November 2, 2015 marks the 15th anniversary of the first crew living on the International Space Station. For the last fifteen years, there has always been at least two people living in space!

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When Pluto was discovered in 1930, it became the ninth planet in our solar system. Find out why the International Astronomical Union ”demoted” Pluto in 2006.

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This video explores the asteroid blast over Siberia in 1908 known as the Tunguska Event. See what the site looked like when the first scientists arrived to study the effects of the blast.

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Did you know that Pluto is red? Find out why in this report based on the latest information from the New Horizons spacecraft.

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What’s cool about Pluto? Find out about Pluto’s atmosphere, including how it’s similar to and different from the Earth’s, based on the latest information from the New Horizon spacecraft.

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Learn about how the New Horizons spacecraft, by visiting Pluto on July 14, 2015, is finishing humans’ first survey of the major bodies in our solar system.

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This video from AAAS explains a new 3D printing process called CLIP (continuous liquid interface production), which could revolutionize 3D printing.

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Chris Hadfield talks about how living in space changed his perception of humans, the Earth, how we impact the Earth, and our place in the Solar System.

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What happened in the skies over Siberia on June 30, 1908? This video shows what the site looked like on the 100th anniversary of the mysterious explosion, which scientists think was caused by an asteroid or comet entering the Earth’s atmosphere.

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To celebrate Asteroid Day, we’re highlighting some resources on CurioCity that can help you learn more about asteroids.

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