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CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad leaks

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad leaks

Google Car Initiative to go ahead via Android

Google Car Initiative to go ahead via Android

Sony cancels The Interview Release on Christmas

Sony cancels The Interview Release on Christmas

Spacecraft

Orion Spashdown

Orion Spashdown Watch the Orion Splashdown. NASA provides live video of the Orion Splashdown

Dec 5 2014, 9:59am CST

Orion reached 3,604 miles and will Splashdown at 11:29am ET

Orion reached 3,604 miles and will Splashdown at 11:29am ET The NASA Orion test flight is a success so far. Orion has reached the planned 3,600 miles altitude and is now heading back to earth.

Dec 5 2014, 9:31am CST

Tesla CEO Elon Musk to Launch 700 Internet Satellites with SpaceX

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is planning to Launch 700 Internet Satellites in Partnership with SpaceX Elon Musk is trying to revolutionize the world by bringing in lighter and cheaper internet satellites in coordination with SpaceX.

Nov 8 2014, 4:01am CST

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

PM Modi declares Mangalyaan Mars Orbiter Mission Successful

PM Modi declares Mangalyaan Mars Orbiter Mission Successful PM Narendra Modi has declared India’s Mars space program called Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) to be successful. It was indeed a moment of great pride for Indians everywhere.

Sep 24 2014, 4:09am 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

Near-Earth Asteroids Are Key To Earliest Solar System History

Near-Earth Asteroids Are Key To Earliest Solar System History Thousands of near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) circle us from almost every angle. But null Because a portion of these whirling planetary dervishes represent the most primitive and un-evolved bodies in our solar system’s 4.56...

Jun 30 2014, 4:51am 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

CES 2015 News
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

Asteroid near earth passes without complications The asteroid 2014 HQ124 is making its flyby earth today - June 8th Sunday

Jun 8 2014, 12:18pm CDT

World War III Could Start In Space

World War III Could Start In Space Nearly a century after Robert Goddard launched his first liquid-fuel rocket, we are now inextricably linked to the hundreds of spacecraft which race around our planet at speeds that would make Chuck Yeager envious. But...

Apr 25 2014, 2:04am CDT

SpaceX Dragon Successfully Docked With The Space Station

SpaceX Dragon Successfully Docked With The Space Station At 10:06am Eastern time, the SpaceX Dragon successfully berthed with the International Space Station, marking the fourth time that one of the company’s Dragon spacecraft has made the trip successfully. The spacecraft...

Apr 21 2014, 3:12am CDT

SpaceX Falcon launch cancelled due to leak

SpaceX Falcon launch cancelled due to leak Launch might take place Friday

Apr 15 2014, 3:41pm CDT

Curiosity rover spots a light on Mars

Curiosity rover spots a light on Mars Not a Martian with a flashlight

Apr 9 2014, 1:30pm 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

Shoebox-Sized CubeSats Crucial To Future Of Planetary Science

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

Chinese Lunar Rover Jade Rabbit is Safe and Sound

Chinese Lunar Rover Jade Rabbit is Safe and Sound The Chinese lunar rover known as the Jade Rabbit is fit as a fiddle after all. The Sino-space vehicle has been found to be safe and sound despite rumors as to its working condition.

Feb 13 2014, 10:20am CST

Nanoracks Begins The Largest Cubesat Deployment Ever

Nanoracks Begins The Largest Cubesat Deployment Ever Early Tuesday morning, two CubeSats were deployed from the International Space Station thanks to NanoRacks‘ CubeSat deployment system. These were the first two satellites deployed of an eventual 28 CubeSat constellation...

Feb 12 2014, 10:33pm CST

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

I4U news

Waypoint 2 Space Provide Passenger Training for Commercial Launches Slowly but surely, the day is approaching when you’ll be able to buy a ticket to travel into space. Several companies, ranging from Virgin Galactic to SpaceX, are hoping to provide that opportunity. (Assuming you can...

Jan 28 2014, 11:55pm CST

Dish wins again in court against Fox

Dish wins again in court against Fox Fox has lost its second appeal in court trying to get certain features of the Dish Network Hopper DVR system banned. Fox wants the PrimeTime Anytime and AutoHop features banned. Fox and other TV networks aren't happy...

Jan 27 2014, 11:48am CST

Virgin Galactic SpaceShip Two Tests Thrusters and New Protective Coating

Virgin Galactic SpaceShip Two Tests Thrusters and New Protective Coating Virgin Galactic tests new thruster system for the first time

Jan 14 2014, 11:56am 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

SpaceX Successfully Launches Thaicom Satellite

SpaceX Successfully Launches Thaicom Satellite SpaceX starts the year off with another successful commercial satellite launch. On Monday evening, SpaceX started off the new year with a commercial satellite launch. This launch was the second successful commercial...

Jan 6 2014, 7:26pm CST

Hop On This Robot: It will Shuttle You Around Town

Hop On This Robot: It will Shuttle You Around Town The days when we will zip around in our own self-driving cars are still far, far away, but you might find that kind of technology sooner in public transit networks such as the one that a French startup has mapped out....

Jan 6 2014, 7:16pm 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

ESA's New Gossamer Sail System Aims To Float Dangerous Space Junk To A Fiery Death

ESA's New Gossamer Sail System Aims To Float Dangerous Space Junk To A Fiery Death Anyone who’s seen the Oscar-baiting visual spectacle that is Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, knows in vivid 3D detail just how dangerous space debris can be. Leaving aside the scientific veracity –...

Dec 23 2013, 10:27am 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

X-37B Spacecraft OTV-3 Mission Nears a Year in Orbit

X-37B Spacecraft OTV-3 Mission Nears a Year in Orbit Mission is still classified

Dec 4 2013, 12:05pm CST

China will Send a Jade Rabbit Rover to the Moon on Sunday

China will Send a Jade Rabbit Rover to the Moon on Sunday China has constructed a rover that it will be sending to the moon on Sunday, December 1st at 17:30 GMT. The rover has been named Yutu or Jade Rabbit. This name is based upon Chinese folklore in which the moon goddess has a pet rabbit.

Nov 30 2013, 3:39am CST

Comet ISON Observed in the Night Sky

Comet ISON Observed in the Night Sky The Comet ISON was observed in the night sky by NASA’s probe ahead of Thursday's solar encounter. It was spotted as it whizzed by the planet Mercury.

Nov 26 2013, 4:54am CST

India Launches Mission to Mars

India Launches Mission to Mars India aims to become the fourth nation on earth to reach Mars

Nov 5 2013, 10:09am CST

FAA Approves World View Capsule for 100,000-Foot Passenger Flights

FAA Approves World View Capsule for 100,000-Foot Passenger Flights Capsule will freefall for a time

Oct 28 2013, 10:53am CDT

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

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

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

Voyager 1 Spacecraft has left Solar System or Not?

Has Voyager 1 Spacecraft left Solar System or Not? A controversy about the Voyager 1 spacecraft has had the space community captivated this year. Has Voyager 1 left the solar system or not?

Aug 16 2013, 8:10am CDT