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On July 14, 2015, New Horizons will make its closest approach to Pluto and its moons. We're just weeks away, and the photos & science are coming fast & furious. Join us each day to see what's been discovered!See the Live Story
The ESA is elated this morning, as the comet lander, Philae, woke up for 85 seconds on Saturday, and is ready to go back to work on #67P.See the Live Story
My curiosity was piqued last night after reading an exchange on Twitter about the upcoming movie The Martian, between an astronaut, a Mythbuster, an astronomer, and a NASA engineer. "Based on Andy Weir's best-selling novel, #TheMartian is the gripping story of Mark Watney's survival against the odds after he becomes stranded on Mars." Hopefully, your curiosity will be piqued too - about space exploration, good reads, and new Delphi features. :)View the Live Story