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Keeping The Wheels Turning: Registration Open For 20th Annual NASA Great Moonbuggy Race

Registration is now open for the 20th annual NASA Great Moonbuggy Race, which challenges high school, college and university students around the world to build and race fast, lightweight "moonbuggies" of their own design.

NASA Ceremony to Rename Twin Earth Radiation Belt Spacecraft

Media representatives are invited to attend a ceremony to announce the renaming of NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP).

NASA Holds Innovative Advanced Concepts Symposium Nov. 14-15

The NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Program's 2012 Fall Symposium will be held Nov. 14-15, 2012 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Hampton, Va.

Keeping The Wheels Turning: Registration Open For 20th Annual NASA Great Moonbuggy Race

Registration is now open for the 20th annual NASA Great Moonbuggy Race, which challenges high school, college and university students around the world to build and race fast, lightweight "moonbuggies" of their own design.

Scientists Detect 12-Billion-Year-Old Supernova, the Oldest Yet Observed

The most recently observed stellar explosion in our neighborhood
was Kepler's supernova, spotted 400 years ago.
Scientists using a telescope atop a Hawaiian volcano have detected a pair of extra-bright supernovae, or star explosions, one of which is the oldest, most-distant supernova ever detected.

Scientists Detect 12-Billion-Year-Old Supernova, the Oldest Yet Observed

The most recently observed stellar explosion in our neighborhood
was Kepler's supernova, spotted 400 years ago.
Scientists using a telescope atop a Hawaiian volcano have detected a pair of extra-bright supernovae, or star explosions, one of which is the oldest, most-distant supernova ever detected.

Scientists Detect 12-Billion-Year-Old Supernova, the Oldest Yet Observed | 80beats

<p class="imgcapright"><img src="http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/files/2012/11/supernova1.jpg" alt="Kepler supernova" width="350"/>The most recently observed stellar explosion in our neighborhood<br />
was Kepler&#8217;s supernova, spotted 400 years ago.</p>

That's Negatory, Red Ryder: Curiosity Has Not Found Methane On Mars

The Curiosity rover has looked for methane on the Red Planet and has found none, disappointing hopes for finding life---Earth's main source of methane---on Mars.

That's Negatory, Red Ryder: Curiosity Has Not Found Methane On Mars

The Curiosity rover has looked for methane on the Red Planet and has found none, disappointing hopes for finding life---Earth's main source of methane---on Mars.

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