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1. Free Texas Windows 10 themes
July 03, 2017

exas is a large state in the southern U.S. with deserts, pine forest and the Rio Grande, a river that forms its border with Mexico. In its biggest city, Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts houses works by well-known Impressionist and Renaissance painters, while Space Center Houston offers interactive displays engineered by NASA. Austin, the capital, is known for its eclectic music scene and LBJ Presidential Library.Houston is the most populous city in Texas and the fourth largest in the U.S., while San Antonio is the second most populous in the state and seventh largest in the U.S. Dallas–Fort Wo... (read more)

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2. Bodies of Chapecoense players killed in plane crash returned to Brazil
December 22, 2016

The bodies of the football team killed when their plane crashed in Colombia earlier this week have been returned to Brazil. Many of the 71 victims were players or supporters of the Chapecoense football team, which had chartered the plane after reaching the final of the Copa Sudamericana being held in Medellin, Colombia. 'What he did was mass murder': little sympathy for Colombia Airlines Crash pilot Read more Brazilian president Michel Temer presided over a brief ceremony at Chapeco airport in Santa Catarina state in southern Brazil, where he posthumously decorated 50 of the vic... (read more)

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3. VP Biden to Speak at John Glenn Funeral
December 17, 2016

Vice President Joe Biden is slated to speak Saturday at the funeral of former astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn. The memorial service will take place in Glenn’s home state of Ohio, on the campus of Ohio State University. Biden will be one of several prominent speakers at the funeral, which will include NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and retired Marine Gen. Jack Dailey. John Glenn is remembered as a space hero in the United States after he became the first American to orbit the...... (read more)

4. Researchers Show Off New Climate Research on Carbon, Methane
December 16, 2016

Much of the U.S. is in the grip of temperatures that are well below 10 degrees celsius. But weather is one thing, and climate another, so scientists in San Francisco are discussing global warming. At the same time NASA has released new imagery showing how carbon dioxide is moving through the earth's atmosphere. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.... (read more)

5. Geminids Meteor Shower Peaks Tuesday Amid Full Moon
December 12, 2016

The Geminids meteor shower hits its peak on Tuesday, but a full moon will outshine the celestial show this year. NASA says the Geminids are one of the best and most reliable meteor showers. At its peak, 120 meteors can be seen per hour under perfect conditions.   This year, the peak coincides with a full moon and that could make all but the brightest meteors invisible to the naked eye.   NASA says sky watchers looking to see the shower should head somewhere away from city...... (read more)

6. Cassini Probe Beams Back Images of Saturn’s Atmosphere
December 07, 2016

NASA’s Cassini space probe has beamed back the first close up views of Saturn’s atmosphere. The images show the gas giant’s northern hemisphere, which is home to a hexagon-shaped jet stream. The current phase of Cassini’s mission, called Ring-Grazing Orbits, began November 30, as Casini started 20 week-long orbits that skim the planet’s rings. "This is it, the beginning of the end of our historic exploration of Saturn. Let these images, and those to come, remind you that we’ve...... (read more)

7. NASA Developing Food Bars for Mars Missions
November 28, 2016

A journey to Mars presents many challenges, not the least of which will be how to feed the astronauts during what is expected to be a six-month journey to the Red Planet. To that end, the U.S. space agency NASA is working to create lightweight food bars that provide calories without adding a lot of extra weight to the Orion spacecraft and the massive booster needed to get to Mars. Unlike the International Space Station, where astronauts can choose from more than 200 food items, that’s...... (read more)

8. Destination Moon? Belgium Joins Space Race
November 25, 2016

Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin helped popularize the 1950s Space Race with his iconic cartoon rocket; seven decades on from the boy reporter's "Destination Moon," his country is finally getting its own version of NASA. The Interfederal Space Agency of Belgium (ISAB) will be set up next year, science minister Elke Sleurs said, arguing that it would help a local industry hang on to what is now a 5-percent share of the EU's 7 billion-euro a year space...... (read more)

