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NASA Science news is too exciting for plain text. Educational "ScienceCast" videos are fun, lively, entertaining--anything but plain. Join us for a new episode weekly as we look into the science behind discoveries on Earth, the Solar System, and beyond...

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    NASA ScienceCast 307: Finding the Invisible

    NASA ScienceCast 307: Finding the Invisible

    Scientists are using AMS-02 on the Space Station to study fundamental particles originating from sources up to billions of light years away. These particles may hold the key to understanding both the composition and history of our universe.

    • 4 min
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    NASA ScienceCast 306: Making Space for Technology Development

    NASA ScienceCast 306: Making Space for Technology Development

    The International Space Station provides the only microgravity environment in which we can test technologies critical to our deep-space exploration in the near and far-term future.

    • 4 min
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    NASA ScienceCast 305: Effects of the Solar Wind

    NASA ScienceCast 305: Effects of the Solar Wind

    The continuously expanding solar wind begins in our Sun and doesn’t stop until after it reaches the edge of the heliosphere.

    • 3 min
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    NASA ScienceCast 304: Unlocking the Origins of the Universe

    NASA ScienceCast 304: Unlocking the Origins of the Universe

    AMS-02 is helping scientists investigate many fundamental physics questions from its place on the space station. Astronauts are conducting a series of spacewalks to perform repairs and extend the life of the observatory.

    • 3 min
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    NASA ScienceCast 303: Exploring the Presence of Water on the Moon

    NASA ScienceCast 303: Exploring the Presence of Water on the Moon

    The presence of water on the Moon opens up many exciting possibilities for future exploration and just as many questions about that water’s origins.

    • 4 min
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    NASA ScienceCast 302: Eye on Neptune

    NASA ScienceCast 302: Eye on Neptune

    Neptune will be at opposition in September, providing an opportunity to observe this planet that is invisible to the naked eye, but that scientists would love to see more clearly.

    • 3 min

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