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12.29.06 - ISS Status Report: SS06-053
The ISS crew spent a busy week unpacking, inventorying and stowing more than two tons of equipment and supplies.
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12.27.06 - Top Exploration and Discovery Stories of the Year
NASA moved forward in 2006 to extend humanity's exploration of the solar system and learn more about the universe and our home planet.
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12.22.06 - NASA Welcomes Discovery Crew Home for the Holidays
The Space Shuttle Discovery and its crew returned home Friday after a 13-day journey of more than 5.3 million miles in space.
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12.22.06 - Images From Hinode Offer Clues About Our Violent Sun
Instruments aboard a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency satellite named Hinode, or "Sunrise," are returning extraordinary new images of our sun.
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12.21.06 - Discovery Set to Land Friday
Commander Mark Polansky and his crew aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery will complete their 13-day mission to the International Space Station Friday, Dec. 22.
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12.20.06 - Satellite Discovers New Kind of Black Hole Explosion
Scientists using NASA data are studying a newly recognized type of cosmic explosion called a hybrid gamma-ray burst, and is likely signaling the birth of a new black hole.
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12.18.06 - NASA and Google Bring Exploration to Earth
NASA Ames Research Center and Google have signed a Space Act Agreement that formally establishes a relationship to work together.
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12.15.06 - Ames Schedules Briefing to Discuss Google Agreement
NASA Ames Research Center hosts a media briefing Monday to discuss a major announcement involving Google, Inc.
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12.15.06 - NASA Looking for Future Explorers
NASA is searching for the next generation of explorers to participate in the challenge of designing and building a lunar rover or "moonbuggy" to compete in the 14th Great Moonbuggy Race.
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12.15.06 - NASA Selects Teams to Fly on 'Weightless Wonder'
Thirty-four undergraduate student teams have been selected to fly and conduct experiments aboard NASA's "Weightless Wonder" reduced gravity aircraft next spring.
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12.12.06 - NASA Outlines Recent Changes in Earth's Freshwater Distribution
Observations of freshwater storage by the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment provide a new picture of how water is distributed globally and how it is changing.
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12.11.06 - NASA Press Secretary Leaves for D.C. Communications Firm
NASA Press Secretary Dean Acosta is leaving the agency to become a managing director at Qorvis Communications LLC in Washington, effective Jan. 2.
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12.09.06 - Discovery Lights up the Sky
Crew will add to the Space Station's structure and reconfigure power systems.
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12.08.06 - NASA Sets Briefing With Next Station Crew
NASA will hold a media briefing at 10:15 a.m. CST Dec. 13 with members of the next ISS crew and a U.S. businessman who will visit the complex in spring 2007.
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12.07.06 - Weather Scrubs Shuttle Launch
Next attempt set for 8:47 p.m. EST on Dec. 9.
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12.06.06 - Climate Warming Reduces Ocean Food Supply
In a NASA study, scientists have concluded that when Earth's climate warms, there is a reduction in the ocean's primary food supply. This poses a potential threat to fisheries and ecosystems.
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12.06.06 - Images Suggest Water Still Flows in Brief Spurts on Mars
NASA photographs have revealed bright new deposits seen in two gullies on Mars that suggest water carried sediment through them sometime during the past seven years.
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12.05.06 - NASA'S GENESAT-1 To Hitch a Ride On Air Force Rocket
NASA's GeneSat-1 is set to launch into orbit on an Air Force rocket on Dec. 11 from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Va.
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12.04.06 - NASA Schedules Briefing to Announce Significant Find on Mars
NASA hosts a news briefing at 1 p.m. EST, Wednesday, Dec. 6, to present new science results from the Mars Global Surveyor.
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12.04.06 - NASA Unveils Global Exploration Strategy and Lunar Architecture
NASA on Monday unveiled the initial elements of the Global Exploration Strategy and a proposed U.S. lunar architecture, two critical tools for achieving the nation's vision of returning humans to the moon.
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