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Biden, Macron ready to talk Ukraine, trade in state visit

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — French President Emmanuel Macron is headed to Washington for the first state visit of Joe Biden’s presidency — a revival of...

Two NASA spacecraft detect biggest meteor strikes at Mars

C(DailyNews)E CANAVERAL, Fla. ((DailyNews)) — Two NASA spacecraft at Mars — one on the surface and the other in orbit — have recorded the...

NASA Mars lander captures strikes by 4 incoming space rocks

C(DailyNews)E CANAVERAL, Fla. ((DailyNews)) — A NASA lander on Mars has captured the vibrations and sounds of four meteoroids striking the planet’s surface. Scientists...

NASA to launch 2 more choppers to Mars to help return rocks

C(DailyNews)E CANAVERAL, Fla. ((DailyNews)) — NASA is launching two more mini helicopters to Mars in its effort to return Martian rocks and soil samples...

Russia to drop out of International Space Station after 2024

MOSCOW ((DailyNews)) — Russia will pull out of the International Space Station after 2024 and focus on building its own orbiting outpost, the country’s...

China launches mission to complete space station assembly

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — China on Sunday launched a new three-person mission to complete assembly work on its permanent orbiting space station. The Shenzhou 14...

Dusty demise for NASA Mars lander in July; power dwindling

C(DailyNews)E CANAVERAL, Fla. ((DailyNews)) — A NASA spacecraft on Mars is headed for a dusty demise. The Insight lander is losing power because of...

Chinese astronauts land after 6 months on space station

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — Three Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Saturday after six months aboard their country’s newest orbital station in the longest crewed...

US astronaut ends record spaceflight with Russian ride home

A NASA astronaut caught a Russian ride back to Earth on Wednesday after a U.S. record 355 days at the International Space Station, returning...

Without Russia, science going solo on world’s woes, dreams

PARIS ((DailyNews)) — Without Russian help, climate scientists worry how they’ll keep up their important work of documenting warming in the Arctic.Europe’s space agency...

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