ever elected” after the then-Republican lawmaker went on CNN to condemn QAnon. View Post Riggleman marketed his book as a behind-the-scenes look at the Jan.…
The Indian government is pushing smartphone makers to enable support for its NavIC navigation system in new devices sold in the country from next year, a move that has spooked the industry due to additional costs and tight time frame. Below are the details of NavIC's inception, why India wants smartphone makers to adopt it and how the system compares to other global or regional navigation systems. WHAT IS NavIC?
Watch Live: NASA's Planetary Defense Test Crashes Spacecraft into Asteroid 7 Million Miles from Earth
"This really is about asteroid deflection, not disruption," the mission leader, planetary scientist Nancy Chabot, says of the effort to change the course of a 525-ft. wide asteroid called Dimorphos
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House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler feuded with Adam Schiff and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over Donald Trump's "unconstitutional" impeachment process, a new book claims.
- Orlando Sentinel
NASA made the call Monday to guard against Hurricane Ian and got the slow gears rolling before midnight to send its Artemis I mission hardware back to the garage at Kennedy Space Center. The 5.75 million-pound, 322-foot-tall combination of Space Launch System rocket, mobile launcher and Orion spacecraft endured yet another 4-mile roll atop NASA’s crawler-transporter 2 back to the Vehicle ...
A royal source says Prince Harry is "desperately" attempting to make last-minute changes to his memoir after the Queen's death.
- Men's Health
'House of the Dragon' has reached the point where Laena Velaryon dies, but it's how it differs from George R. R. Martin's "Fire & Blood' that's interesting.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
NASA’s DART test blasted off from the Central Coast base back in November 2021.
With Hurricane Ian bearing down on the Florida coast, NASA has decided to move its multibillion-dollar Space Launch System moon rocket to safety. For days, NASA and weather forecasters had been watching the storm take shape in the Caribbean Sea, and they made advance preparations for a rollback from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39B to the Vehicle Assembly Building. Over the weekend, mission managers decided not to proceed with a third attempt on Tuesday to launch the 322-foot-tall, 5.7
- The Guardian
Pen America says Central York school district banned the books but officials strongly deny it in statement
Trump said making new secret 'rich friends' was the thing he liked best about the presidency, book says
Trump focused on his connections with the wealthy over his political achievements when he discussed his term as president, Maggie Haberman wrote.
- Idaho Statesman
This upcoming winter will bring conditions that have only been recorded twice before.