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Destructive re-entry marks end to successful Cygnus OA-5 mission

Destructive re-entry marks end to successful Cygnus OA-5 mission

July 13, 2016 NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Sends First In-orbit View

Juno Spacecraft Sends First In-orbit View

July 13, 2016 NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Sends First In-orbit View

Robotic Russian Supply Ship Arrives at Space Station

Robotic Russian Supply Ship Arrives at Space Station

The Progress MS-01 cargo craft descends to a destructive re-entry over the South Pacific Ocean on July 3 in this view captured by a crew member on the International Space Station. Its departure freed a space station docking port for the arrival of Progress MS-03. Photo credit: Roscosmos

The Progress MS-01 cargo craft descends to a destructive re-entry over the South Pacific Ocean on July 3 in this view captured by a crew member on the International Space Station. Its departure freed a space station docking port for the arrival of Progress MS-03. Photo credit: Roscosmos

This photo of Pluto (center) and its largest moon Charon was captured by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft in July 2014 and released on Aug. 7. New Horizons took this image and others from a range of 267 million to 262 million miles (429 million to 422 million kilometers).<br />

This photo of Pluto (center) and its largest moon Charon was captured by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft in July 2014 and released on Aug. 7. New Horizons took this image and others from a range of 267 million to 262 million miles (429 million to 422 million kilometers).<br />

Hubble's view of the first moon discovered around dwarf planet Makemake

Hubble Discovers Moon Orbiting the Dwarf Planet Makemake

Hubble's view of the first moon discovered around dwarf planet Makemake

NASA and Roscosmos discuss ISS suicide plunge requirements

NASA and Roscosmos discuss ISS suicide plunge requirements

Juno Closes in on Jupiter | This is the final view taken by the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft before Juno's instruments were powered down in preparation for orbit insertion. Juno obtained this color view on June 29, 2016, at a distance of 3.3 million miles (5.3 million kilometers) from Jupiter. The spacecraft is approaching over Jupiter's north pole, providing an unprecedented perspective on the Jupiter system, including its four large moons.

Juno Closes in on Jupiter

Juno Closes in on Jupiter | This is the final view taken by the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft before Juno's instruments were powered down in preparation for orbit insertion. Juno obtained this color view on June 29, 2016, at a distance of 3.3 million miles (5.3 million kilometers) from Jupiter. The spacecraft is approaching over Jupiter's north pole, providing an unprecedented perspective on the Jupiter system, including its four large moons.

SpaceX discusses progress toward human missions of Dragon/Falcon 9

SpaceX discusses progress toward human missions of Dragon/Falcon 9

Surprising Spiral Structure Found Around Young Star

Surprising Spiral Structure Found Around Young Star

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