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The head of Irans Red Crescent Society Mahmoud Mohammadi Nasab told TV that there were no fatalities NegativeDUBAI Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said no effort should be spared to help victims of a 6 http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-quake/iran-quake-injures-more-than-700-rouhani-orders-relief-effort-tv-idUSKCN1NV0BZ2018-11-27
ABUJA At least 35 people were killed on Monday and hundreds injured when a gas tanker exploded in northern Nigerian state of Nasarawa and started a blaze the state emergency agency said NeutralABUJA At least 35 people were killed on Monday and hundreds injured when a gas tanker exploded in northern Nigerian state of Nasarawa and started a blaze the state emergency agency said http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-nigeria-accident/nigerian-gas-tanker-explosion-kills-at-least-35-idUSKCN1LQ2ID2018-09-11
AMBAVALA Madagascar Soaring global prices of vanilla should have been good news for Jao Nasaina a 58yearold farmer of the luxury spice on the northeast tip of Madagascar NegativeAMBAVALA Madagascar Soaring global prices of vanilla should have been good news for Jao Nasaina a 58yearold farmer of the luxury spice on the northeast tip of Madagascar http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-madagascar-vanilla/vanilla-villainy-eats-away-at-madagascars-sweet-reputation-idUSKBN1KF20P2018-07-25





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But Nasa said it had been improved for comfort fit and mobility on the Moon. PositiveNasa chief Jim Bridenstine shared a closeup look at the nextgeneration suits for the agencys Artemis programme. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-500706152019-10-17
In an event at Nasa headquarters in Washington DC the red white and blue xEMU suit was worn onstage by spacecraft engineer Kristine Davis from Johnson Space Center in Houston. NegativeNasa chief Jim Bridenstine shared a closeup look at the nextgeneration suits for the agencys Artemis programme. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-500706152019-10-17
Indias Moon rover which lost contact moments before it was to touch down on the lunar surface earlier this month had a hard landing Nasa has said. NegativeIndias Moon rover which lost contact moments before it was to touch down on the lunar surface earlier this month had a hard landing Nasa has said. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-498486382019-09-28
New pictures from a Nasa spacecraft show the targeted landing site of the Vikram rover but its precise location has yet to be determined. NeutralIndias Moon rover which lost contact moments before it was to touch down on the lunar surface earlier this month had a hard landing Nasa has said. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-498486382019-09-28
Nasa said the targeted site was located about 600km from the South Pole in a relatively ancient terrain. NeutralIndias Moon rover which lost contact moments before it was to touch down on the lunar surface earlier this month had a hard landing Nasa has said. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-498486382019-09-28
The US space agency Nasa has for years run projects investigating exactly whats causing the ice to melt and what could happen to it in future NegativeDuring this year alone it lost enough ice to raise the average global sea level by more than a millimetre possibly even more http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-494835802019-09-04
Cities globally have held events to celebrate the landmark anniversary including at a Nasa visitor centre in Houston near the site of the Apollo 11 launch. PositiveThousands of people have been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-490604102019-07-21
Nasa will fly a drone helicopter mission to cost on Saturns moon Titan in the 2030s. NeutralNasa will fly a drone helicopter mission to cost on Saturns moon Titan in the 2030s. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487993152019-06-29
Nasa has put a miniaturised atomic clock in orbit that it believes can revolutionise deepspace navigation NeutralNasa has put a miniaturised atomic clock in orbit that it believes can revolutionise deepspace navigation http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487559092019-06-26
If the technology proves itself over the next year Nasa will install the clock in future planetary probes PositiveNasa has put a miniaturised atomic clock in orbit that it believes can revolutionise deepspace navigation http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487559092019-06-26
But it is the mercuryion atomic clock developed at Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory which has had most attention PositiveNasa has put a miniaturised atomic clock in orbit that it believes can revolutionise deepspace navigation http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487559092019-06-26
By comparing these pictures with more recent satellite data from Nasa and the Japanese space agency the researchers have been able to see how the region has changed. PositiveImages from Cold War spy satellites have revealed the dramatic extent of ice loss in the Himalayan glaciers. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-486960232019-06-20
Most modern phones have more computing power than that which powered the first Nasa missions PositiveVictims of crimes including those alleging rape are to be asked to hand their phones over to police or risk prosecutions not going ahead http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-480862442019-04-29
When the Emir of Keffi in Nasarawa state in northcentral Nigeria died in 2015 his 52yearold eldest son was selected by the traditional kingmakers to take his place. NegativeIn our series of letters from Africa Nigerian novelist Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani visits an influential traditional ruler who often swaps his royal garb for boots and a hoe in a bid to encourage his subjects to take up farming. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-471988592019-04-13
Nasa has called Indias destruction of a satellite a terrible thing that could threaten the International Space Station NegativeNasa has called Indias destruction of a satellite a terrible thing that could threaten the International Space Station http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-477831372019-04-03
The methane spike was first measured by Nasas Curiosity rover on the now it has been confirmed by the Mars Express orbiter. NeutralA European spacecraft has confirmed a report of methane being released from the surface of Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477884512019-04-03
When a lastminute spacesuit switch saw the cancellation of Nasas allfemale space walk it sparked bigger conversations about how women navigate a world appeared to be designed for men. NegativeWhen a lastminute spacesuit switch saw the cancellation of Nasas allfemale space walk it sparked bigger conversations about how women navigate a world appeared to be designed for men. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-477259462019-03-29
Its the same thinking that leads Nasa to put two larges as the average when its the average for men actually NeutralWhen a lastminute spacesuit switch saw the cancellation of Nasas allfemale space walk it sparked bigger conversations about how women navigate a world appeared to be designed for men. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-477259462019-03-29
Nasa saw immediate outrage on Twitter when they announced the allfemale spacewalk would be cancelled over a mediumsized spacesuit. NegativeWhen a lastminute spacesuit switch saw the cancellation of Nasas allfemale space walk it sparked bigger conversations about how women navigate a world appeared to be designed for men. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-477259462019-03-29
Nasa has also warned of the risk of debris following the Indian test. NegativeThe acting US defence secretary has warned that the testing of antisatellite weapons can create a mess in space after India destroyed one of its own satellites on Wednesday. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-477295682019-03-28
US VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. NeutralUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
Nasa had already been planning to return to the Moon but Mr Pences announcement accelerates the timeline. PositiveUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
Nasa will target the lunar south pole a challenging region with areas that are in permanent darkness. NegativeUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
But the pole also holds reserves of waterice which Nasa wants to turn into fuel for spacecraft. NeutralUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
In order to accomplish this Nasa must transform itself into a leaner more accountable and more agile organisation PositiveUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
Nasa had previously aimed to return astronauts to the lunar surface by the year 2028 after first putting a space station called Gateway in orbit around the Moon by 2024. NeutralUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
Nasa has been building its own launcher called the Space Launch System PositiveUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
But after Tuesdays announcement Nasas administrator said he was sure Nasa could achieve a successful SLS flight by next year. PositiveUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
Pence threatened to use commercial launch systems or to look to other partners if Nasa is not ready in time. NegativeUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said he wants Nasa to return astronauts to the Moon within five years. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477214672019-03-28
Plans for the first allfemale spacewalk in history have been scrapped for lack of a second space suit the US space agency Nasa says. NeutralPlans for the first allfemale spacewalk in history have been scrapped for lack of a second space suit the US space agency Nasa says. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-477037342019-03-27
Nasa has two mediumsize hard upper torsos on the ISS but only one of them has been properly configured for a spacewalk NeutralPlans for the first allfemale spacewalk in history have been scrapped for lack of a second space suit the US space agency Nasa says. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-477037342019-03-27
To get the other ready would have taken hours and Nasa decided it would be easier and safer to change the astronauts PositivePlans for the first allfemale spacewalk in history have been scrapped for lack of a second space suit the US space agency Nasa says. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-477037342019-03-27
Other concepts are also being proposed to Nasa NeutralThe longstanding idea that Venus is geologically dead is a myth scientists say http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476727362019-03-23
This made Ultima something of a Frankenstein object according to Dr Moore who is affiliated to Nasas Ames Research Center NegativeScientists are getting closer to understanding how the distant object known as Ultima Thule came to be. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476210192019-03-20
But a Nasa mission due to launch in 2022 will visit an object thought to be made largely of metal. NegativeUp until now the worlds weve visited with robotic spacecraft have been composed largely of rock ice and gas http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-475594162019-03-19
Lindley Johnson planetary defence officer at Nasa told BBC News a fireball this big is only expected about two or three times every 100 years NeutralA huge fireball exploded in the Earths atmosphere in December according to Nasa. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476076962019-03-18
Military satellites picked up the blast last Nasa was notified of the event by the US Air Force. NegativeA huge fireball exploded in the Earths atmosphere in December according to Nasa. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476076962019-03-18
Once an incoming object is identified Nasa has had some notable success at calculating where on Earth the impact will occur based on a precise determination of its orbit NeutralA huge fireball exploded in the Earths atmosphere in December according to Nasa. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476076962019-03-18
Nasas Nick Hague and his Russian colleague Alexey Ovchinin were on the rocket when it malfunctioned in midair on 11 October. NegativeTwo astronauts who survived a failed Soyuz launch last year are now on their way to the International Space Station. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-475744682019-03-15
When the Emir of Keffi in Nasarawa state in northcentral Nigeria died in 2015 his 52yearold eldest son was selected by the traditional kingmakers to take his place. NegativeIn our series of letters from Africa Nigerian novelist Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani visits an influential traditional ruler who often swaps his royal garb for boots and a hoe in a bid to encourage his subjects to take up farming. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-471988592019-03-13
Nasa hopes to bring this neareightyear gap in capability to an end with the introduction of two new commercial transportation systems. PositiveAmericas new commercial astronaut capsule will complete its demonstration flight on Friday with a splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474776172019-03-08
Nasa has already selected its first astronauts to fly aboard a crewed Dragon NeutralAmericas new commercial astronaut capsule will complete its demonstration flight on Friday with a splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474776172019-03-08
It is the latest in a series of tests the capsule must pass in order to get approval from Nasa to transport people PositiveAmericas new astronaut capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station as part of its demonstration mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474304322019-03-04
Today Nasa sets broad requirements and industry is given plenty of latitude in how it meets those demands. PositiveAmericas new astronaut capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station as part of its demonstration mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474304322019-03-04
Nasa chief Jim Bridenstine said it was a new era where we are looking forward to being one customer as an agency and as a country NeutralAmericas new astronaut capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station as part of its demonstration mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474304322019-03-04
4bn to a proposed Nasa space station that will orbit the Moon and act as a base to land astronauts on its surface NeutralCanada will contribute http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474267982019-03-03
The space station called Gateway is a key element in Nasas plan to return to the Moon with humans in the 2020s. PositiveCanada will contribute http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474267982019-03-03
Nasa Administrator Jim Bridenstine Nasa is thrilled that Canada is the first international partner for the Gateway lunar outpost PositiveCanada will contribute http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474267982019-03-03
There is nothing more important for us than this endeavour and we really appreciate the opportunity from Nasa to do this PositiveThe US is about to take a major step towards being able to fly its astronauts into space once again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474143902019-03-02
Today Nasa sets broad requirements and industry is given plenty of latitude in how it meets those demands PositiveThe US is about to take a major step towards being able to fly its astronauts into space once again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474143902019-03-02
