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Aquarius is the first NASA sensor to track ocean salinity from space, and aims to help uncover how the salinity of Earth's oceans are effecting our climate.
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NASA's Voyager probes have reached the edge of the solar system and found something surprising there--a froth of magnetic bubbles separating us from the rest of the galaxy.
It's been more than a year since NASA has heard from Mars rover Spirit. The agency says it may be time to say "thanks and farewell."
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Something is exploding in the Crab Nebula ten billion times more powerful than a solar flare. These "superflares" are baffling astronomers who haven't yet figured out the source of the blasts.
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NASA has announced the results of an epic physics experiment which confirms the reality of a space-time vortex around our planet.
ScienceCasts are short videos about fun, interesting, and unusual science topics encountered by NASA’s science missions.
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