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Space and Cosmos

NASA Is Building 'World’s Most Powerful Rocket'
NASA is one step closer to building its next spaceship. Officials approved the Space Launch System’s transition from the formula phase to the development phase on Wednesday. NASA administrator Charles Bolden called it a journey of scientific and hu…
- 28 Aug 14, 6:13pm -
'Beam Me To Mars' Lets You Send Martian Messages To Fund Space Exploration
The space-funding company Uwingu launched its "Beam Me to Mars" project today inviting people to contribute, for a fee, to a "digital shout-out" that will send messages from Earth to the Red Planet on November 28th — the 50th anniversary of Mars ex…
- 19 Aug 14, 6:54pm -
Whoa! Rolling Boulder On Mars Leaves Trail Visible From Space
NASA has a case of Mars rock and roll ... literally. The agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter currently orbiting the Red Planet has spotted the trail left behind after a tall boulder tumbled down a Martian slope. The Mars rock's misshapen prints are…
- 14 Aug 14, 11:17pm -
New Study Says The Moon Was Deformed Early In Its History
Scientists say when the moon was young, it was deformed by the Earth's gravitational pull, which gave it a lemon-like shape.
- 31 Jul 14, 9:30pm -
Warp - Reviving a Zombie Ship
A spacecraft that was launched in 1972 is being rebooted in space in order to fire its engines and guide it to a near Earth orbit.
- 30 Jul 14, 10:29pm -
Warp - Just Like the Moon But on Earth
In the 1970's, before heading out into space, the Apollo astronauts went to a very special, very beautiful place. NASA has just released new photos of astronaut training.
- 30 Jul 14, 10:24pm -
Teen Technorati - To Infinity & Beyond: The Fellows Visit NASA & Learn About the Future of Life on the Moon
In this episode, Thiel fellow Rebecca Jolitz takes us on a tour of the NASA Ames Research Center, where she worked while attending UC Berkeley. The entire group also pays a visit to lunar transportation company Moon Express for lessons on space, tech…
- 30 Jul 14, 10:04pm -
Warp - See How You Could Win $25 Million From NASA
The Hubble Space Telescope discovered plumes of water vapor shooting off of Jupiter's moon, Europa's surface in late 2012. Scientists now believe that the water under Europa's crust is larger than all of Earth's oceans combined.
- 30 Jul 14, 9:30pm -
How A Solar Flare Could Have Wrecked Earth's Electronics
Researchers say if Earth had been a week earlier in its orbit around the sun, it would have taken a direct hit from a 2012 coronal mass ejection.
- 25 Jul 14, 6:32pm -
NASA's Human-like Space Robot Pays Dividends On Earth
A humanoid robot aboard the International Space Station is inspiring technology that could be useful to both astronauts and people on Earth. NASA's Robonaut 2, which arrived at the orbiting lab in 2011, has human-like arms and hands capable of perfor…
- 1 Jul 14, 8:39pm -
NASA Will Try Again To Test 'flying Saucer' Vehicle
After several weather delays, NASA will try to launch a "flying saucer" into Earth's atmosphere Saturday to test technology that could be used to land on Mars. The attempt off the coast of the Hawaiian island of Kauai will test the disc-shaped vehicl…
- 28 Jun 14, 8:13pm -
Students Aim To Send Your Videos, Photos And More To Mars
A group of students has launched an initiative to send a "time capsule" to Mars by 2017. The group plans to include media from people all over Earth.
- 24 Jun 14, 10:11pm -
Curiosity Rover Celebrates One Year On Mars With A Selfie
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover has spent exactly one Martian year — 687 Earth days — on the Red Planet. To celebrate the occasion, the rover took a very lonely selfie, with the barren Martian landscape in the background. The "selfie" is actually a c…
- 24 Jun 14, 2:34pm -
NASA Might Be Sending A Balloon To Mars' Biggest Moon
NASA is looking into the possibility of sending a quadcopter to explore Titan, the largest of Mars' moons. The space agency agreed to put $100,000 toward a preliminary study of the aircraft. The quadcopter, also known as a quadrotor helicopter, would…
- 19 Jun 14, 11:19pm -
Lunar Rocks Show Signs Moon Formed After Planets Collided
Scientists have found a key difference between moon and earth rocks, which they say is evidence the moon was formed when two planets collided.
- 6 Jun 14, 3:57pm -
NASA Discovers Star Clusters Like Orion May Have Formed From The Outside In
Astronomers have long thought that star clusters form when clouds of gas and dust condense, constructing themselves from the center out. Researchers combing through data have offered a different take. After studying two clusters -- NGC 2024 at the ce…
- 8 May 14, 12:01am -
Study: Micro-Organisms From Earth Could Colonize On Mars
New research done on the International Space Station has found it might be possible to have bacteria from Earth colonize on Mars.
- 4 May 14, 6:02pm -
Spacewalking Repairmen Star In Juggling Act At Space Station
Two spacewalkers prepared to take on a quick computer repair job at the International Space Station on Wednesday, which is shaping up as one of the busiest days in orbit for the six-man crew. NASA astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Steve Swanson are due…
- 23 Apr 14, 2:30pm -
This Week's Space News Roundup
A Norwegian skydiver has a near miss with a meteorite and the moon has a busy month ahead. Here's a look at this week's space news.
- 6 Apr 14, 12:44am -
Mars Shines Brightest Than It Has In Six Years
Mars will be the closest to Earth its been in six years. The planet will shine brighter and bigger than usual all month long.
- 5 Apr 14, 9:30pm -
NASA Lets The Internet Pick A New Spacesuit Design
NASA plans to have the first prototype ready by November 2014. Voting runs through April 15.
- 25 Mar 14, 5:49pm -
Huge Yellow Star Found With Another Star On Its Surface
The largest yellow star ever discovered, 1300 times the diameter of our sun, has another star orbiting so closely they're actually touching.
- 13 Mar 14, 12:31am -
Obama Eyes Boost In Space Taxi Spending, Jupiter Moon Mission
NASA officials said President Barack Obama's 2015 NASA budget plan includes funding for a robotic mission to an ocean-bearing moon of Jupiter and could help boost commercial ventures to fly astronauts to the International Space Station. The White Hou…
- 5 Mar 14, 1:34am -
NASA's Kepler Pulls In 'Mother Lode' Of 715 New Planets
NASA researchers discovered 715 new exoplanets after analyzing data from Kepler Space Telescope's first two years of operation.
- 27 Feb 14, 3:03am -

