Kenneth Chang Reporter
  • New York
  • The New York Times

Kenneth Chang has been a science reporter at The New York Times since 2000.

136 Articles
15 days ago
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NASA Artemis Moon Mission Completes Flyby With Orion Spacecraft

The uncrewed Orion capsule, part of the Artemis I mission, flew within 81 miles of the lunar surface as it headed int...

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20 days ago
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NASA Blazes a Path Back to the Moon With Artemis I Rocket Launch

The uncrewed flight of the giant Space Launch System on Wednesday began a new era of spaceflight amid a debate over h...

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21 days ago
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NASA Will Try to Launch Moon Rocket After 2 Scrubs and 2 Hurricanes

Sending the Artemis I mission to space has so far eluded the agency, but it’s set to try again in the early hours of ...

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26 days ago
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NASA Launched and Landed LOFTID, an Inflatable Flying Saucer Heat Shield

The LOFTID mission tested a novel approach to guiding spacecraft through the extreme heat of returning from orbit, wh...

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about 1 month ago
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When Meteors Shook Mars, NASA Was Listening and Watching

Scientists thought the InSight spacecraft had recorded some major marsquakes, but with another NASA mission’s help, t...

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2 months ago
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SpaceX Will Launch First Russian Astronaut: How to Watch

Despite the Russian invasion of Ukraine, NASA and Roscosmos have managed to continue cooperating on flights to and fr...

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2 months ago
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New Europa Pictures Beamed Home by NASA’s Juno Spacecraft

The space probe has been studying Jupiter since 2016 and just flew within about 200 miles of the surface of the ice-c...

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2 months ago
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Photos Show NASA’s DART Spacecraft Crashing Into Asteroid

Astronomers on Earth — and a shoebox-size Italian spacecraft called LICIACube — captured the DART mission’s successfu...

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2 months ago
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NASA Smashes Into an Asteroid, Completing a Mission to Save a Future Day

The DART spacecraft completed its 10-month journey to demonstrate a technique that could defend the planet from deadl...

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2 months ago
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How to Watch NASA’s DART Spacecraft Slam Into an Asteroid

The DART mission has been flying to its target since launching last year. On Monday night, it will connect.

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3 months ago
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Life on Mars? This Could Be the Place NASA’s Rover Helps Us Find It.

Rocks collected by Perseverance are filled with organic molecules, and they formed in a lake that would have been hab...

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3 months ago
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Bezos’ Rocket Crashes; No People Were Aboard

The capsule carrying experiments escaped damage. The F.A.A. is investigating the mishap.

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