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  1. NASA Planning A Mission To Europa To Determine If It’s Habitable

    The White House's 2016 budget request for NASA is $18.5 billion dollars, and a large chunk of that sweet, sweet space cash is going to fund a mission to "the destination within the solar system most likely to harbor current life": Jupiter's icy moon, Europa.

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  2. 11-Year-Old Aspiring Programmer Wants to Teach Other Girls How to Code: “I Can Do Everything Boys Want to Do”

    Yesterday's Tech Superwomen Summit in San Francisco had a very special guest: 11-year-old aspiring programmer Ava Brodie.

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  3. Astronaut Leland Melvin’s Dogs Boldly Go Where No Man’s Best Friend Has Gone Before

    Set phasers to snuggle.

    Astronaut, TV host, and NASA Associate Administrator for Education Leland Melvin is already an amazing human being, but PUPPIES! This is officially the greatest official astronaut portrait ever.

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  4. This Damn Snow Storm Is Ruining Your View of a Huge Asteroid Passing by Right Now

    Down in front!

    A "mountain-size" asteroid is passing by the Earth right now, and we'd all be able to see it if the snow weren't ruining our lives.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: NASA Air Flow Visualization Throughout the Years

    COOL-LOOKING

    Look, all I'm saying is that air is really cool.

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  6. NASA’s Stunning New Space Images Celebrate the “International Year of Light”: 2015

    Not to be confused with 200X, the year of Dr. Light.

    The United Nations has named 2015 the International Year of Light, which includes light-based technologies—even ones that see things that humans can't. So, NASA has released some amazing new image composites of objects in space for all of us to ogle.

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  7. Kids, Curiosity Rover Wants You to Do Your Homework So You Can Join It on Mars

    It's just lonely up there, OK?

    Did you do your homework today? Well Curiosity loves you for it, you wonderful nerd, because it could use some company. Have fun laughing at all those slackers from Mars.

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  8. See What a Dwarf Planet Looks Like Spinning Through the Asteroid Belt in a NASA Dawn Mission GIF

    So a lot like Pluto, right? Shots fired!

    The dwarf planet Ceres is the largest object in our solar system's asteroid belt—in between Mars and Jupiter—at about 2,850,000 square kilometers of surface area. NASA's Dawn mission is approaching Ceres for a rendezvous in the coming months, and it's now close enough to give us a close up look at the object.

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  9. Curiosity Rover Preparing to Snort Mars Crystals Before Undergoing Major Software Update; Is Total Badass

    Rock and rove.

    Look out, Martians! Crystal-guzzling robot in the house!

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  10. Lost British Space Probe Found on Mars 11 Years Later Completely Safe From the Sycorax

    Beagle 2! Oh, we haven't seen Beagle 2 in yeeeears!

    The UK's Beagle 2 lander, which has been missing for 11 years, was just found on the surface of Mars and is now officially safe from the clutches of any alien invaders and their cheap voodoo.

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  11. NASA Has a Soundcloud Account, And They’ve Filled it With Awesome Things

    In space, we can all hear you, thanks to the microphones that you brought along.

    Did you know that NASA, yes NASA, has a Soundcloud account, and that they've filled it with some of the most amazing and historically significant sounds in American space exploration?

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  12. [UPDATE] Space Station Astronauts Evacuated to Russian Side After Ammonia Leak Alarm

    Once again proving that lots of people will blow a bunch of money on space thrillers while not enough people pay attention to the real one happening above our heads, the International Space Station woke up to some problems early this morning.

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  13. Awesome Lady Geologist Builds Volcano-Diving Robots With NASA, Because Robots Weren’t Indestructible Enough

    No one tell the T-1000 about this technology.

    Thanks to Dr. Carolyn Parcheta and her co-advisors at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, there's now a robot that can explore volcanoes to see how they work on Earth, possibly investigate them in space, and probably uncover a lot of secret supervillain lairs.

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  14. NASA and Nissan Team Up to Build Self-Driving Cars. Sadly, They Won’t Fly.

    Probably. (Definitely.)

    Flying cars aren't going to make the October 21, 2015 Back to the Future deadline, but self-driving cars just might if NASA has anything to say about it.

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  15. NASA Made Some Beautiful Space Tourism Posters for Those Exoplanets They Keep Finding

    "Then why am I still on this garbage planet?" -Carolyn Cox, 2015

    NASA's Kepler mission has found its 1,000th alien world! Celebrate by taking a look at these snazzy ads NASA put out for some of those giant celestial marvels and wonder what in the heck we're still doing down here on this rock!

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  16. Hubble Space Telescope Celebrates 25th Anniversary By Updating Iconic “Pillars of Creation” Image

    I think I can see Thanos!

    Ultimate Space Porn Reboot!

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  17. Things We Saw Today: Hasbro’s Replacement Play-Doh Penis Toy

    Thing that can't be unseen.

    After receiving numerous complaints regarding the questionably-shaped 'Extruder' toy included in Hasbro's new Cake Mountain Set, the company has replaced the phallic device with this new, larger model.

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  18. Curiosity Rover Smelled What Mars Dealt: Methane, Which Could Mean Life

    We don't know if bacteria supplied it, since no one denied it.

    The Mars Curiosity rover has made an exciting discovery: Mars has methane, which is a possible sign of life. Beautiful, stinky life.

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  19. Christmas Songs Scientifically Accurate, NASA Confirms That The Holidays Literally Make Seasons Bright

    Important holiday science.

    The Earth is always pretty when viewed from space, but NASA has some new data that shows that the holidays light up the Earth like, well, a Christmas tree.

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  20. NASA Research Center Details Plans for Cloud Cities and Airships on Venus

    I've got a bad good feeling about this.

    NASA's ideas about setting up floating cities on Venus may seem like delusions of grandeur, but in some ways they would actually be more practical than setting up camp on Mars. Since they're already tied in other areas like availability of Star Wars jokes—Mars is cold like Hoth; Venus would need a cloud city—the new ideas about Venus may be a tie breaker.

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