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Juno’s Latest Close Flyby of Jupiter on This Week @NASA – February 3, 2017

Juno’s Latest Close Flyby of Jupiter on This Week @NASA – February 3, 2017 NASA Feb 3, 2017 NASA’s Juno spacecraft made its latest close flyby of Jupiter Feb. 2 — passing about 2,700 miles above the planet’s clouds. This was the fourth close flyby since Juno began orbiting Jupiter last year on July 4. During these close passes instruments…

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Path to Mars Continues: Boeing’s Phased Approach for the Journey

Path to Mars Continues: Boeing’s Phased Approach for the Journey Boeing Sep 23, 2016 As NASA develops its strategy for future exploration beyond Earth’s orbit, Boeing is utilizing its 60 years of experience in human spaceflight to formulate an architecture that supports NASA’s vision, leverages the International Space Station, and extends human presence into the proving ground around the Moon…

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Space Station Crew Members Discuss Upcoming Spacewalks and Life in Space

NASA Jan 3, 2017 Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 50 Commander Shane Kimbrough and Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson of NASA discussed upcoming spacewalk activity associated with the replacement of batteries on the station’s truss and other aspects of life and research on the orbital laboratory during a pair of in-flight interviews Jan. 3 with the Associated Press and the…

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