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Bound for Mars: Countdown to First Interplanetary Launch from California

In the early morning hours of May 5, millions of Californians will have an opportunity to witness a sight they have never seen before - the historic first interplanetary launch from Americas West Coast.

Ron G AnselmNASA Observes Strange Behavior From Distant Star - NASA has recently discovered the old nursery rhyme we grew up with signing with our first grade classmates would now be "Spinning, Spinning Little Star.
SOP newswire2Herschel Space Telescope Says Planets Past Their Prime? - NASA using the European Space Agency's Herschel Space Telescope Finds Star Possibly Making Planets Past Its Prime
Ron G AnselmNASA's HI-C Mission Gives Scientists More Insight on the Power of Sun - NASA has released the first clear evidence of energy that is transferred from the sun's magnetic field into the solar atmosphere or better known as the corona.
John PustelnikDung Beetles Found to Use Milky Way for Navigation - Researchers have found that dung beetles use the Milky Way to navigate.
John PustelnikNASA Satellites Last Much Longer than Expected - NASA's 6th Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS-6) continues to run, 10 years after its expected shut down date.
John PustelnikArticles About Neanderthal Cloning Prove to be False - Is it true that Harvard professor, George Church is actively seeking a woman to be a Neanderthal's surrogate mother?
John Pustelnik A Gene for Under-arm Odor - Researchers have found that about 78% of people with a particularly rare version of a gene do not produce any under-arm odor and still use deodorant.
Ron G AnselmNASA Begins Drilling Martian Crater in Search for Water - NASA`s Curiosity Rover Starts the First Stages of Drilling Martian Rocks to see if Water Does Exist on Mars
Ron G AnselmNASA Scientists Say Hotter Years Ahead? - Think the Summer Months Where you live are Hot? Just Wait; NASA says will get even Hotter in the Coming Years
SOP newswire2NASA Says 2012 Warmest Year Since 1880? - NASA scientists say 2012 was the ninth warmest of any year since 1880
Ron G AnselmNASA Monitoring Deep Space Weather - NASA Expands its Weather Research to the Ends of Space
Ron G AnselmNASA Finds Elusive Black Hole Using Advanced Imaging Technology - NASA Stumbles upon Little Black Hole in Space Using Advanced Imaging Technology
SOP newswire2XCOR Aerospace Sells 22 Flights on its Lynx Suborbital Spacecraft - Unilever Buys 22 Flights on XCOR Aerospace's Lynx Suborbital Spacecraft For Global AXE Campaign
SOP newswire2NASA Scientists Discover Weather Patterns in Brown Dwarf? - NASA`s Spitzer and Hubble space telescopes probed the stormy atmosphere of a brown dwarf which created the most detailed "weather map". The forecast shows wind-driven, planet-sized clouds enshrouding these strange worlds.
SOP newswire2Has Science Proved the Reality of the Biblical Genesis? - What NASA found coincides with the brief description of planet formation as described in the book of Genesis regarding earth`s own formation.
SOP newswire2Distant Galaxy's Gamma-Ray Burst Flies Past Earth - Gamma-Ray Burst from 11 billion years ago blazed past earth in 2011 according to NASA.
SOP newswire2NASA Discovers 461 New Planet Candidates Bringing Total to 2,740 - On Monday, NASA's Kepler mission announced the discovery of 461 new planet candidates. The Kepler mission has discovered a total of 2,740 potential planets orbiting 2,036 stars.
Ron G AnselmNASA Finds Water on Martian Meteorite? - Little Martian Meteorite May Turn Out to Unlock the Wonders of the Red Planet
SOP newswire2NASA Finds Water Rich Meteorite From Mars? - Researchers Identify Water Rich Meteorite Linked to Mars Crust
SOP newswire2'Hubble Reveals Creation' A Fascinating Photo Drama - The Grand Design of the Universe Captured in Photo Drama, by Hubble Telescope
Ron G AnselmNASA Monitoring Asteroid: Is it Headed for Earth? - Future Hazardous Asteroid being monitored by NASA as NASA says, "Nope, not this Time!"
Ron G AnselmNASA Scientists Hold Briefing on Why World Did Not End on December 21, 2012 - NASA Scientists Sit Down in a Q & A Session to Shed Light on the what and why of the World not coming to an End
SOP newswire2TDRS-K the Next-Generation Communications Satellite Arrives At Kennedy - NASA's newest Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, known as TDRS-K, arrived Tuesday at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida in preparation for a Jan. 29 launch.
SOP newswire2The Best Place To Work in Government is NASA - NASA Named Best Place Io Work in Government - Work Force Rallies to Support New Direction in Post-Shuttle Era
SOP newswire2NASA Takes Another Step Toward Human Exploration of New Destinations in Solar System - NASA on Thursday took another step toward human exploration of new destinations in the solar system.
SOP newswire2GRAIL Mission Probes Prepare Mission-Ending Moon Impact - The mountain where the two spacecraft will make contact is located near a crater named Goldschmidt.
SOP newswire2NASA Uncovers Previously Unseen Population of Seven Primitive Galaxies - The results show a smooth decline in the number of galaxies looking back in time to about 450 million years after the theorized big bang.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Is Launch of X-37B in Response to North Korea's Scheduled Missile Test? - After recently being delayed, The USAir Force robo-space plane, X-37B will begin its third mission today.
SOP newswire2New Forecast System Created to Help Transoceanic Flights Avoid Storms - The NCAR-based system combines satellite data and computer weather models to produce maps of storms over much of the world's oceans.
SOP newswire2What Causes Wide Binary Stars? - NASA Astrobiology Institute Shows How Wide Binary Stars Form
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