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Soyuz commander Yuri Malenchenko, left, and NASA's Sunita Williams, right, the Soyuz flight engineer, await lift off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide is seated to the right of Malenchenko and out of the image. Photo Credit/NASA TV

An all veteran crew of U. S., Russian and Japanese...

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured this M5.6 class solar flare on July 2, 2012, at 6:52 a.m. EDT. The flare came from a large sunspot called AR1515 in the sun’s southern hemisphere. The flare caused brief radio interference over Europe. Image courtesy NASA/SDO

The Sun is acting up again!

A huge coronal mass ejection on the Sun was recorded on July 12. Forecasters expect the...

There’s a great way to study the 3-D nature of NASA spacecraft. Thanks to space specialists at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), a new application can bring robotic spacecraft to life.

It’s available for free on the iPhone and iPad…and just in time for the early August landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars.

Called Spacecraft 3D, the app uses animation to...

Researchers from Cornell University and the University of Hawaii, as well as a nine-member volunteer crew, do hands-on training with a chef in teaching kitchens at Cornell as part of a three-year NASA study designed to develop a healthy, sustainable and enjoyable menu for interplanetary travel. Credit: Cornell/HI-SEAS

A team of researchers from the University of Hawaii at...

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