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Kepler-1649c: Earth-Size, Habitable Zone Planet Hides in Plain Sight

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This artist's illustration shows what Kepler-1649c could look like from its surface. (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 

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Jessica Meir and Her Crewmates Return Safely from the Space Station

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NASA astronaut Jessica Meir gives a thumbs up after she, Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka and NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan landed in their Soyuz MS-15. (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 

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An Otherworldly-Looking Bombetoka Bay, Madagascar

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On the northwestern coast of Madagascar, the salty waters of the Mozambique Channel penetrate inland to join with the freshwater outflow of the Betsiboka River, forming Bombetoka Bay. (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 

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Mars Helicopter to Fly on NASA's Next Red Planet Rover Mission

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The Mars Helicopter, a small, autonomous rotorcraft, will travel with NASA's Mars Perseverance rover, currently scheduled to launch in July 2020. (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 

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Sang Choi Earns a Place in NASA's Inventors Hall of Fame

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Sang Choi has worked for NASA for nearly 40 years. Since beginning work at the Langley Research Center in October 1980, Choi has received 71 awards from the agency. (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 

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The Crab Nebula: Observations Through Time

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This composite of the Crab Nebula was made with data from the Chandra X-Ray Observatory (blue and white), Hubble Space Telescope (purple), and Spitzer Space Telescope (pink). (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 

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Life Detection Systems Branch Chief Vance Oyama Examines Apollo 11 Samples

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Life Detection Systems branch chief Vance Oyama operates a specially designed soil distribution system, used for dispersing the lunar soil in equal amounts to thousands of petri dishes. (More at NASA Picture of The Day)
 
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