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July 1, 2022

Making a Picture-Perfect Landing

An adult osprey, carrying a fish in its talons, prepares to land in its nest atop a speaker platform in…

June 30, 2022

OMG: The Beauty of Ice

Most of Greenland’s glaciers that empty into the ocean are at greater risk of rapid ice loss than previously understood.…

June 29, 2022

Turquoise Plumes in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Brightly glowing plumes of the Large Magellanic Cloud appear almost like an ocean current. via NASA

June 28, 2022

CAPSTONE Launches for Lunar Orbit

The CAPSTONE mission launched at 5:55 a.m. EDT (09:55 UTC) on Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket from New Zealand. via NASA…

June 27, 2022

Public Affairs Specialist Tyrone McCoy

“A piece of my story that I think needs to get told is that broken crayons still color.” – Tyrone…

June 24, 2022

CAPSTONE Slated for Launch Into Lunar Orbit

CAPSTONE, the pathfinder for NASA’s lunar outpost, will test an orbit around the Moon that has never been flown before.…

June 23, 2022

Mirrors Aligned: Webb Telescope’s First Full-Color Images Due in July

We’re counting down to the release of the Webb Telescope’s first full-color images! via NASA

June 22, 2022

A Sea of Stars Like Sequins

Near the center of the Milky Way lies this star-studded globular cluster, called Terzan 9 in the constellation Sagittarius. via…

June 21, 2022

Viewing the Color of Space

Attendees try on Oculus headsets and experience the space station using virtual reality prior to the screening of “The Color…

June 17, 2022

Galveston and the Beginning of Juneteenth

General Order No. 3 by Union troops on June 19, 1865, marked the official end of slavery in Texas and…