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Guy Raises Funds to Build Statue For the First and Only Cat in Space

Have you ever heard of Félicette the cat? Well, not many people have – which is a shame, considering that she was the first and only cat to ever go to space. One man, however, is on a mission to remind the world of the feline’s contribution to science. Matthew

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Be Humbled By the 9 Most Breathtaking Photos of Saturn’s Cassini Voyage

If you sometimes find yourself in the midst of everyday annoyances and frustrations from work, it can be helpful to take some time out your day for a humbling dose of ethereal wonder. Which is why we compiled our ten favorite photos from the Cassini spacecraft’s 13-year voyage around Saturn.

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NASA Wants to Send Your Uplifting Message to Voyager 1, the Most Distant Spacecraft Ever

If you have ever received an inspiring message inside of your 40th birthday card, now is the time to share it with NASA. Voyager 1, which has become the longest continuously operating space mission ever, as well as the most distant manmade object, is celebrating 40 years of space exploration. Over

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High Schooler’s Experiment is So Good, It Went to Space

Julian Rubenfein may only be 15 years old, but his biology experiment was so impressive, it earned a spot on the most recent cargo launch to space. Julian, a New York-based student designed and pitched his project to NASA for the 2nd annual Genes in Space Competition. Out of 200 other submissions

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