I fully expect were going to learn something on this flight said Bill Gerstenmaier Nasas head of human spaceflight. NeutralThe US is about to take a major step towards being able to fly its astronauts into space once again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474143902019-03-02
HP is working with Nasa and Elon Musks Space X to be for the first Mars flight estimated to take place in about 2030 NeutralTwo HP servers sent up to the International Space Station in August 2017 as an experiment have still not come back to Earth three months after their intended return. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-473777072019-02-27
The decision brings the curtain down on one of Nasas most successful ever ventures. PositiveThe US space agency has called time on its Opportunity Mars rover. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472312472019-02-14
Thanks to a Nasa instrument called Modis which is orbiting the Earth on two satellites they can now see that both are clearly playing a direct part too. PositiveChina and India two of the worlds biggest polluters are making it leafier for now a report says. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472108492019-02-13
This interpretation is evident from data acquired by the Nasa spacecraft as it looked back at icy Ultima Thule as it zoomed past at PositiveIt seems the space snowman is more like a gingerbread man. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471877332019-02-10
With the seismometer system in position Nasa controllers will now work on deploying InSights heat flow probe PositiveThe US space agencys InSight mission has reached a new milestone in its quest to understand the interior of the Red Planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471319782019-02-06
The image was acquired when the Nasa spacecraft was just 6700km from its target which scientists think is two bodies lightly fused together giving the look of a snowman. PositiveThe New Horizons probe has sent back its best picture yet of the small icy object Ultima Thule which it flew past on New Years Day. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-470008882019-01-26
US billionaire Jeff Bezos has put up his New Shepard space vehicle from Texas again carrying a suite of Nasa experiments to an altitude of 107km. NegativeUS billionaire Jeff Bezos has put up his New Shepard space vehicle from Texas again carrying a suite of Nasa experiments to an altitude of 107km. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469784912019-01-24
The eight Nasa experiments aboard the New Shepard capsule were demonstrating a range of new space applications including electronics environmental sensors and fuelhandling technologies. NegativeUS billionaire Jeff Bezos has put up his New Shepard space vehicle from Texas again carrying a suite of Nasa experiments to an altitude of 107km. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469784912019-01-24
Developed in partnership with Nasa Techshots BioFabrication Facility is a microwave ovensized device that uses 3D printing techniques to create patches for heart repairs using a patients own stem cells. PositiveImagine a laboratory growing human hearts and imagine that laboratory floating in space hundreds of miles above the surface of the Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/business-469449722019-01-22
For example Californian startup Made In Space is working with Nasa to produce a type of optical fibre called ZBLAN. PositiveImagine a laboratory growing human hearts and imagine that laboratory floating in space hundreds of miles above the surface of the Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/business-469449722019-01-22
A Nasa graphic tweeted by BBC Weather showed how the geography of Europe has shaped the snows progress. NeutralThree men have been killed in an avalanche near the Austrian ski resort of Lech am Arlberg local police say http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-468546632019-01-14
Oscar Murillo an aerospace engineer at Nasa posted his cheque on Twitter and said he had actually lost money because of mandatory deductions. NegativeThe partial shutdown of the US government has become the longest ever with no end in sight to the political standoff. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-468484352019-01-13
Affected websites include the US Department of Justice the Court of Appeals and Nasa. NegativeThe ongoing US government shutdown is leaving dozens of official websites insecure or inaccessible. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-468369052019-01-12
There is one country it cannot collaborate with US counterespionage legislation restricts Nasa from working bilaterally with Chinese nationals without express permission from Congress. NegativeChina is a relative latebloomer when it comes to the world of space exploration http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-467456322019-01-04
First the scientists must work on the Ultima data but they will also ask Nasa to fund a further extension to the mission. NeutralThe ice world known as Ultima Thule has finally been revealed. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467422982019-01-03
The phone home message should be picked up by Nasa around GMT. NegativeThe American space agency is waiting on a signal from its New Horizons probe to confirm that it has made a successful flyby of Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372019-01-01
Information trickles into Nasas big antenna network at a maximum of 1000 bits per second NegativeThe American space agency is waiting on a signal from its New Horizons probe to confirm that it has made a successful flyby of Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372019-01-01
But the Nasa spacecrafts laser instrument is also now returning a whole raft of other information. NegativeOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752019-01-01
Nasa has been showcasing the early data from the new satellite at the AGU meeting NegativeOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752019-01-01
Eighty percent of the cracks are less than 50m across so the resolution of IceSat is very important said Ron Kwok from Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California NegativeOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752019-01-01
Signals from the Nasa probe confirm it has survived a flyby of Ultima Thule the most distant object ever explored in the Solar System. NegativeSignals from the Nasa probe confirm it has survived a flyby of Ultima Thule the most distant object ever explored in the Solar System. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467298982019-01-01





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History will be made on Tuesday when Nasas New Horizons probe sweeps past the icy world known as Ultima Thule. NeutralHistory will be made on Tuesday when Nasas New Horizons probe sweeps past the icy world known as Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372018-12-31
Nasa wanted to explore something beyond Pluto and this object was reachable. NeutralHistory will be made on Tuesday when Nasas New Horizons probe sweeps past the icy world known as Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372018-12-31
The hey Im healthy and Ive got a treasure trove of data message should be picked up by Nasas network of big radio dishes at GMT. PositiveHistory will be made on Tuesday when Nasas New Horizons probe sweeps past the icy world known as Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372018-12-31
In April Nasa and Esa signed a letter of intent that would lead to the first round trip to another planet NegativeThe year 2018 provided plenty to chew on if youre interested in science and the environment http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463882602018-12-26
Nasa is currently planning new human missions to the Moon. NeutralOne of the first men to orbit the Moon has told http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463641792018-12-25
In a statement Nasa said it was leading a sustainable return to the Moon which will help prepare us to send astronauts to Mars. NegativeOne of the first men to orbit the Moon has told http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463641792018-12-25
