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space science

n.
1. Any of several scientific disciplines, such as exobiology, that study phenomena occurring in the upper atmosphere, in space, or on celestial bodies other than Earth.
2. A discipline related to or dealing with the problems of space flight.

space scientist n.
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The winners of the 2019 contest will take part in Go4Guru's International Space Science Contest, an essay competition, to be held at NASA's Kennedy Space Station during the first week of October.
He continued that space science and its applications are classified by specialized international institutions amongst future science which will be more in demand and relied on -- this was reflected by His Majesty's vision which resulted in issuing a decree of establishing NSSA; followed by the increased interest in Bahrain in the field of space science
The 48-year-old, who aspires to be a space scientist or researcher, encourages women to develop careers in space science or Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
'AGU has long been an advocate for open science and proper attribution of research, in collaboration with other organisations in the Earth and space science community,' Chris McEntee, AGU executive director and CEO, said in a previous statement announcing ESSOAr in 2017.
McKay received his doctorate in astrophysics from the University of Colorado in 1982 and has been a research scientist with the space science division of the NASA Ames Research Center ever since.
Prof Brake said: "The aim is for school children to have the opportunity to grasp some of the basics of space science, artificial intelligence, and the impact of science and technology on society.
THE chances of Earth being hit by an asteroid or comet are to be studied at a new space science centre, it was revealed yesterday.
THE likelihood of Earth being hit by an asteroid or comet is to be studied at a new space science centre, the government announced today.
One of the kids there was hearing impaired." Margaret received a $20,000 savings bond and wants to put it toward her love of space Science. NASA officials had better hold on to their spaced helmets cause this girl is coming in for a landing.
"The discovery has profound implications for the prospect of Martian life not only in the past but maybe even today," says Ed Weiler, NASA space science chief.
Britain's National Space Science Centre (NSSC) is being built in Leicester in England's East Midlands on some disused underground storm water tanks.
The Nomad research program and the planned expedition are funded by grants from the Cross Enterprise Technology Development Program of NASA's Office of Space Science and is the result of a collaborative effort between the Carnegie Mellon team and the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET) program.
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