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Early-Warning Telescope Could Detect Dangerous Asteroids
In just 13 years, asteroids have caused more than two dozen massive explosions in the atmosphere.
Duck! Asteroids Strike Earth More Often Than We Think
Sensors designed to monitor nuclear tests have detected more asteroid explosions than expected, even since last year's spectacular Russian meteor.
NASA Chief Tells Off Asteroid Critics: 'Get Over It'
NASA's chief has a message for those who want him to forget about going to a near-Earth asteroid and head directly for Mars instead: "Get over it."
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NASA has pretty much mastered the selfie game, and now it wants your help for Earth Day.
Meteors Light Up the Sky (And the Internet)
The Lyrid meteor shower is at its peak, and even if your skies are cloudy, you can watch the celestial light show on the Web.
Google and NASA Team Up to Build Floating Robots
Eventually, astronauts could get a hand on the International Space Station from floating robotic SPHERES.
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SpaceX Cargo Ship Delivers Easter Goodies in Orbit
Space station astronauts have received a special Easter treat: a SpaceX Dragon cargo ship with more than 2 tons of supplies.
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Murmansk Meteor: Dashcams Spot Russian Fireball
A fireball like the one that flashed over Russia last year has been sighted over another Russian city, but this one wasn't as destructive.
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Cargo Launch Turns Into 'Happy Day' for SpaceX
SpaceX launched more than two tons of cargo to the International Space Station — and also conducted an experiment in rocket recovery.
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