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Collision Course

Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Labratory plans to crash a spacecraft into a near-Earth asteroid. NASA hopes it works.

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A Shipment of Domino Sugar Heads to the International Space Station

The Baltimore-based product was launched into space as part of an experiment.

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Q&A with Astronaut Terry Virts

Virts's new book of showcases images and stories from his NASA career and Columbia childhood.

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Partial Eclipse, Lots of Clouds, and Total Fun

Maryland Science Center draws 3,000 to eclipse viewing event.

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Mr. Universe

At the Space Telescope Science Institute, Kenneth Sembach is leading the next mission into the cosmos.

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Cameo: Reid Wiseman

We interview the astronaut who spent six months on the International Space Station.

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