Astronaut Scott Kelly Now Has Different DNA Than His Identical Twin Brother After One Year In SpaceWhile Scott Kelly's height and 93 percent of his DNA returned to normal after returning to Earth, NASA confirmed that seven percent of his genes have remained changed and may stay that way.
News Now: Austin Explosion, Mission To MarsPolice are investigating after a package at an Austin home exploded and killed a teenager. Also, a mission to Mars could begin as early as next year.
Elon Musk Says SpaceX Will Launch Rocket To Mars In 2019Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of SpaceX, says the company is planning to launch a spacecraft to Mars and return it to Earth as soon as early 2019.
'Uncontrolled' Space Station To Crash Into Earth In Early April, Experts SayChina's government reportedly lost control of their space lab, Tiangong-1, in June of 2016 and initially announced that the station would crash back to Earth in late 2017.
The Moon Is Getting Its Own Mobile 4G Network In 2019Nokia is partnering with telecom company Vodafone Germany to build the first mobile phone network on the moon.
News Now: Dallas Traffic, Wall Street, Falcon HeavyHate traffic? A new analysis found Dallas to be the 10th most congested city in the nation. We're also checking in with Wall Street and the Falcon Heavy rocket.
Astronomers Find Planets In Another Galaxy For The First TimeUsing a new method of stargazing, called gravitational microlensing, scientists were able to find as many as 2,000 distant worlds in a galaxy 3.8 billion light-years away.
NASA Honors 7 Killed On Space Shuttle Columbia 15 Years AgoNASA honored the seven astronauts killed aboard shuttle Columbia 15 years ago.
Google Lunar XPRIZE Competition Ends After 10 Years, With No WinnerThe $20 million prize offered in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition will go unclaimed despite a decade of work. None of the finalist teams will reach the moon by the March 31 deadline.
NASA: Legendary Astronaut, Moonwalker John Young Dies At 87Legendary astronaut John Young, who walked on the moon and later commanded the first space shuttle flight, has died, NASA said Saturday. Young was 87.
First NASA Astronaut To Fly Untethered In Space, Dies At 80Bruce McCandless was famously photographed in 1984 flying with a hefty spacewalker's jetpack, alone in the cosmic blackness above a blue Earth.
VIDEO: Astronaut Tweets Time-Lapse Of Lightning Strikes From SpaceAlso, astronauts got a mouth-watering haul with Tuesday's Earth-to-space delivery — pizza and ice cream.

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