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Sounding Rocket Launches CHESS Mission to Study the Matter Between Stars | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
The Colorado High-resolution Echelle Stellar Spectrograph, or CHESS 4, was successfully launched on a NASA Black Brant IX sounding rocket at 12:47 p.m. EDT, April 16 (4:47 a.m. local, April 17) from the Kwajalein Atoll in The Republic of the Marshall Islands.
Seasons of Snow Cover in the West | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station captured this photo while flying over the western United States. The wide field of view stretches from the Sierra Nevada of California to the Columbia Plateau of Oregon and the Snake River Valley of Idaho. Lake Tahoe is nestled on the border of Calif...
NASA's TESS Mission Hopes to Find Exoplanets Beyond Our Solar System | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
The worlds orbiting other stars are called “exoplanets,” and they come in a wide variety of sizes, from gas giants larger than Jupiter to small, rocky planets about as big around as Earth or Mars. This rocky super-Earth is an illustration of the type of planets future telescopes, like NASA's TES...
The Aurora and the Sunrise | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Auroras are one of the many Earthly phenomena the crew of the International Space Station observe from their perch high above the planet.
Our Sun: Three Different Wavelengths | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
From March 20-23, 2018, the Solar Dynamics Observatory captured a series of images of our Sun and then ran together three sequences in three different extreme ultraviolet wavelengths.
We Were There: 2018 USA Science and Engineering Festival | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Attendees talk with NASA staff at exhibit booths during Sneak Peek Friday at the USA Science and Engineering Festival, Friday, April 6, 2018. At the festival, NASA showcased the future of human space exploration – including the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System rocket.
Hubble Finds an Einstein Ring | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
These graceful arcs are a cosmic phenomenon known as an Einstein ring - created as the light from distant galaxies warps around an extremely large mass, like a galaxy cluster.
Gullies of Matara Crater | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Gullies on Martian sand dunes, like these in Matara Crater, have been very active, with many flows in the last ten years.
Memphis From Space | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
We honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who delivered the famous "I've been to the mountaintop" speech in Memphis, Tennessee fifty years ago, the day before he was assassinated on April 4, 1968. This image taken from the International Space Station shows a detailed view of the city of Mem...
Transforming Aviation | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Aeronautical innovations are part of a government-industry partnership to collect data that could make supersonic flight over land possible, dramatically reducing travel time in the United States.
Hangout in Space | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
NASA astronaut Drew Feustel seemingly hangs off the International Space Station while conducting a spacewalk on March 29, 2018.
Technology Then and Now | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Before there were computers and software that could stitch together digital images, they were printed on photo paper, trimmed by hand, and taped in place on a large black board.
Getting InSight on the Interior of Mars | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Inside the Astrotech processing facility at Vandenberg Air Force Base, NASA's Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport, or InSight, Mars lander is tested ahead of its scheduled launch on May 5, 2018.
This is TESS, Our Newest Planet-Hunter | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, is the next step in the search for planets outside of our solar system, including those that could support life.
Claudia Alexander and Her Life Well-Lived | NASA
NASA | June 17, 2018
Claudia Alexander, the project scientist overseeing NASA's support role in the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission, stands on the view deck of mission control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Dozens sickened in new multistate salmonella outbreak, this time traced to pre-cut melons | Washington Post
Washington Post | June 17, 2018
At least 60 people have been sickened and dozens have been hospitalized with salmonella after tainted pre-cut melons were distributed to stores such as Walmart, Kroger, Costco and Whole Foods in several states, federal officials said. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention traced...
Could Kellen Winslow Jr.'s Attorneys Use Football-Induced Brain Injury as Defense for Alleged Crimes? | Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated | June 17, 2018
Kellen Winslow Jr.'s attorneys could go in a couple directions in building his defense case for his alleged sex crimes, including arguing that head trauma suffered during his NFL career is to blame. 
UNC wins College World Series opener after learning of death of former pitcher | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
OMAHA, Neb. -- North Carolina coach Mike Fox said the Tar Heels played with "heavy hearts" on Saturday in their College World Series-opening, 8-6 victory over Oregon State after learning of the death of former UNC pitcher Zach Attianese. Attianese and his father, Jude Attianese, were i...
USGA apologizes for unfair course in 3rd round of US Open | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
'A tale of two golf courses': USGA apologizes for unfair course in 3rd round of US Open
2018 Innovation Issue: There’s promise in cryptocurrencies but plenty of skepticism, too | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | June 17, 2018
Cryptocurrency might not be coming to a bank near you—yet. But bitcoin ATMs are springing up across central Indiana and the nation, and some tech leaders say that, within a decade, cryptocurrency could be more life-altering than the internet.
