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NASA requires First All-Female Spacewalk on Spacesuit Sizes

It is not planned as a historical mission, but it may represent a moment of evil: the first all-female spacewalk. But that moment has to wait, NASA said Monday, because of a relatively basic issue – space sizes. Two astronauts scheduled to walk together in the space on Friday, Anne C. McClain and Christina H. Koch, should wear a medium-size …

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NASA's study shows the digestive glacier miraculously growing again – AccuWeather.com

NASA study shows the digestive glacier miraculously growing again AccuWeather.com Key Greenland glaciers growing again after the recession for years, NASA studies show NBCNews.com Jakobshavn Glacier Reacts Greenland on Ocean Temperature Changes NASA Goddard Key melting Greenland glacier growing again Newsday Jakobshavn glacier in Greenland grows after being labeled as fastest recession Washington Times See full coverage on Google News …

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NASA is no longer planning to make first spacewalk with all women this week

NASA plans no longer plans to conduct a first all-female spacewalk this week, citing spacesuit raising issues. Earlier, NASA's astronaut Christina Koch and Anne McClain were scheduled to swap batteries outside the International Space Station this Friday on what would be a historical event. But now, NASA has decided that astronaut Nick Hague will bring McClain's place. The space agency …

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Key Greenland glaciers grow again after shrinking for years, NASA studies show

Get the newsletter Mach. / Source: Associated Press By Associated Press [19659006WASHINGTON-AssociatedGreenlandforwardwithineconomic-] The Jakobshavn glacier in 2012 shrinks about 1.8 miles and creates about 130 feet annually. But it began to grow again at almost the same rate over the last two years, according to a study on Nature Geoscience on Monday. Scientists and other scientists study this is temporarily …

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T. Rex Skeleton Found In Canada The Largest Biggest World

The Scotty T. rex on display. Photo: Amanda Kelley Updated measurements of a large fossil found in Saskatchewan nearly 30 years ago confirm it as the world's largest known Tyrannosaurus rex framework. Interestingly, the new work suggests T. re x and other dinosaurs grow on a wider scale than is usually appreciated. New research published last week on The Anatomical …

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Could Orion Ride Falcon Heavy to the Moon?

Things are not looking good for NASA's Space Launch System (SLS). Occasionally referred to as the "Senate Launch System", or even less graciously, the "Rocket to Nowhere", the super heavy-lift booster has long been a bone of contention for those in the industry. Designed as an evolution of core Space Shuttle technology, the SLS promised to reuse existing infrastructure to …

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