9. Turkey, Football Headline Thanksgiving for Astronauts
November 22, 2016

Turkey and football will be the main Thanksgiving headliners up on the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough is serving as chef for the six-person crew. He showed off the specialties he'll be preparing in a video this week. On Thursday — a regular workday for the crew  — Kimbrough will warm up pouches of sliced turkey, candied yams, and cherry and blueberry cobbler. He'll also add water to the bags of dehydrated cornbread dressing, green beans and...... (read more)

10. Astronaut About to Set Record as Oldest Woman in Space
November 16, 2016

NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is on the verge of becoming the oldest woman in space, adding to her long list of barrier-breaking records. Whitson will be 56 when she rockets off the planet Thursday. She’ll celebrate her 57th birthday in February on the International Space Station. That’s a far cry from John Glenn’s space shuttle flight at age 77 and a few years shy of the male runners-up. But it’s enough to beat Barbara Morgan’s record as the world’s oldest spacewoman. Morgan waited so...... (read more)

11. Scientists Find Evidence of Water on Pluto
November 16, 2016

Pluto, demoted from full planetary status a decade ago, continues to surprise and astonish researchers who are sifting through data from the New Horizons' recent fly-by. New Horizons is the NASA mission, launched in 2006, that made a close approach to Pluto in July, giving researchers stunning views and unprecedented amounts of information about the dwarf planet. So what's new? New research being published in today's Nature magazine is focused on the heart-shaped...... (read more)

12. NASA Exhibit Celebrates Its Earliest, Greatest Astronauts
November 11, 2016

NASA’s earliest and greatest astronauts gathered at Kennedy Space Center Friday to mark the grand opening of a new space exhibit in which they’re the stars. Thirty astronauts, three of them moonwalkers, took part in the outdoor ceremony, including two who had extra reason to celebrate. Fifty years ago Friday, Jim Lovell and Buzz Aldrin launched on Gemini 12, the last of that program. With all the excitement, Lovell forgot about Friday’s anniversary — until reminded by a reporter. He...... (read more)

13. November and December will See ‘Supermoons’
November 03, 2016

Sky gazers have a special treat to look for later this month when a “supermoon” lights up the heavens. According to NASA, the November 14th full moon will be the closest full moon of this year, and the closest to Earth since 1948. It won’t be as close again until November 25, 2034. Even if the skies are cloudy on the 14th, the moon will still be very bright on the nights leading up to the supermoon. A supermoon is when the moon and Earth are closer than they usually are, if...... (read more)

14. New Sensor Could ‘Sniff’ for Life on Mars
November 02, 2016

An instrument used to detect bio-hazards here on Earth could be used to find signs of current or former life on Mars. The instrument, developed by NASA technologist Branimir Blagojevic, is called BILI, and is a “fluorescence-based lidar,” which works like radar, but instead of using radio waves, it analyzes light to analyze particles in the atmosphere. “NASA has never used it before for planetary ground level exploration. If the agency develops it, it will be the first of a kind,”...... (read more)

15. Soyuz Space Capsule Returns to Earth
October 29, 2016

A Russian Soyuz space capsule has landed in Kazakhstan, bringing back three astronauts from the United States, Japan and Russia back to Earth from a 115-day mission aboard the International Space Station. The landing took place Sunday morning near Dzhezkazgan on the treeless Central Asian steppes. Kate Rubins of NASA, Japan's Takuya Onisihi and Anatoly Ivanishin of Russia were removed from the capsule and sat on the steppes still in their capsule seats while they readjusted to the...... (read more)

16. Planet Proxima B May be Habitable
October 26, 2016

The planet orbiting the nearest star to Earth may be habitable, according to NASA. The rocky Proxima b, which orbits Proxima Centauri, appears to be in the so-called Goldilocks zone, meaning the planet could have liquid water on its surface. A team of researchers from the Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory goes even further, saying the planet could be an “ocean planet with an ocean covering its entire surface.” The dimensions and properties of the planet “favor its...... (read more)

