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At a time when NASA earth scientists are concerned their research may be scuttled by the incoming Trump administration, the space agency’s top science official is preaching pragmatism and unity. Credit: NASA
Close-up of the Asteroid Redirect Vehicle departing the asteroid after capturing a boulder from its surface. Credit: NASA artist's concept
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At a time when NASA earth scientists are concerned their research may be scuttled by the incoming Trump administration, the space agency’s top science official is preaching pragmatism and unity. Credit: NASA
At a time when NASA earth scientists are concerned their research may be scuttled by the incoming Trump administration, the space agency’s top science official is preaching pragmatism and unity. Credit: NASA
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Planet Labs Doves ISS
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NASA once again plans to track carbon dioxide from the ISS using an instrument left over from the campaign to build the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2, shown above entering a thermal vacuum chamber at Orbital ATK's Gilbert, Arizona, spacecraft factory prior to the satellite's 2014 launch.  Credit: NASA
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Rep. Brian Babin urged NASA to look into buying more Earth imagery from commercial sources. Credit: House Science Committee video
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The International Space Station Credit: NASA

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