SpaceX CRS-5 Mission ISS is Coolest Yet Elon Musk's SpaceX is doing another cargo mission for the ISS on Tuesday early morning. This mission has a new twist. The NASA TV broadcasts starts 5am ET. Watch below.
Jan 6 2015, 1:01am CST
Alien Life Detector developed by EPFL Scientists from Belgium and Switzerland have formulated this new alien life detector on the principle of atomic microscope. The advantage for this alien life detector is that it is kinesthetic based rather than chemical.
Dec 30 2014, 10:22am CST
Orion Spashdown Watch the Orion Splashdown. NASA provides live video of the Orion Splashdown
Dec 5 2014, 9:59am CST
Elmo waits for NASA Orion to Take Off The NASA Orion test flight is delayed. Elmo learns all about being patient. Elmo is monitoring the Orion flight as Ernie's rubber ducky and Berts giant cookie are on board of Orion.
Dec 4 2014, 7:49am CST
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
Thigh Bone Spotted on Mars A photo of the Mars rover went viral as it shows something that looks like a thigh bone. See the photo below.
Aug 22 2014, 8:59am CDT
8 Star Trek Technologies that Become Real NASA physicist Harold White and artist Mark Rademaker recently released spectacular images of the “IXS Enterprise,” a design for a hypothetical faster-than-light starship based on work being done in Dr. White’s lab at...
Jun 25 2014, 6:00am CDT
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
Ocean On Jupiter Moon Europa May Be Dead Zone At first glance, it looks more like a freshly-fertilized chicken egg than Jupiter’s fourth largest moon. But Europa’s fractured brownish-colored surface also suggests activity beneath its surface. In fact, some...
May 15 2014, 5:34am CDT
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
Moon Eclipse 2014 is Fabulous The people are getting ready to view the blood moon as it appears come Tuesday night. The moon eclipse of 2014 is definitely an event worth watching with the eyes wide open.
Apr 15 2014, 4:51am CDT
NASA Rover Camera Captures Light On Mars is Not Alien NASA’s Curiosity rover recently rolled to a new vantage point on Mars and started snapping photos to send home, and one shot seems to show that some underground-dwelling martians may have left the porch light on....
Apr 8 2014, 1:44pm CDT
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
More than 1,000 Satellites are in Orbit Today NEW YORK (AP) — The spotting of ocean debris by satellites during the search for the lost Malaysian airliner has drawn attention to those orbiting platforms. A primer on what's in orbit, with help from Nicholas Johnson...
Mar 28 2014, 2:10am CDT
Russian Soyus Docks with ISS after delay LOS ANGELES (AP) — Arriving fashionably late, a Russian spacecraft carrying three astronauts docked with the International Space Station Thursday evening 250 miles over Brazil. The crew aboard the orbiting outpost...
Mar 28 2014, 2:08am CDT
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
Shoebox-Sized CubeSats Crucial To Future Of Planetary Science CubeSat technology on the order of a magnitude smaller and cheaper than conventional planetary science satellites should make its debut in lunar orbit as early as 2017. Although such nano-satellite technology has now...
Feb 24 2014, 2:16am CST
Google subsidiary to run nearby federal airfield SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The U.S government has picked a Google subsidiary to run and renovate a federal airfield that is frequently used for the personal flights of the Internet company's billionaire executives. The...
Feb 10 2014, 9:17pm CST
Watch 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds According to NASA, 2013 was tied (with 2009 and 2006) for seventh warmest year globally on record, dating back to 1880. NASA scientists have played a leading role in climate research in recent decades and the agency’s...
Jan 31 2014, 3:16am CST
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 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
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