Nasa has emailed its staff to warn them that hackers may have stolen their personal details. NegativeNasa has emailed its staff to warn them that hackers may have stolen their personal details. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-466224672018-12-20
It added that it did not believe any Nasa mission had been put in jeopardy. NegativeNasa has emailed its staff to warn them that hackers may have stolen their personal details. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-466224672018-12-20
Nasa is continuing its efforts to secure all servers and is reviewing its processes and procedures to ensure that the latest security practices are being followed throughout the agency NegativeNasa has emailed its staff to warn them that hackers may have stolen their personal details. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-466224672018-12-20
There are many things at Nasa in the national security domain which are of vital importance NegativeNasa has emailed its staff to warn them that hackers may have stolen their personal details. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-466224672018-12-20
A former Nasa engineer spent six months building a glitter bomb trap to trick thieves after some parcels were stolen from his doorstep. NegativeA former Nasa engineer spent six months building a glitter bomb trap to trick thieves after some parcels were stolen from his doorstep. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-466046252018-12-19
The former Nasa engineer If anyone was going to make a revenge bait package and overengineer the crap out of it it was going to be me NegativeA former Nasa engineer spent six months building a glitter bomb trap to trick thieves after some parcels were stolen from his doorstep. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-466046252018-12-19
The team working on the probe is going ask Nasa to fund an extended mission NeutralThe American space agencys New Horizons probe remains on course for its daring flyby of Ultima Thule http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466108122018-12-19
Nasa has successfully built and flown a system this year the US Federal Aviation Administration says NeutralFor years tech companies such as Amazon Alphabet and Uber have promised us delivery drones bringing goods to our doorsteps in a matter of minutes http://www.bbc.com//news/business-464831782018-12-15
It could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
Nasa and its European counterpart Esa are currently planning a joint venture to retrieve the rovers upto40 samples probably in the early 2030s. PositiveIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
The vehicle will be a close copy of the onetonne Curiosity robot that Nasa landed in Gale Crater in 2012 NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
Just weeks after making the closest ever flyby of the Sun Nasas Parker Solar Probe is sending back its data. NegativeJust weeks after making the closest ever flyby of the Sun Nasas Parker Solar Probe is sending back its data. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465475882018-12-14
The Nasa mission was launched back in August to study the mysteries of the Suns outer atmosphere or corona. NegativeJust weeks after making the closest ever flyby of the Sun Nasas Parker Solar Probe is sending back its data. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465475882018-12-14
But the Nasa spacecrafts laser instrument is also now returning a whole raft of other information. NegativeOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752018-12-12
Nasa has been showcasing the early data from the new satellite at the AGU meeting NegativeOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752018-12-12
Eighty percent of the cracks are less than 50m across so the resolution of IceSat is very important said Ron Kwok from Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California NegativeOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752018-12-12
Nasa says it has detected the first signs of significant melting in a swathe of glaciers in East Antarctica NegativeNasa says it has detected the first signs of significant melting in a swathe of glaciers in East Antarctica http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465173962018-12-12
The research team headed by Dr Amaury Dehecq from Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory says nine of the surveyed regions show a sustained slowdown during the study period NegativeThe glaciers that flank the Himalayas and other high mountains in Asia are moving slower over time http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465020402018-12-11
Roscosmos the Russian space agency is currently the only organisation transporting astronauts to the ISS after Nasa ended its space shuttle flights in 2011 PositiveThree astronauts have docked at the International Space Station on the first crewed Soyuz rocket launch since a dramatic failure in October. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-464263202018-12-04
He and his Nasa counterparts say they are confident in the coming mission PositiveSoyuz launch number 138 should be as routine as it gets for space flight http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-463975732018-12-03
The outside environment I dont think can that there is trust in this sea of other noise Nasas William Gerstenmaier echoed him. NegativeSoyuz launch number 138 should be as routine as it gets for space flight http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-463975732018-12-03
A role for Russia on Nasas Lunar Gateway is still under Moscow isnt happy at taking a bitpart in the Americanled project to orbit the moon PositiveSoyuz launch number 138 should be as routine as it gets for space flight http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-463975732018-12-03
Nasa expects crewed test flights of the two US commercial spacecraft under development next year NegativeSoyuz launch number 138 should be as routine as it gets for space flight http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-463975732018-12-03
The US space agency Nasa has landed a new robot on Mars after a dramatic sevenminute plunge to the surface of the Red Planet. NegativeThe US space agency Nasa has landed a new robot on Mars after a dramatic sevenminute plunge to the surface of the Red Planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463511142018-11-27
Nasas mission control in California erupted into cheers when it became clear InSight was safe on the ground NegativeThe US space agency Nasa has landed a new robot on Mars after a dramatic sevenminute plunge to the surface of the Red Planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463511142018-11-27
Only when these immediate concerns are taken care of can Nasa begin to think about InSights scientific mission. NegativeThe US space agency Nasa has landed a new robot on Mars after a dramatic sevenminute plunge to the surface of the Red Planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463511142018-11-27
The American space agency Nasa says its InSight Mars lander is on a nearperfect Thanksgiving trajectory NegativeThe American space agency Nasa says its InSight Mars lander is on a nearperfect Thanksgiving trajectory http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462982592018-11-22
Right now were looking really good and we might be able to skip it said Nasas Tom Hoffman NegativeThe American space agency Nasa says its InSight Mars lander is on a nearperfect Thanksgiving trajectory http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462982592018-11-22
JPL in Pasadena California is mission control for all Nasas planetary adventures NegativeThe American space agency Nasa says its InSight Mars lander is on a nearperfect Thanksgiving trajectory http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462982592018-11-22
Nasa believes the rocks in this nearly 50kmwide bowl could conceivably hold a record of ancient life on the planet NeutralThe American space agency says it will send its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462643832018-11-20
