NASA Prepares For Final Launch Of Space Shuttle Endeavour

Trump’s Budget For NASA Gets A Cut; How Will It Affect Space Science?

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 18, 2017 11:16 AM EDT

The new budget cut by Trump administration is expected to help NASA to focus on realistic missions.


Chandrayaan-1 Located By NASA, What We Need To Know About The Indian Lunar Orbiter

By Carrie Winters - Mar 13, 2017 08:08 AM EDT

The Chandrayaan-1 is the first lunar orbiter of India and has been lost since 2009. NASA recently located the long-lost lunar orbiter using a radar experiment.

'Mars Simulation'

Six Scientists Are Set To Be Simulated For 8 Months For A Future Mission To Mars; Scientists To Stay In A Volcano Dome

By Carrie Winters - Jan 22, 2017 07:08 PM EST

A fifth experiment by the University of Hawaii and is funded by NASA is set to happen. There are six people to enter a dome at a volcano in Hawaii for an 8 month simulation for a future mission to Mars.

'Black Holes'

'Black Holes' Discovered Near The Earth; Black Holes Identified As "Supermassive"

By Carrie Winters - Jan 10, 2017 11:40 AM EST

Two supermassive "black holes" are found in galaxies near the Earth. These had been discovered with the use of NASA's space-based telescope the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array.


'NASA' Sets To Launch Latest Missions; 'Lucy' & 'Psyche" To Study Unique Asteroids; Discovery Program Continues Solar System Exploration

By Carrie Winters - Jan 05, 2017 04:50 PM EST

"NASA" is set to do two missions to study unique asteroids for its Discovery Program. These two projects are called Lucy and Psyche.

'Mars Ice Home'

'NASA's' Bares Concept Of Home In 'Mars,' What We Need To Know!

By Carrie Winters - Jan 02, 2017 11:30 AM EST

It is possible that "NASA" may build homes on "Mars" as astronauts may live longer than expected once they land on the planet. The design for the possible home to be built in the planet is shaped like an igloo.


'NASA' Missions Become Bigger, China To Launch Their Own Mission To Mars, What We Need To Know!

By Carrie Winters - Dec 29, 2016 09:21 PM EST

"NASA" has been giving the public the advances of technology. It has launched the Juno spacecraft to enter Jupiter after five years of journey to the solar system.

New Galazy is Discovered

NASA Unveils Star Wars' Fictional Planets; Movie Way Ahead Of Science?

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 22, 2016 09:31 PM EST

NASA discovered around exoplanets similar to the prominent planets of Star Wars.

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Discusses New James Webb Space Telescope

James Webb Space Telescope Tests Alarm NASA; Anomalous Readings Observed On JWST

By Anthony Amanpour - Dec 21, 2016 05:31 AM EST

A vibration test conducted on the James Webb Space Telescope reveals readings that alarmed NASA.

Following Carbon Dioxide Through the Atmosphere

NASA's 3D Presentation Proved How Carbon Dioxide In The Atmosphere Affects Climate Change

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 19, 2016 04:35 AM EST

NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center explained how carbon pollution significantly affects climate change, by using an animation presentation.

Explore Jupiter

Scientists Claimed That Jupiter's Europa Is An Icy Noisy Moon

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 17, 2016 06:26 AM EST

Recently, scientists discover that ice-covered world of Europa has a noisy large ocean splashes.

IBM Watson

IBM's Watson Is The New Computer Brain Of NASA's Complex Aerospace Research

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 17, 2016 01:40 AM EST

NASA is partnering with IBM to put its Watson computer system which ananlyze unstructured text that would help in-flight complicated problems.

NASA Holds Briefing On Juno Mission Arrival At Jupiter

NASA's Juno Snapping Dramatic Artwork of Jupiter's String Of Pearls!

By Mary Lourd - Dec 16, 2016 05:40 AM EST

NASA's Juno spacecraft snapped highlights of the seventh of eight features forming a ‘string of pearls’ on Jupiter.

NEAR Space Probe to Land on Asteroid

How To Save Humanity? Scientists' Idea Of Blowing Deadly Armageddon Space Rocks Into Pieces!

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 16, 2016 04:20 AM EST

Scientists and researching were planning to blow space rocks hitting an orbital course into Earth. These people came up with blowling asteroids into pieces.

Expedition 46 Soyuz Docks With ISS

NASA Exo-Brake: Space Parachute Protects Small Spacecraft On Its Way Returning To Earth

By Mary Lourd - Dec 15, 2016 01:36 PM EST

Japan's H-II Transfer Vehicle carries a cross-shaped parachute calledExo-Brake which helps small satellite on its way to returning to planet Earth without burning

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