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Neil deGrasse Tyson posts about asteroid projected to 'buzz-cut' Earth before Election Day

Neil deGrasse Tyson took to Instagram on Saturday to inform his following about an asteroid that’s projected to hit Earth the day before Election Day, on November 2.
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A mini-moon is set to enter Earth's orbit, but NASA believes it may just be space junk

The Moon is going to have to temporarily share the spotlight as a mini-moon is on track to enter Earth’s orbit. However, upon closer inspection, NASA isn’t convinced the mini-moon isn’t just space junk. Find out more.
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Stunning New Images of the Sun Show How Scary It Looks Up Close

Did you ever wonder how it looks being right next to the sun? NASA released stunning images of the sun and how scary the structure looks up close.
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NASA Says Asteroid Is Projected to Head Towards Earth a Day Before 2020 Election

Well, 2020 continues to give us challenges and unexpected events. NASA says an asteroid is projected to head towards Earth a day before the 2020 election.
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How Mars and the Moon Could Become Your Next Neighborhood

Nuclear power plants could make Mars and the moon people’s next neighborhood. Read more on RADIO.COM on when this could potentially happen.
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NASA Offers Up to $35,000 in 'Lunar Loo' Space Toilet Design Challenge

No trip – not even a trip to the moon – is possible without several bathroom breaks. NASA launched the ‘Lunar Loo Challenge’ to get the public’s help with designing the perfect space toilet. See more now.
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Asteroid Larger Than Empire State Building Set to Pass by Earth This Weekend

NASA will currently be looking out for an asteroid that may be as large as the Empire State Building in New York City. The asteroid is expected to pass by Earth this weekend.
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NASA and SpaceX Make Historic Launch with First American Crewed Spaceflight in 9 Years

An active-duty Air Force colonel and a retired Marine colonel were at the controls Saturday when America launched its first crewed space flight in nine years.
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SpaceX Astronauts Taking Off With Mosaic of 100,000 Grads

Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are suiting up in futuristic flight suits for Wednesday’s 4:33pm SpaceX launch. They will also be taking off with a mosaic of 100,000 images of 2020 graduates.
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Elon Musk's SpaceX Postpones First Crewed Space Flight in 9 Years

If the weather cooperates, an active-duty Air Force colonel and a retired Marine colonel will be at the controls Wednesday when America launches its first crewed space flight in nine years.
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