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    The Week in Space

    Here’s what caused the mysterious blue glow spotted from the ISS

    Here’s what caused the mysterious blue glow spotted from the ISS

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    Inside NASA’s mission to blast a giant, gold-coated telescope into deep space

    Inside NASA’s mission to blast a giant, gold-coated telescope into deep space

    The new telescope will be lighter, but far more powerful than Hubble, which launched almost 30 years ago. Marcia Rieke is a regents professor of Astronomy at the University of Arizona. This story originally featured on The Conversation. The James Webb Space Telescope is scheduled to head to space on …

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