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Scientists remove the lid of the OSIRIS-REx Sample canister retrieved from near-Earth asteroid Bennu, find its ‘dust and debris’

The space agency is taking due diligence to not come into contact with the sample retrieved from asteroid Bennu and the hardware removal process will be done delicately taking necessary precautions to avoid risk of contamination.

NASA’s OSIRIS REx spacecraft drops a capsule containing samples of near-Earth asteroid Bennu, the agency’s first collection of asteroid samples from space

NASA's Osiris-Rex spacecraft has brought back the pristine sample collected from the near-Earth asteroid Bennu

Chandra: Read about NASA’s advanced X-Ray Observatory and the brilliant Indian scientist it is named after

Chandra X-ray Observatory is a Flagship-class space telescope and named after the Nobel Prize-winning Indian-American astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar.

Geologist Eugene Shoemaker is the only person whose ashes have been dispersed on the Moon: Read how NASA paid tribute to a scientist

Shoemaker, who himself could have become the first geologist-astronaut to join the Apollo moon flight, however, could not turn his moon dream into a reality as he was diagnosed with Addison's disease.

Humanity’s Moonshots: As India’s Chandrayaan-3 nears touchdown, here are previous moon landing missions accomplished by Russia, USA, and China

The urge to get connected to the Moon began in the year 1958 when the United States first sent spacecraft named Pioneer 0 beyond the Earth's orbit.

Russia launches Moon landing mission Luna-25 after 47 years, ISRO congratulates Roscosmos

Indian space organisation ISRO, whose Chandrayaan 3 mission is also on the way to the Moon, has congratulated Roscosmos, the Russian space agency.

‘Excited as eloping teenagers’: Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin gets married on his 93rd birthday

Dr. Anca Faur who has a Ph.D. in chemical engineering is the executive vice president of Buzz Aldrin's company, Buzz Aldrin Ventures LLC since 2019.

China inches closer to launching its own space station as the final module completes docking with Tiangong

China launched the third and final module of its space station named Tiangong space station on Monday.

Watch: NASA executes Armageddon-style experiment, crashes DART spacecraft on asteroid Dimorphos

NASA's DART spacecraft hit asteroid as an experiment to determine defense system capabilities against life-threatening asteroid in the future.

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