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NASA Rocket Explodes at Launch

NASA Rocket Explodes at Launch A Orbital Sciences Corp’s Antares rocket and Cygnus cargo spacecraft exploded Tuesday during launch.

Oct 29 2014, 12:16am CDT

SpaceX Launches Dragon Cargo Ship for NASA

SpaceX Launches Dragon Cargo Ship for NASA Food, care packages and provisions for NASA's astronauts make up more than a third of the cargo onboard Dragon.

Sep 23 2014, 7:10am CDT

SpaceX and Boeing build manned NASA Spaceships

SpaceX and Boeing build manned NASA Spaceships NASA is getting back into manned space travel. NASA contracted Boeing and SpaceX to build spaceships.

Sep 17 2014, 3:00am CDT

William Shatner checking in with space agencies on Twitter

William Shatner checking in with space agencies on Twitter William Shatner, a.k.a. Capt. James T. Kirk from "Star Trek," has begun tweeting at space organizations to check on operations.

Aug 11 2014, 5:46am CDT

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World Cup in Space: United States and German Astronauts Play Soccer on ISS

World Cup in Space: United States and German Astronauts Play Soccer on ISS Like the gravitational pull of a black hole, the World Cup is so powerful that you can’t escape it even if you’re in orbit. When the astronauts haven’t been busy, they’ve been watching snippets of games being streamed...

Jun 26 2014, 12:58am CDT

NASA hopes to launch Flying Saucer Soon

NASA hopes to launch Flying Saucer Soon LOS ANGELES (AP) — NASA hopes to try again to launch a "flying saucer" into Earth's atmosphere to test Mars mission technology after losing the chance because of bad weather, project managers said Thursday. The space...

Jun 12 2014, 3:30pm CDT

NASA postpones 'flying saucer' test

NASA postpones 'flying saucer' test NASA to test flying-saucer-like device for Mars landings

Jun 11 2014, 9:59pm CDT

NASA Places Historic Launch Site for SpaceX

NASA Places Historic Launch Site for SpaceX NASA has placed its Apollo-period launch site under a wholly novel administration. The staff of SpaceX will be responsible for handling the ins and outs of the launch pad.

Apr 17 2014, 1:14pm CDT

NASA Cuts Ties With Russia For Most Space Operations

NASA Cuts Ties With Russia For Most Space Operations It seems that space isn’t immune from Earth-side politics. In a statement issued today, NASA confirmed that due to “Russia’s ongoing violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” the agency...

Apr 3 2014, 12:59am CDT

How NASA Sold Us The Moon

How NASA Sold Us The Moon When President John F. Kennedy first roused the nation with his 1962 challenge to send astronauts to the Moon and back, most Americans took it on faith that it was a worthwhile quest. But they likely didn’t fully...

Mar 12 2014, 4:02am CDT

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter discovers fresh meteor impact crater on Mars

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter discovers fresh meteor impact crater on Mars Impact ejected materiel over nearly a 10 mile range

Feb 6 2014, 10:52am CST

Orbital Sciences' Cygnus Spacecraft Arrives At The Space Station

Orbital Sciences' Cygnus Spacecraft Arrives At The Space Station At 8:05 EST AM Sunday morning, Orbital Sciences‘ Cygnus spacecraft successfully connected to the International Space Station’s Harmony Node, marking a success for the company’s first contracted mission with NASA. This...

Jan 12 2014, 9:26am CST

Wallops Island Launch Completed

Wallops Island Launch Completed The launch of a rocket from Wallops Island was delayed due to a solar flare which occurred recently. However, later on the Cygnus cargo mission took off for the International Space Station. It had on board a lot of equipment that would prove to be handy in space.

Jan 10 2014, 4:10am CST

Eleven Great Space Moments Of 2013

Eleven Great Space Moments Of 2013 It was nearly 50 years ago that Star Trek first dubbed space as “the final frontier.” Today, it’s still a frontier, but it’s a busy one. People from dozens of nations, as well as private industry, continued to explore...

Dec 26 2013, 12:51pm CST

NASA Valkyrie Robot for DARPA Competition Unveiled

NASA Valkyrie Robot for DARPA Competition Unveiled NASA robot was developed i Texas with help form UT and Texas A&M

Dec 11 2013, 11:56am CST

NASA PhoneSat 2.4 Calls Home To Report All Is Well

NASA PhoneSat 2.4 Calls Home To Report All Is Well NASA PhoneSat 2.4 is ready for input

Dec 5 2013, 12:06pm CST

Russia to Send SAR-401 Android to the ISS

Russia to Send SAR-401 Android to the ISS Russian SAR-401 Android looks like a rip of of the US Robonaut android

Dec 2 2013, 11:44am CST

Olympic Torch Space Walk was Successful

Olympic Torch Space Walk was Successful The historic 2014 Sochi Olympic Torch space walk took place yesterday and organizers say it was a success. This was the first time the Olympic Torch was in space on its journey to a Olympic games destination.

