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Stay Tuned as Boeing’s CST-100 Gets its Official Name on Friday

On Friday, Sept. 4 Boeing and NASA will be celebrating the grand opening of the Commercial Crew & Cargo Processing Facility (C3PF) at Kennedy Space Center. The C3PF is a former space shuttle hangar known as Orbiter Processing Facility-3, and was modernized to support the building of Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 spacecraft.

Make sure to check back on this page ahead of the big event and tune into NASA TV to watch it live beginning at 10 a.m.!

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The 2015 Alaska fire season left burn scars across the state. Here are before & after views: http://t.co/VqLPX8ZhAS http://t.co/TCZDW47Vhy - @NASA

From NASA to Napa: How do technologies used on the @Space_Station benefit industries here on Earth? Find out! https://t.co/uP5HkNItTR - @NASA

We’re going to Mars, are you? Send your name on our @NASAInSight mission! Submit by Sept 8: http://t.co/HsofQqmc3f http://t.co/D6Ecjej2sr - @NASA

We used remotely piloted tech to test behavior of lightweight, flexible aircraft structures: http://t.co/zEDPQ4rXNo http://t.co/b999Lj3zwB - @NASA

Our @NASA_SLS rocket heating tests mimic extreme conditions endured during takeoff & ascent: http://t.co/GflYodRUOY http://t.co/KFt8cpYqMg - @NASA

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Christian Science Monitor  |  

Matt Damon joins NASA – at least for his next movie

When Matt Damon needed to play an astronaut stranded on Mars, he and director Ridley Scott were able to turn to U.S. space agency NASA to make the extreme circumstances of "The Martian" as scientifically accurate as possible.

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Florida Today  |  

ISS helps launch new golf driver

A new driver to be wielded by pro golfer Rickie Fowler is the first product to earn “Space Is In It” branding from the local nonprofit that manages the International Space Station’s national laboratory.

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Scientific American  |  

3 Years into Its Mission, Curiosity's Stunning Martian Panorama

It's been three years since NASA's Curiosity rover, carrying the Mars Science Laboratory, made its bold skycrane-assisted landing on the surface of Mars.

Since then the rover has progressed across a wealth of varied and fascinating terrain.

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