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The Historic NASA Astronaut Launch: SpaceX Crew Dragon Reaches Launchpad

Less than in one week, veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be the part of the first crewed test flight of the Crew Dragon spacecraft.

NASA Unveiled the Artemis Accords That Regulate International Moon Missions

The Artemis Accords are a set of rules that will regulate how people explore outer space, including international missions to the Moon and Mars.

NASA Released SpaceX Crew Dragon Simulator That Docks With the ISS

SpaceX launched a browser-based simulator for docking its spacecraft, Crew Dragon, with the International Space Station. It has an actual interface that is used for a manual docking.

NASA Will Reportedly Send Tom Cruise to Space for a Movie

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is also involved in the movie that will be set on the International Space Station, according to NASA’s administrator Jim Bridenstine.

Hubble Space Telescope Celebrates 30 Years in Space This Month

In honor of the telescope’s thirty years in space, a team of researchers from NASA published a new image called “Coral Reef” that the Hubble took.

News Digest: Top 12 Pieces of News of the Week

Sometimes, you find it challenging to keep up with things that are happening around us, especially now when we are all stuck at home self-isolating. That is why we’ve prepared the top twelve pieces of news of the week to keep you posted.

SpaceX Will Finally Launch Space Tourists into Orbit Around Earth

Space tourists will not be docked with the space station. Instead, they will orbit the Earth and then return.

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