Nov 10 2013, 4:57am CST

Olympic Torch Space Walk Just Happened

Olympic Torch Space Walk Just Happened See the photos and short video of the historic 2014 Sochi Olympic Torch space walk. This is the first time the Olympic Torch was in space on its journey to a Olympic games destination.

Nov 9 2013, 9:30am CST

NASA Very Happy With Internet Test in Space

NASA Very Happy With Internet Test in Space Using laser communications, NASA conducted the first tests on what could one day be a ‘deep space’ internet

Oct 26 2013, 5:42pm CDT

Asteroid 2032 Danger Exists

Asteroid 2032 Danger may be Minimal yet it Exists An asteroid that will return in 2032 and pass by the earth may prove to be a danger. Although chances that asteroid 2032 will hit the earth are minimal yet they do exist.

Oct 19 2013, 3:43am CDT

NASA is Planning to Launch First 3D Printer in Space Next Year

NASA is Planning to Launch First 3D Printer in Space Next Year NASA is about to take a giant step in 2014. It will transport first 3D printer via space flight to the International Space Station (ISS) next year. This is so that tools and spare parts needed in case of an emergency may be manufactured by the 3D printer in a jiffy.

Oct 1 2013, 7:02am CDT

Unfortunate Frog Blown Sky High by NASA Probe Takeoff

Unfortunate Frog Blown Sky High by NASA Probe Takeoff A frog got caught up in the NASA moon probe launch and was blown sky high. A picture snapped of the takeoff clearly showed the unfortunate creature being flung high into the air as the moon probe took off on its lunar journey.

Sep 14 2013, 3:51am CDT

Google Founders Can not Use Pentagon's Discounted Jet Fuel

Google Founders Can not Use Pentagon's Discounted Jet Fuel The founders of Google had a contract according to which they could use Pentagon jet fuel at a slashed price for their private fleet of airplanes and helicopters. This was provided by H211 and NASA for their flights across the globe. But, since they misused their rights, the Pentagon has looked into the matter and they are being denied access to the jet fuel.

Sep 13 2013, 7:30am CDT

Voyager 1 is Out of Our Solar System’s Bounds

Voyager 1 is Out of Our Solar System’s Bounds NASA's Voyager 1 is the first man-made object to leave the bounds of our solar system. Launched for the first time on its journey through space in 1977, it has currently gone outside the ambit of our solar system.

Sep 13 2013, 6:38am CDT

Over 60 Billion Planets in the Milky Way Could Support Alien Life

Over 60 Billion Planets in the Milky Way Could Support Alien Life The most fundamental question astronomers and philosophers have asked themselves is: is there life out there? Well, for starters, over 60 billion planets in the Milky Way are said to be able to support intelligent life.

Jul 2 2013, 8:41am CDT

Amazon Fires Destroying Rainforest

Amazon Fires Destroying Rainforest While it was common knowledge until now that deforestation was the culprit behind rainforest devastation, a new nemesis has arrived on the scene. It turns out to be Amazon fires that have destroyed a large percentage of the rainforest over the years.

Jun 9 2013, 5:00am CDT

Albert Einstein Launched in Space

Albert Einstein Launched in Space The European counterpart to NASA, the ESA has launched its cargo ship, the “Albert Einstein” into outer space. It is a heavy vehicle and will meet up with the International Space Station that is already orbiting planet earth.

Jun 6 2013, 6:16am CDT

Moon Explosion Visible on Earth

Moon Explosion Visible on Earth An explosion of a meteorite on the moon caused a brief but bright explosion that was visible from the earth. The moon explosion was caused by boulder-sized meteorite and was monitored by an observatory set up by NASA.

May 21 2013, 2:32am CDT

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Google Buys a Quantum Computer for Artificial Intelligence Lab with NASA Google buys a quantum computer worth $15 million from D-Wave company. Google is keen to study artificial intelligence(AI). Google and NASA joined hands to establish 'Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab' to study AI based on quantum computing.

May 16 2013, 12:03pm CDT

NASA smartphone satellites capture photos of earth in space

NASA smartphone satellites capture photos of earth in space NASA wants to prove that it can use consumer-grade smartphones as main flight avionics in space. So, it is launching three smartphone satellites named Alexander, Graham, and Bell.

May 6 2013, 1:31am CDT

Massive Hurricane Discovered on Saturn by NASA

Massive Hurricane Discovered on Saturn by NASA The NASA Cassini probe has gotten some very up, close and personal views of Saturn. The hurricane in Saturn has been captured by the probe with high fidelity. Such photos of a different world from ours are proof of Einstein’s dictum that science is the ultimate source of the mysterious and religious.

May 1 2013, 5:45am CDT