The Fight For Pluto's Fate As A Planet Continues

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Chuck Berry Immortalized On Voyager Space Mission

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That's no ravioli! Pan, one of Saturn's moons, bears more than a passing resemblance to a certain stuffed pasta. NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute hide caption

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An image of Western Hemisphere lightning storms, captured Feb. 14 over the course of one hour. Brighter colors indicate more lightning energy was recorded (the key is in kilowatt-hours of total optical emissions from lightning.) The most powerful storm system is located over the Gulf Coast of Texas. MATLAB/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration hide caption

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Trent Barton, a volunteer for the study looking at pressure inside the brain during space flights. Courtesy of David Ham hide caption

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Doctor Launches Vision Quest To Help Astronauts' Eyeballs

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Women Of NASA To Be Given The Lego Treatment

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The Women of NASA featured in the Lego set are (left to right): computer scientist Margaret Hamilton, mathematician Katherine Johnson, astronaut Sally Ride, astronaut Mae Jemison and astronomer Nancy Grace Roman. Maia Weinstock hide caption

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SpaceX Moves To Launch First-Ever Private Mission To The Moon

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SpaceX says its Falcon Heavy rocket, shown here in an artist's rendering, will be used in the mission to the moon. SpaceX hide caption

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SpaceX Announces Plans To Send Two Customers To The Moon

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Astronomers Find 7 Potentially Habitable Planets

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Explaining The Sizzling Sound Of Meteors

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