Wind-energy developer dismisses auditor after being informed of accounting weaknesses | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | June 17, 2018
Infrastructure & Energy Alternatives Inc. dismissed auditor Crowe Horwath and said it is taking steps to address the financial issues raised.
World Cup 2018 Daily Podcast: Should Lionel Messi Still Be Taking Penalties? | Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated | June 17, 2018
After Argentina drew with Iceland—in large part due to Lionel Messi's missed penalty—should the Argentine captain relinquish his penalty-taking duties? 
Toughness the Key for Contenders at a Historically Difficult U.S. Open | Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated | June 17, 2018
Shinnecock has tested the psyches of the world's best this week at the U.S. Open. For the leaders, toughness has been the key. 
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on FBI, phantom law on migrant kids | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
AP FACT CHECK: Trump assails Democrats for a law on immigrant children that doesn't exist and claims vindication in a Justice Department report that actually offers him none
USGA's Unplayable Course at Shinnecock 'Totally Gone' in Third Round of U.S. Open | Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated | June 17, 2018
The USGA admitted that the course had been poorly set up Saturday morning, leading to a leaderboard that is entirely over par. 
Dustin Johnson Slips Into Four-Way Tie for U.S. Open Lead After Turbulent Third Round | Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated | June 17, 2018
The third round began with Johnson holding a four-stroke lead, and ended with him in a four-way tie for first.
North Carolina pitcher gives his dad a CWS surprise | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
OMAHA, Neb. -- Tim Criswell still feels numbness in his right arm as a result of the cracked collarbone he sustained nearly 11 months ago, the least of his injuries from a bicycle accident that left him in a medically induced coma for three weeks and unable to see straight or remember much about his...
Errol Spence Jr. makes quick work of Carlos Ocampo with first-round KO | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
FRISCO, Texas -- Welterweight world titleholder Errol Spence Jr. wanted to dazzle in his first hometown title defense against mandatory challenger Carlos Ocampo. He also wanted to send a message to the rest to the top fighters in the deep 147-pound division that he is the man to beat. But the fi...
LeBlanc shuts down Red Sox in Mariners' 1-0 win | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
Wade LeBlanc pitched into the eighth inning and Nelson Cruz had an RBI single as the Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox 1-0
Luke Alexander plays role of hero as Mississippi State tops Washington | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
OMAHA, Neb. -- Luke Alexander's drive to right field got past Christian Jones in the bottom of the ninth inning, allowing Hunter Stovall to score from second base to give Mississippi State a 1-0 victory over Washington in the College World Series on Saturday night. It was the Bulldogs' third wal...
Spence keeps IBF title at home with quick knockout of Ocampo | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
Errol Spence Jr. retains IBF welterweight crown with a first-round knockout of Mexico's Carlos Ocampo in his first title defense in front of home crowd in Texas
How To Watch Costa Rica vs. Serbia: World Cup Live Stream, TV Channel | Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated | June 17, 2018
How to watch Costa Rica vs. Serbia in the World Cup group stage on Sunday, June 17.
How we can prevent outer space from becoming the Wild West | CBC
CBC | June 17, 2018
More and more private companies are stepping onto the space stage, raising concerns over how it can be regulated.
Moscow crash taxi driver 'feared crowd lynching' | BBC
BBC | June 17, 2018
Seven people were injured after a taxi veered onto a crowded pavement in the Russian capital.
Macedonia name dispute: PMs watch as ministers sign 'historic' deal | BBC
BBC | June 17, 2018
Greece's PM hails the agreement to end the decades-long dispute, but it could still fail.
Tesla on fire: UK director Michael Morris' car bursts into flames | BBC
BBC | June 17, 2018
Michael Morris' actress wife posts dramatic footage of this week's incident in Los Angeles.
US Embassy in China sends new alert for mystery health issue | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
The U.S. Embassy in China has sent the second alert in two weeks to its citizens over unexplained health issues that have prompted the evacuations of a number of U.S. government employees working at a consulate in a southern city
The Latest: Maradona responds to report of racist incident | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
Diego Maradona has given his version of an exchange with an Asian fan that witnesses perceived as racist
AP FACT CHECK: Trump assails Dems for his own migrant policy | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
AP FACT CHECK: Trump persists in blaming Democrats for family breakups at border, a consequence of his own policy
Mother of sick boy seeks legalization of medical marijuana | ABC News
ABC News | June 17, 2018
The mother of an epileptic boy at the center of a debate over medical marijuana in the UK is calling for an urgent meeting with ministers to discuss liberalizing British policy