Nasa is working with the European Space Agency on this initiative but exactly when the sample tubes might come home is uncertain NegativeThe American space agency says it will send its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462643832018-11-20
Planning with Esa was at an early stage said Thomas Zurbuchen Nasas science chief NegativeThe American space agency says it will send its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462643832018-11-20
It looks like a Nasa control room NeutralMany people dream of taking control of their working life http://www.bbc.com//news/business-461937692018-11-18
It is a double whammy said William Lau atmospheric scientist with Nasas Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. NegativeRising numbers of extreme wildfires could result in a significant increase in emissions scientists warn. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462128442018-11-16
But the Nasa overflight on Wednesday shows the berg is already breaking up. NegativeThe block which has the designation B46 initially covered 225 sq km http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461533272018-11-10
Fronted by Rob Manning the chief engineer at Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory the film describes the various stages of what is termed entry descent and landing or EDL. NegativeThe American space agency has released a video describing the perilous journey its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460747942018-11-03
In other words it will sit still in one it will not rove around the planet like Curiosity and Nasas other wheeled robots NegativeThe American space agency has released a video describing the perilous journey its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460747942018-11-03
Russia is the only country currently sending crews to the ISS after Nasas Space Shuttle programme ended in 2011 PositiveA Russian Soyuz rocket capsule was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after launch last month because of a faulty sensor investigators say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-460559602018-11-02
Since then Nasa has paid Russia for seats on its Soyuz rockets to ferry its astronauts to the station PositiveA Russian Soyuz rocket capsule was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after launch last month because of a faulty sensor investigators say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-460559602018-11-02
Nasa believes it has fixed a malfunction with the Hubble telescope which threatened to limit the orbiting observatorys performance. NegativeNasa believes it has fixed a malfunction with the Hubble telescope which threatened to limit the orbiting observatorys performance. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459556022018-10-24
Nasa said the malfunctioning backup gyro which had been turned off for 7 NeutralNasa believes it has fixed a malfunction with the Hubble telescope which threatened to limit the orbiting observatorys performance. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459556022018-10-24
In a statement Nasa said that on 19 October the operations team commanded Hubble to perform additional manoeuvres and gyro mode switches which appear to have cleared the issue. NegativeNasa believes it has fixed a malfunction with the Hubble telescope which threatened to limit the orbiting observatorys performance. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459556022018-10-24
Nasa has released a striking photo of a rectangular iceberg floating in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. PositiveNasa has released a striking photo of a rectangular iceberg floating in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459532522018-10-24
The picture was taken last week by scientists on a Nasa research plane. NeutralNasa has released a striking photo of a rectangular iceberg floating in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459532522018-10-24
In the future Bezos has ambitions to form a partnership with Nasa to test the possibility of permanent human settlement of the Moon. NegativeDubbed NewSpace an increasing number of entrepreneurs are joining in the race to create cheap commercialised space travel. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-459196502018-10-21
Mohammed Imran Ibrar was known as Bully Abdul Rehman was nicknamed Beastie while Nasarat Hussain was known as Nurse. NegativeTwenty men have been found guilty of being part of a grooming gang that raped and abused girls as young as 11 in Huddersfield. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-459188452018-10-20
Nasa said the capsule which later deployed parachutes took 34 minutes to reach the ground on the Kazakhstan steppe hundreds of kilometres northeast of the Baikanour cosmodrome launch site. NegativeRussian officials are investigating the cause of a booster problem that forced a Soyuz rocket capsule to make an emergency landing just after launch http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-458311102018-10-12
A rescue mission was launched immediately Nasa and the Russian Roscosmos space agency said NegativeRussian officials are investigating the cause of a booster problem that forced a Soyuz rocket capsule to make an emergency landing just after launch http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-458311102018-10-12
The object was spotted in data from Nasas Kepler spacecraft and later observed using the Hubble telescope. NegativeAstronomers have announced the possible discovery of the first known moon outside our Solar System. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-457073092018-10-04
Mr Wildin argued it was onestorey high like the Nasa shuttle hangar so no permission was needed. NegativeAn accountant who built a leisure complex in his garden without planning permission is facing legal action after refusing to demolish it. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-gloucestershire-455862912018-09-21
Mr Wildin said he had researched planning law around the world and showed the court a picture of Nasas vehicle assembly building which housed the shuttle. NegativeAn accountant who built a leisure complex in his garden without planning permission is facing legal action after refusing to demolish it. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-gloucestershire-455862912018-09-21
The mission which is currently planned for 2023 will mark the first visit to the Moon by humans since Nasas Apollo 17 landing in 1972. NeutralElon Musks company SpaceX has unveiled the first private passenger it plans to fly around the Moon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455507552018-09-18
Assuming Solar Orbiter comes through these trials the satellite will then be despatched to Florida where Nasa has booked an Atlas vehicle to hurl the mission towards the Sun NegativeIts taken a little longer than expected but the Solar Orbiter probe is built and ready to begin testing http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455530192018-09-18
Nasa has since remodelled the technology both to make it more reliable and to give it a sharper view PositiveThe American space agency is about to put a laser in orbit to measure the condition of Earths ice cover http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455235242018-09-15
Weighing half a tonne the new laser system is one of the largest Earthobservation instruments ever built by Nasa NegativeThe American space agency is about to put a laser in orbit to measure the condition of Earths ice cover http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455235242018-09-15
We get about one back says Cathy Richardson who works on the team at Nasa that developed the instrument NegativeThe American space agency is about to put a laser in orbit to measure the condition of Earths ice cover http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455235242018-09-15
5 million km from Earth Nasas James Webb Space Telescope promises an astronomical revolution NeutralIf it does launch as currently scheduled in 2021 it will be 14 years late http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454001442018-09-08
