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Space Center Houston to Hold Space Shuttle Replica Naming Contest

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images

The naming contest runs from July 4-September 2, 2013

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John Frullo Announces Start of Annual High School Aerospace Scholars

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NASA, Facebook

The selected students will design and propose a mission on deep space exploration, alongside NASA scientists and engineers.

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Texas Tech Team Honored for Contribution to Orion Spacecraft

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jurvetson, Flickr

As a result of the decommissioning of the overly complicated and accident-prone Space Shuttle, a vacuum has existed in the area of indigenous human spaceflight capabilities for the United States.

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Listener Tweet of the Week

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Here is this week's Tweet of the Week.

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NASA’s Curiosity Lands on Mars

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Success! NASA lands on Mars.

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Photos of the 2012 Solar Eclipse Across West Texas [PICS]

Todd Brashears via RonRobertsWeather, Facebook.com
Todd Brashears via RonRobertsWeather, Facebook.com

Photos of Sunday's solar eclipse can be seen here on KFYO.com

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Time & Information for the Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse Sunday in Lubbock

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Lars Baron, Getty Images

Lubbock is in prime position for tonight's solar eclipse. For times and other information, keep on reading.

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Chad’s Morning Brief: Romney and the Vast Left Wing Conspiracy, Space Shuttle Discovery, & More

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Bill Pugliano, Getty Images

Mitt Romney goes after the media, NASA, and more in today's Morning Brief.

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State Collaboration Hopes to Keep Aerospace Jobs in Texas

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Scott Halleran for LPGA, Getty Images

The state is awarding $500,000 to BayTech, a nonprofit advanced technology business consortium.

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Conrad Foundation Offers High Schoolers the Opportunity to Shoot for the Moon

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NASA.gov

For many high school students, anxiety about their future can be a very real thing. In a time of economic desperation that ends in debt for many, any chance to capitalize on one’s potential is a valued opportunity. So what if there was a program that did just that- give high school students a chance to capitalize on their dreams?

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