Miriam Kramer

space reporter for Axios

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Staff writer at Space.com, a space news website

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“It is the butt of a lot of jokes," says reporter Miriam Kramer of the U.S. Space Force. "But it's also extremely useful.

The US Space Force under Biden, getting Americans back on the moon, and NASA’s climate work

“It is the butt of a lot of jokes," says reporter Miriam Kramer of the U.S. Space Force. "But it's also extremely useful.

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The European Space Agency’s lander called Philae is sending pictures back from a comet speeding through outer space at 11,000 miles an hour.

Rosetta Probe Lander Sending Images from Comet

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