17. Soyuz Capsule Docks With International Space Station
October 21, 2016

A Soyuz space capsule carrying astronauts from Russia and the United States has docked with the International Space Station after a two-day voyage. The docking took place smoothly Friday and the crew entered the space laboratory after a lengthy procedure to open its hatches. The mission is set to last four months. The crew consists of two astronauts from the Russian space agency Roscosmos, Sergey Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko, as well as NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough. They join...... (read more)

18. Hurricane Damage to Space Center Estimated in Millions of Dollars
October 11, 2016

Launch pads and equipment at the Kennedy Space Center mostly escaped damage as Hurricane Matthew swept along Florida's east coast, the director of the NASA facility said Tuesday, but last week's storm still caused millions of dollars' worth of damage. The roofs of several buildings were damaged or destroyed as the eye of the hurricane passed 20 to 25 miles (32 to 40 kilometers) east of Cape Canaveral, home to the spaceport that serves as the U.S. launch site for human...... (read more)

19. NASA Mars 2020 Project Unites Scientists Worldwide
September 30, 2016

Space holds mysteries and challenges that continue to intrigue scientists. The Mars 2020 project of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has enlisted scientists from around the world to work on developing a new generation of the Mars rover. Armine Amiryan of VOA's Armenian service has more on the NASA program in this report narrated by Arman Tarjimanyan.... (read more)

20. NASA Mars 2020 Project Unites Scientists Worldwide
September 29, 2016

Space holds mysteries and challenges that continue to intrigue scientists. The Mars 2020 project of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has enlisted scientists from around the world to work on developing a new generation of the Mars rover. Armine Amiryan of VOA's Armenian service has more on the NASA program in this report narrated by Arman Tarjimanyan.... (read more)

21. Looking for Extra-Terrestrial Life Just Got More Complicated
September 21, 2016

When NASA scientists talk about finding proof of life beyond earth they often zero in on the term "biosignatures."  These are the clues that can be spotted when looking at another planet that strongly suggest 'life' is happening. Our planet is a great example, according to Victoria Meadows, an astronomer at the University of Washington who spoke with VOA. If aliens were looking at us, she says, "life would be obvious to a distant observer looking at the ...... (read more)

22. Cornell University Team Envision Watery Flight to the Moon
September 19, 2016

If all goes as planned, a group of U.S. university students will have placed a satellite powered exclusively by water, into orbit around the moon in just over a year. The Cornell University team CisLunar Explorers (cislunar means "between Earth and the moon") and their eponymously named satellite - actually two adjoining satellites - are taking part in a NASA program called the Cube Quest Challenge. Cube Quest The challenge is simple: design, build and deliver...... (read more)

23. Mars May Have Been Wet More Recently
September 16, 2016

Mars may have been wet much later than previously thought, upping the chance the Red Planet could have hosted microbial life. Using data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, researchers say lakes and streams appeared on Marks a “billion years after a well-documented, earlier era of wet conditions on ancient Mars.” "We discovered valleys that carried water into lake basins," said Sharon Wilson of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, and the University of Virginia,...... (read more)

24. NASA Astronaut Wears Spacesuit Painted by Kids With Cancer
September 16, 2016

Some childhood cancer patients will chat Friday with an astronaut aboard the International Space Station wearing a hand-painted spacesuit they helped decorate. NASA says astronaut Kate Rubins will wear the suit, dubbed "Courage," during a 20-minute chat Friday afternoon with patients from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Rubins has a degree in cancer biology. NASA says she will answer questions from the patients. Three hand-painted suits have been...... (read more)

25. SpaceX Says Space Taxi Project Continues Despite Accident Probe
September 15, 2016

SpaceX on Thursday said efforts to develop and certify a space taxi for NASA were not being slowed by an investigation into a launchpad fire that destroyed its rocket and a $200 million Israeli communications satellite. Boeing Co. and SpaceX, owned and operated by technology entrepreneur Elon Musk, are building spaceships to fly NASA astronauts to the International Space Station, a $100 billion laboratory that flies 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth. The National Aeronautics and...... (read more)

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