'USA TODAY ' 'Express.co.uk ' 'CNET ' 'WhiteHouse.gov ' "Near-Earth objects" are'hurtling toward Earth, and NASA and the White House recently released an action plan for how to address them. Jumping ahead.
'CNET ' 'Space.com ' 'The Register ' 'CBS News ' NASA knows how damaging a potential impact from smaller asteroids might be, highlighting the Tunguska event in its report.
'Space.com ' 'KPTV.com ' 'PR Newswire (press release) ' In a 1 p.m. EDT (1700 GMT) teleconference today, NASA scientists will roll out a new report on the space agency's strategy for tracking, and potentially deflecting,
'WFSB ' The plan is called the “National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy and Action Plan” and will focus on how the U.S. government will handle objects from space that approach Earth.
'Fox News ' FILE - In this May 9, 1989 file photo, Dr. James Hansen, director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, testifies before a Senate Transportation subcommittee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
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'Business Insider ' 'Yahoo News ' Chris Hadfield, most widely known for his ' , has seen an impressive amount of space travel.
'Mid-Day ' In her credits, Whitson has the records like 'World's most experienced female spacewalker', 'First woman to command the International Space Station', 'Oldest woman ever to fly in space',
'The Planetary Society (blog) ' 'Space.com ' 'Business Insider ' In a surprising display of timeliness, the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have both now released their funding bills for NASA in fiscal year 2019.
'Space.com ' 'CBS News ' 'The Sun ' NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold will venture outside the ' today (June 14) for a 6.5-hour spacewalk, and you can watch it live online.
'New York Times ' Thousands of asteroids are passing through Earth's neighborhood all the time. Although the odds of a direct hit on the planet any time soon are slim,
'SpaceNews ' Space Systems Loral's booth at the Space Tech Expo in Pasadena, California, was flanked by robotic arms: a sturdy one for grasping geostationary satellites and a slender one for assembling spacecraft in orbit.
'The Topeka Capital-Journal ' 'U.S. News & World Report ' NASA last Tuesday announced the Cosmosphere as one of three applicants to receive funds out of 43 submitted proposals.
'Ars Technica ' 'Tech development doesn't exist in a bubble, and NASA doesn't do everything end to end,' Fong tells Ars. 'We exist in an ecosystem.
'The Columbus Dispatch ' WASHINGTON — Major changes could be ahead for the International Space Station, but there will always be an American astronaut in orbit, NASA's new boss said this past week.
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