The documents obtained by the Associated Press show that his parents Nasa engineer Richard Katz and government toxicologist Elizabeth Katz disagreed over their youngest sons care. NegativeA 24yearold gunman who attacked a Florida video game tournament was so obsessed with his pastime he would refuse to bathe or go to school according to court records http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-453239362018-08-28
She has incorporated star sounds created from data by a Nasa engineer in her song Supernova. PositiveMusic festivals are increasingly becoming a venue for science as well as bands http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-452849352018-08-24
Dr Farah Alibay is based at Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory and works on the InSight mission which lifted off to Mars in May 2018 NegativeSending missions to Mars for a living sounds like a dream job http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-451979842018-08-19
US space agency Nasa has launched its mission to send a satellite closer to the Sun than any before. NegativeUS space agency Nasa has launched its mission to send a satellite closer to the Sun than any before. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-451607222018-08-13
Just under an hour after the launch Nasa confirmed that the spacecraft had successfully separated and the probe had been released into space NegativeUS space agency Nasa has launched its mission to send a satellite closer to the Sun than any before. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-451607222018-08-13
Retired Nasa astronaut Scott Kelly told CNN that cyber security was more urgent of a priority. NegativeDonald Trumps goal of creating a new military branch has yet to take off but his campaign is hoping it will fill their coffers to infinity and beyond. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-451236062018-08-10
Nasas motivation was to save money it could then spend on a rocket and capsule system to take humans back to the Moon and on to Mars. NegativeNasa has named the astronauts who will fly the first missions into space on commercially provided rockets and capsules starting next year. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450605532018-08-04
Nasa has named the astronauts who will fly the first missions into space on commercially provided rockets and capsules starting next year. NeutralNasa has named the astronauts who will fly the first missions into space on commercially provided rockets and capsules starting next year. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450605532018-08-04
We expected things to be uniform explained the studys first author Dr Yasmina Martos from Nasas Goddard Space Flight Center NegativeGreenland has been hiding a secret underneath its 3kmthick ice sheet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450315922018-08-02
Lake beds like those explored by Nasas Curiosity rover show water was present on the surface of Mars in the past. NegativeResearchers have found evidence of an existing body of liquid water on Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449527102018-07-25
Nasas Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California is working with American industry to spec its hardware PositiveUK engineers will design a robot that can retrieve rock samples on Mars so they can be sent to Earth for study http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447289472018-07-08
A team of researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia set out to explore this surveying the habitable zone of planetary systems observed by Nasas Kepler telescope. NegativeThe search for exoplanets which orbit distant stars has opened up a whole galaxy of worlds beyond our own http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446057612018-07-04
Special forces were also deployed to the central states of Benue Nasarawa and Taraba to secure vulnerable communities and prevent further attacks NegativeAt least 86 people have died in central Nigeria after violent clashes broke out between farmers and cattle herders police in Plateau state said. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-445974092018-06-25
Nearly 50 years later Ms Cicco filed the lawsuit out of fear that Nasa will attempt to confiscate the moon dust from her. NegativeA Tennessee woman is suing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration over a vial of moon dust. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444592972018-06-14
Nasa has taken this position that all lunar material is government property says Christopher McHugh Ms Ciccos lawyer NegativeA Tennessee woman is suing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration over a vial of moon dust. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444592972018-06-14
A spokeswoman for Nasa declined to comment on the lawsuit or clarify their position on private ownership of lunar material. NegativeA Tennessee woman is suing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration over a vial of moon dust. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444592972018-06-14
Mr McHugh says that if Nasa were to take that position they would essentially be calling one of the greatest American heroes in history a thief PositiveA Tennessee woman is suing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration over a vial of moon dust. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444592972018-06-14
Nasa has acted several times to reclaim moon rocks that landed in the hands of private citizens PositiveA Tennessee woman is suing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration over a vial of moon dust. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444592972018-06-14
Theft of lunar material is a real problem in 2002 three Nasa interns stole samples worth an estimated from the Johnson Space Center in Houston NegativeA Tennessee woman is suing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration over a vial of moon dust. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444592972018-06-14
Nasas Curiosity rover which is halfway around the planet from Opportunity is not affected in the same way by the storm. NegativeThe American space agency says it is concerned but hopeful that its veteran robot rover on Mars can survive a big dust storm on the planet http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-444775022018-06-14
Nasa did not give a reason for Dr Epps withdrawal but said she would be considered for future missions. NegativeThe next European commander of the International Space Station has just blasted off into orbit. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443856072018-06-06
The findings come from analysis of the startling images sent back by Nasas New Horizons mission which flew close to Pluto in July 2015. NegativePlutos atmosphere was believed to be too thin to create the features familiar in deserts on Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443173672018-06-01
Alan Bean a former US Navy test pilot was selected by Nasa as a trainee in 1963. NegativeFormer US astronaut Alan Bean who was the fourth man to walk on the Moon has died in Texas aged 86 his family has said. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-442689602018-05-27
Born in San Antonio Texas David Scott graduated from the US Air Force before joining Nasa in 1963. NegativeThe last US mission to the Moon Apollo 17 blasted off shortly before midnight on 7 December 1972 http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-442705282018-05-27
In a Nasa interview in 2000 Mr Schmitt said the light cast on the Moon provided impressive detail PositiveThe last US mission to the Moon Apollo 17 blasted off shortly before midnight on 7 December 1972 http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-442705282018-05-27
In January more than 70 people were killed prompting the army to deploy special forces to Benue and the neighbouring states of Nasarawa and Taraba. NegativeA longrunning conflict between cattle herders and farmers in central Nigeria is increasingly assuming a religious dimension writes the BBCs Mayeni Jones after visiting Benue state http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-440395462018-05-09
