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Three monarch butterflies lived for a week aboard the International Space Station.
Infrared instrument promises bonanza of finds, from asteroids to remote galaxies.
The newly installed wide field camera captured several thousand new galaxies.
The WISE space telescope will be tasked with cataloging objects posing a danger to Earth.
The huge cyanobacteria bloom that is attacking the lake is clearly visible even from space.
With a full crew complement, the International Space Station can no longer accommodate paying guests.
New video reveals changes in Saturn’s aurora every few minutes, with three dimensions.
The unmanned aerial drone surveyed wildfire damage using visible, infrared and thermal filters.
With the shuttle fleet set to retire, NASA intends to stockpile supplies aboard the ISS.
Efforts to extract the Mars rover from a sandpit will start next week, but success is uncertain.