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NASA's InSight Probe May Have Recorded First Sounds Of Marsquake
A NASA probe called InSight is on Mars listening for marsquakes and it seems it has detected the first sounds of a quake, probably.
Apr 24 9:14PM NPR-Space

Former Astronaut On Watching For Life-Destroying Objects From Space
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to former astronaut Ed Lu, who co-founded a planetary defense nonprofit, about a meteor that exploded with the energy of 10 atomic bombs over the Bering Sea.
Apr 21 11:46AM NPR-Space

Do You Love Lying In Bed? Get Paid By NASA To Do It For Space Research
Researchers are currently looking for candidates who will stay in bed 24 hours a day, seven days a week for 60 straight days for a study on how the body adapts to weightlessness.
Apr 15 12:31AM NPR-Space

Get Paid To Stay In Bed, For Space Science
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Jennifer Ngo-Anh of the European Space Agency about their planned study during which subjects will stay in bed for two months.
Apr 14 12:03PM NPR-Space

Scientists Share Results From NASA's Twins Study
During astronaut Scott Kelly's nearly year-long space flight on the International Space Station, NASA scientists measured physiological changes in him and his earthbound twin, Mark Kelly.
Apr 12 9:11AM NPR-Space

Israeli Robotic Moon Landing Fails In Final Descent
Israeli scientists are studying what caused an engine failure in the closing minutes of what they hoped would be a historic lunar landing.
Apr 11 9:53PM NPR-Space

Scientists Have Taken The First Photo Of Something That's Invisible A Black Hole
The swirling mass around a black hole is called an "event horizon," the point of no return beyond which not even light can escape. Scientists unveiled the first image of this on Wednesday.
Apr 10 8:25PM NPR-Space

Earth Sees First Image Of A Black Hole
Every image you've ever seen of a black hole has been a simulation. Until now. "We have seen what we thought was unseeable," said Event Horizon Telescope Director Shep Doeleman.
Apr 10 12:56PM NPR-Space

Juno Flies By Jupiter
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks NASA scientist Steven Levin about the spacecraft Juno's latest Jupiter fly-by, occurring this weekend.
Apr 7 12:05PM NPR-Space

Japan (Very Carefully) Drops Plastic Explosives Onto An Asteroid
The device was detonated as part of a mission to better understand the origins of planets.
Apr 5 5:31PM NPR-Space

PHOTOS: Super 'Blood Moon' Wows
A total lunar eclipse that coincided with a supermoon made the moon appear gigantic and red in the January night sky.
Jan 21 3:53PM NPR-Space

SpaceX To Lay Off 10 Percent Of Its Workforce
A spokesman said the reduction would not be necessary except for "extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead.
Jan 12 1:06AM NPR-Space