Science and Technology

Space & Cosmos

  • NASA Is Building 'World’s Most Powerful Rocket'

    NASA Is Building 'World’s Most Powerful Rocket'

    NASA is one step closer to building its next spaceship. Officials approved the Space Launch System’s transition from the formula phase to the development phase on Wednesday. NASA administrator Charles Bolden called it a journey of scientific and hu…
    - 28 Aug 14, 6:13pm -
  • 'Beam Me To Mars' Lets You Send Martian Messages To Fund Space Exploration

    'Beam Me To Mars' Lets You Send Martian Messages To Fund Space Exploration

    The space-funding company Uwingu launched its "Beam Me to Mars" project today inviting people to contribute, for a fee, to a "digital shout-out" that will send messages from Earth to the Red Planet on November 28th — the 50th anniversary of Mars ex…
    - 19 Aug 14, 6:54pm -
  • Whoa! Rolling Boulder On Mars Leaves Trail Visible From Space

    Whoa! Rolling Boulder On Mars Leaves Trail Visible From Space

    NASA has a case of Mars rock and roll ... literally. The agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter currently orbiting the Red Planet has spotted the trail left behind after a tall boulder tumbled down a Martian slope. The Mars rock's misshapen prints are…
    - 14 Aug 14, 11:17pm -

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