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Archive for October 10th, 2020

SpaceX’s next astronaut launch for NASA delayed until November

October 10th, 2020 by

The upcoming Crew-1 mission, which had been scheduled to launch Oct. 31, will now occur no sooner than early to mid-November.

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‘The Right Stuff’ recap: Meet the Mercury 7 astronauts — ‘Sierra Hotel’ and ‘Goodies’

October 10th, 2020 by

“The Right Stuff” lifts off with a countdown to a liftoff. The new National Geographic show launched on Disney Plus with the first two hours of the eight-episode series.

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Boulders on asteroid Bennu shed new light on the space rock’s history

October 10th, 2020 by

The near-Earth asteroid Bennu continues to reveal its secrets to NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission.

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On This Day in Space: Oct. 10, 1967: The Outer Space Treaty is born

October 10th, 2020 by

On Oct. 10, 1967, the international Outer Space Treaty was ratified. See how it happened in our “On This Day In Space” series!

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Bill Nye teams up with 4-H to ‘take students to Mars’

October 10th, 2020 by

Bill Nye, everybody’s favorite “science guy,” has teamed up with 4-H to take students to Mars (figuratively speaking.)

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