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NASA’s Guide To House Plants That Best Support Healthy Air

I recently finished a Biology class in Belfast and during that class we had to plant bean plants. Mine grew over a foot and the whole experience was pretty cool to watch day by day...

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n this handout provided by NASA, the planet Mercury is seen in silhouette, lower left, as it transits across the face of the sun Monday, May 9, 2016 Boyertown, Pennsylvania. Mercury passes between Earth and the sun only about 13 times a century, with the previous transit taking place in 2006. (Photo by NASA/Bill Ingalls via Getty Images)
n this handout provided by NASA, the planet Mercury is seen in silhouette, lower left, as it transits across the face of the sun Monday, May 9, 2016 Boyertown, Pennsylvania. Mercury passes between Earth and the sun only about 13 times a century, with the previous transit taking place in 2006. (Photo by NASA/Bill Ingalls via Getty Images)

Mercury Will Make a Rare Transit Across the Sun Today

Today, Monday May 9 the planet Mercury will go directly in front of the sun. This is a rare ‘transit’ that happens only 13 times a century.

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Astronaut Christopher Cassidy
NASA, Getty Images

Maine Astronaut Comes 158 Days Shy Of Space Flight Record

U.S. Navy Captain and NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy was appointed chief of the Astronauts Office in July 2015. Cassidy is a graduate of York High School in Maine. He is also a member of the U.S. Navy Seals and won two bronze stars for combat leadership in Afghanistan.

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NASA Looking For Astronauts

 

NASA is looking for astronauts. Next month details of the hire will be posted on the federal job site USAJOBS.

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Astronaut Scott Kelly Sets New Record for Time in Space

There is new U.S. record for time spent in space. It was set by astronaut Scott Kelly for the most time spent off earth by an American citizen.

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Handout, Getty Images
Handout, Getty Images

International Space Station Gets Shipment of Whiskey

A Japanese company known for its whiskey and other alcoholic beverages delivered a supply of their drink to the International Space Station. The whiskey arrived with 10,000 pounds of cargo that included space walking equipment, an emergency breathing kit and toilet wiring.

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ESA, Getty Images
ESA, Getty Images

Caribou Native on the Cusp of Becoming an Astronaut

 

Caribou native Jessica Meir is part of the 21st NASA astronaut class and is hoping to advance from candidate to astronaut. Meir says since she was in first grade her dream was to go into space.

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NASA, Getty Images
NASA, Getty Images

New Radiation Belt Found Around Earth

NASA has just discovered a protective radiation field around the earth the Van Allen radiation belts. It’s named after the twin Van Allen space probes than made the find. in 1958.

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George Frey, Getty Images
George Frey, Getty Images

Astronauts Don’t Sleep Well in Space

NASA has revealed that astronauts in space suffer from sleep deprivation. According to a 10 year study it shows astronauts get an average of only six hours of sleep a night. NASA orders crew members to get at least 8.5 hour of sleep but that’s not happening.

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NASA, Getty Images
NASA, Getty Images

NASA Contest for Crash Landing on the Moon

NASA’s moon probe LADEE (Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer) has been studying the moon's thin atmosphere since its launch in September, 2013. This space probe will not be coming back to Earth; NASA is going to crash land it on the far side of the moon.

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