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    1. NASA Mulls Spy Agency's Telescopes for Dark-Energy Mission

      SPACE.com via Yahoo! NewsApr 27 4:40 AM

      NASA is considering requesting money in next year's budget to eventually start using two space telescopes it received from the United States' spy satellite agency, a senior official told Space.com. NASA received the telescopes from the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) in 2012. The telescopes are being eyed for use in a potential space mission called WFIRST-AFTA (the Wide Field Infrared ...

    2. NASA is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope with a set of do-it-yourself collectibles. Marking the orbital observatory's launch 25 years ago this Friday (April 24), NASA is offering a medallion, a model of the space telescope and a Hubble "space ball." But unlike the agency's past commemoratives for space milestones, these free mementos are print-on-demand. Hubble, the...

    3. NASA is about to solve a major mystery about dwarf planet Ceres

      Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceApr 27 15:07 PM

      Back in January astronomers got one of their...

    4. Out of 90 airports across the country, Shreveport Regional Airport was the spot chosen for a NASA based bug research program.

    5. NASA, Boeing ecoDemonstrator 757 Plane Come to Shreveport for Bug Research

    6. NASA RFI: Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program: Fast Computing Challenge

    7. NASA said Friday observations of a dwarf planet have been delayed slightly after a communication glitch.

    8. NASA Kennedy Space Center Director Robert D. Cabana Receives 2015 National Space Trophy

    9. The Nexus for Exoplanet System Science, or NExSS, will take a multidisciplinary approach to the hunt for alien life, NASA officials said.

    10. This week, NASA and the space science community celebrated 25 years since the launch and deployment of the Hubble Space Telescope, an instrument with one of the greatest redemption stories in science history. First, there was the chore of convincing the astronomy community to agree to invest in such a costly project, and then to get Congress to fund it, and to keep funding it during construction.

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