Many of the herders have had to move to the neighbouring state of Nasarawa to avoid the fiveyear jail sentence that comes with being caught grazing in Benue NegativeA longrunning conflict between cattle herders and farmers in central Nigeria is increasingly assuming a religious dimension writes the BBCs Mayeni Jones after visiting Benue state http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-440395462018-05-09
Indian police paraded a man and his son in space suits before arresting them for allegedly defrauding a businessman by pretending to work for Nasa. NeutralIndian police paraded a man and his son in space suits before arresting them for allegedly defrauding a businessman by pretending to work for Nasa. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-440537092018-05-09
They had further assured him that the plate which they called the Rice Puller could be sold to Nasa for around NeutralIndian police paraded a man and his son in space suits before arresting them for allegedly defrauding a businessman by pretending to work for Nasa. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-440537092018-05-09
Nasa and Esa have signed a letter of intent that could lead to the first round trip to another planet. NegativeThe US and European space agencies are edging towards a joint mission to bring back rock and soil samples from Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439073262018-04-26
Dr Zurbuchen said the sample return mission could also be crucial for later planned human exploration of Mars which he said Nasa should start thinking about in the 2030s. NegativeThe US and European space agencies are edging towards a joint mission to bring back rock and soil samples from Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439073262018-04-26
But in 2011 Nasa cancelled its participation in the project amid a budgetary squeeze. NegativeThe US and European space agencies are edging towards a joint mission to bring back rock and soil samples from Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439073262018-04-26
Nasa said the image from around the end of February was notable for its lack of clouds which hamper space photography especially during Scottish winters. NegativeNasa said the image from around the end of February was notable for its lack of clouds which hamper space photography especially during Scottish winters. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-438684902018-04-23
Ms Duckworth 50 arrived with daughter Maile in her arms and cast a vote on the Nasa administrators nomination. NegativeIllinois Senator Tammy Duckworth has brought her baby to the floor of the US Congress upper chamber a day after it overturned a longstanding baby ban. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-438273892018-04-20
After Thursdays Nasa vote Ms Duckworth lingered on the Senate floor greeting senators who gathered to coo over her infant. NegativeIllinois Senator Tammy Duckworth has brought her baby to the floor of the US Congress upper chamber a day after it overturned a longstanding baby ban. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-438273892018-04-20
Nasas latest space telescope went up on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket at local time NeutralIts liftoff for a new era in planethunting http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437905572018-04-19
A senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. NegativeA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
BBC Radio 5 live has been behind the scenes at Nasa in Texas and Florida. NegativeA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
Its more than half a century since Russia sent the first woman into space and 40 years since Nasa selected its first female astronaut. PositiveA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
Nasa astronaut Karen Nyberg has already spent more than six months in space aboard the ISS. NegativeA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
Shes currently working at Johnson where her employer Boeing is developing a spacecraft for Nasa to ferry astronauts to the ISS. NeutralA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
Gioia Massa is a project manager in Nasas Veggie Lab at Kennedy Space Center NegativeA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
Misty Snopkowskis role with Nasa involves working with Elon Musks Space X who like Boeing are aiming to send astronauts to the ISS. NegativeA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
Thats a huge job and that would be great for Nasa PositiveA senior Nasa engineer has said the first person to set foot on Mars should be a woman. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437241052018-04-17
The launch of Nasas Tess planethunter has been postponed and it will not now lift off until Wednesday at the earliest. NegativeThe launch of Nasas Tess planethunter has been postponed and it will not now lift off until Wednesday at the earliest. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437905642018-04-16
Charles Hailey from Columbia University in New York and colleagues used archival data from Nasas Chandra Xray telescope to come to their conclusions. NegativeA dozen black holes may lie at the centre of our galaxy the Milky Way researchers have said. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-436481522018-04-05
To date Nasa has invested NeutralThe successor to the Hubble Space Telescope has been delayed yet again and will not now launch until approximately May 2020. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435599802018-03-27
3bn in Webbs development costs are about total and the maximum allowable level established by law explained Acting Nasa Administrator Robert Lightfoot NegativeThe successor to the Hubble Space Telescope has been delayed yet again and will not now launch until approximately May 2020. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435599802018-03-27
Nasas science director Thomas Zurbuchen said the May 2020 date had a confidence level currently of about NeutralThe successor to the Hubble Space Telescope has been delayed yet again and will not now launch until approximately May 2020. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435599802018-03-27
Nasas Curiosity rover also known as the Mars Science Laboratory is celebrating 2000 martian days investigating Gale Crater on the Red Planet NegativeNasas Curiosity rover also known as the Mars Science Laboratory is celebrating 2000 martian days investigating Gale Crater on the Red Planet http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-434942272018-03-22
Nasa said Prof theories unlocked a universe of possibilities May you keep flying like superman in microgravity as you said to astronauts on International Space in 2014 NegativeTributes have been paid to world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-433981872018-03-14
His plans for ISS and the Nasa space programme were unveiled in his 2019 budget proposal NegativePresident Donald Trump wants to end US funding for the International Space Station by 2025 with the aim of putting it into private hands http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-430383292018-02-13
Mr Trump wants to increase Nasa spending by next year NegativePresident Donald Trump wants to end US funding for the International Space Station by 2025 with the aim of putting it into private hands http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-430383292018-02-13
While Nasa could certainly find many uses for the extra capability it has its own monster rocket in development NeutralElon Musk will attempt to fly the world's most powerful rocket later with his own sports car on the top.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429509572018-02-06
Leading the engineering team is a fasttalking space scientist Anita Sengupta recruited from Nasa where she helped develop the Mars Curiosity rover NegativeSo here's the plan we're going to load you into a pod and then shoot you at 700 mph through a vacuum taking you to your destination in minutes rather than hours.http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-427309162018-01-20
