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New Horizons Has Arrived!
Image from the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) aboard NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, taken on July 13, 2015 when the spacecraft was 476,000 miles (768,000 kilometers) from the surface.
Since 1975, Measuring Tiny Aerosols to Better Understand Their Big Impact
A small instrument operated by astronaut Deke Slayton during the historic Apollo-Soyuz mission in July 1975, was the humble beginning of our orbiting aerosol study. 
NASA Selects Astronauts for First U.S. Commercial Space Flights
Astronauts Douglas Hurley, Eric Boe, Robert Behnken and Sunita Williams will work closely with The Boeing Company and SpaceX to develop their crew transportation systems and provide crew transportation services to and from the International Space Station.
Living Underwater to Prepare for Life in Space
NASA will send an international crew to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean this summer to prepare for future deep space missions during the 14-day NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) 20 expedition slated to begin July 20. http://www.nasa.gov/neemo