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50 MINS AGO - Gizmodo

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Here's an Early Look at Russia's New Manned Spacecraft

While NASA and its commercial partners try hard to develop several new American spacecraft in order to get American astronauts into Earth’s orbit and beyond, Russia is working on its own new craft, too.Read more...

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50 MINS AGO - Yahoo! News

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Watch three astronauts repark a Soyuz capsule on the ISS

Two Soyuz capsules are currently docked at the ISS — one at the Poisk module and one at the Rassvet module.  The one at the Poisk module is being moved to free up the port, since it’s facing Earth. Cosmonauts Gennady Padalka and Mikhail Kornienko, along with NASA astronaut Scott Kelly will move the Soyuz capsule between 3:12AM ET and ...

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1 HOUR AGO - Christian Science Monitor

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Global sea levels rise three inches: Is that a lot? (+video)

NASA scientists say rising sea levels – a natural consequence of the warming of our planet – are unavoidable and more dangerous than thought. 

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2 HOURS AGO - Mashable

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Space Station crew moving Russian spaceship to new parking spot Friday

Three International Space Station crewmembers are going to take a quick little day trip Friday NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka will board their Russian Soyuz spacecraft and fly around the Space Station to dock at another port on the orbiting outpost, preparing for the arrival of another Soyuz next week. See also: Amazing photos ...

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4 HOURS AGO - Christian Science Monitor

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Rising seas even more dangerous than thought, says NASA

Melting ice sheets are contributing to rising sea levels more than previously thought, suggests data from NASA satellites.

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