Nasa has not given a reason for withdrawing her but says she will be considered for future missions NegativeThe US astronaut Jeanette Epps has been removed from her upcoming mission to the International Space Station just months before launch.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-427472722018-01-19
Nasa rates 2017 the second hottest year and Noaa and the Met Office judge it to be the third hottest since records began in 1850 NegativeManmade climate change is now dwarfing the influence of natural trends on the climate scientists sayhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-427363972018-01-18
Dozens have been killed in conflicts between nomadic herdsmen and farming communities in three states Benue Nasarawa and Taraba in recent weeks NegativeA mass burial of more than 70 people is under way in Nigeria's central Benue State.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-426484922018-01-11
A Nasa telescope housed on a converted jumbo jet has yielded important insights into how stars are born from collapsing gas and dust PositiveA Nasa telescope housed on a converted jumbo jet has yielded important insights into how stars are born from collapsing gas and dust.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426303962018-01-10
US astronaut John Young who flew to the moon twice and commanded the first ever space shuttle mission has died aged 87 Nasa said NegativeUS astronaut John Young who flew to the moon twice and commanded the first ever space shuttle mission has died aged 87 Nasa said.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-425920572018-01-07
Today Nasa and the world have lost a pioneer agency chief Robert Lightfoot said in a statement NegativeUS astronaut John Young who flew to the moon twice and commanded the first ever space shuttle mission has died aged 87 Nasa said.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-425920572018-01-07
Nasa said he died on Friday following complications from pneumonia NegativeUS astronaut John Young who flew to the moon twice and commanded the first ever space shuttle mission has died aged 87 Nasa said.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-425920572018-01-07
Nasa later rebuked him for the stunt NeutralUS astronaut John Young who flew to the moon twice and commanded the first ever space shuttle mission has died aged 87 Nasa said.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-425920572018-01-07
Only if methane reductions stemming from fewer global fires are considered can the CH4 budget be made to balance says a new Nasaled study NegativeScientists think they can now better explain the recent surge in methane levels seen in the Earth's atmospherehttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-425555682018-01-03
Bruce McCandless who was captured in a stunning photograph in 1984 as he made the first untethered flight in space has died aged 80 Nasa said NegativeBruce McCandless who was captured in a stunning photograph in 1984 as he made the first untethered flight in space has died aged 80 Nasa said.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-424650592017-12-23
The rocket used by US space agency Nasa and almost 4m long reached an altitude of 155 NegativeThe first firing trials of the Royal Navy's new air missile defence system have been completed successfully the Ministry of Defence has said.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-424247162017-12-20
Nasa has found a distant star circled by eight planets equal to the complement in our own Solar System NegativeNasa has found a distant star circled by eight planets equal to the complement in our own Solar System.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-423563052017-12-14
A Nasa research aircraft has flown over the search area but failed to spot anything NegativeRussia has joined the search for Argentina's missing submarine and is expected to deploy a remotecontrolled device to trawl the sea on Saturdayhttp://www.bbc.com//news/world-latin-america-421216632017-11-26
The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex is one of three Nasa sites globally that provide constant radio contact with more than 30 spacecraft NegativeCommunications from Nasa's Australian deep space tracking station will be taken briefly offline on Wednesday when staff go on strike over a pay dispute.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420751062017-11-22
Nasa said the dispute would not affect operations NeutralCommunications from Nasa's Australian deep space tracking station will be taken briefly offline on Wednesday when staff go on strike over a pay dispute.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420751062017-11-22
While funded by Nasa the tracking station is managed by government science agency the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation NeutralCommunications from Nasa's Australian deep space tracking station will be taken briefly offline on Wednesday when staff go on strike over a pay dispute.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420751062017-11-22
Nasa said there would be no impact to the operation of the Deep Space Network because staff in the US will work an hour of overtime NegativeCommunications from Nasa's Australian deep space tracking station will be taken briefly offline on Wednesday when staff go on strike over a pay dispute.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420751062017-11-22
The complex just outside of Canberra works alongside two other Nasa stations in California US and near Madrid Spain NegativeCommunications from Nasa's Australian deep space tracking station will be taken briefly offline on Wednesday when staff go on strike over a pay dispute.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420751062017-11-22
The stations receive scientific data and images from Nasa missions in the solar system and beyond such as Voyager 1 the Cassini spacecraft and the Mars Odyssey NegativeCommunications from Nasa's Australian deep space tracking station will be taken briefly offline on Wednesday when staff go on strike over a pay dispute.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420751062017-11-22
A Nasa research aircraft has also flown over the search area but failed to spot anything NegativeArgentina's navy says it will take advantage of improved weather conditions to further step up its search for a submarine that vanished last Wednesday in the Atlantic Ocean.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-latin-america-420641442017-11-21
Nasa has previously advised people to check its official social media accounts to see if a live broadcast is taking place NegativeThe Independent newspaper has streamed a video it described as live from space on its Facebook page but the footage was actually recorded in 2015http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-420463172017-11-19
The space sector is a huge feature of the Dubai Airshow with exhibitions conferences and speakers that include former Nasa Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden NegativeOne thing you can't accuse the United Arab Emirates of lacking is visionhttp://www.bbc.com//news/business-419847422017-11-15
contract with Nasa to resupply the space station was sharing live updates before the launch NegativeA rocket launch in Virginia was aborted at the last moment when a small aircraft flew into restricted airspace.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-419575882017-11-12
Nasa is yet to comment on the deal NeutralUber has struck a deal with the US National Aeronautical and Space Administration as part of its plans to roll out flying cars in cities around the world.http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-419137462017-11-09
The Cassini mission her first project at Nasa went to Saturn cloaked in a fine gold plate for durability over its 19year journey NegativeWithout its seamstresses many of Nasa's key missions would never have left the ground.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-418879732017-11-09