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NASA Award-Winning Scientist Humanizes Lives of Women in Iran

San Francisco, CA. Azadeh Tabazadeh has already accomplished her dream of becoming a world-renowned scientist, as proven by her awards from NASA, the American Geophysical Union, the American Meteorological Society, and the White House. She is now setting her sights on a new goal: making an impact across college campuses. Tabazadeh’s memoir, “The Sky Detective” […]

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NASA: Strong Evidence of Liquid Water on Mars

Washington, D.C. NASA scientists have found strong evidence of salt water streams on Mars, at least during the red planet’s summer, the space agency announced Monday. The lines of “hydrated” salt minerals found would require water for their creation, and where there’s liquid water, there could be life, even if it’s in microbial form. These […]

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Human Space Flight Day: Advancing Boundaries of Exploration

New York, N.Y.  Marking International Day of Human Space Flight, the United Nations today spotlighted the contribution of space science and technology to sustainable development and underscored the need to push the boundaries of exploration for the benefit of all people. International Space Station (2008). Photo: NASA. “I am confident that the International Day of […]

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