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A maturing OpenStack looks to the future

OpenStack, the open source cloud computing platform that allows enterprises to essentially run their own version of AWS in their data centers, was founded by NASA and Rackspace in 2010. Today, it’s being used by the likes of Comcast, PayPal, Volkswagen, CERN, AT&T, China Mobile and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs in the U.K. Show More Summary

Scientists Found Something Surprising Near Uranus

Scientists are taking a closer look at Uranus after strange patterns turned up in images from 30 years ago. Engadget reports that researchers looking at data from NASA's Voyager 2—which became the only spacecraft ever to fly by Uranus when it did so in 1986—noticed that the amount...

NASA follows Tropical Cyclone Kyant through Bay of Bengal

Tropical Cyclone 3B, now named Kyant continued to move in a westerly direction across the Bay of Bengal, Northern Indian Ocean, as NASA's Terra satellite captured an image of the storm.

Icy heart could be key to Pluto’s strange geology

14 hours agoAcademics : Nature

NASA’s New Horizons mission plumbs complex interplay between the dwarf planet's surface and its sky.

NASA provides a 3-D look at Hurricane Seymour

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Hurricane Seymour became a major hurricane on Oct. 25 as the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite analyzed the storm's very heavy rainfall and provided a 3-D image of the storm's structure.

Review: Hidden Figures

Margot Lee Shetterly's book about NASA's black women mathematicians and engineers is timely and eye-opening -- Read more on

NASA's tool for calculating orbital trajectories now aids in spacecraft design

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) A NASA-developed tool that private industry and other agency centers now use to plot a mission's path to far-flung interplanetary destinations has gotten significantly more proficient and can now even reveal -- sometimes in just a matter of minutes -- the specifics of the spacecraft's mission and elements of the system design.

Feeling the rhythm

(NASA/Johnson Space Center) The Circadian Rhythms investigation examines whether long-term spaceflight throws off circadian rhythm in astronauts and the role of factors such as irregular light and dark cycles, microgravity induced changes in body composition, and reduced physical activity.

Your guide to investing across the globe

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Images Show That Saturn's North Polar Region Has Changed Color

18 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

NASA researchers are trying to figure out why Saturn’s hexagonal north polar region has changed color over the past four years. Saturn’s hexagon is a six-sided jet stream barrier, according to scientists, who have proposed various theories to explain its shape. In one image NASA shared, from 2012, the hexagon appears to be bluish. Show More Summary

UFO Hunters: NASA Is Aware Of Entrance To Underground Alien UFO Base Inside Bancroft Crater On The Moon But Pretends Not To Notice It [Photo]

18 hours agoHumor / odd : The Inquisitr - Odd

A UFO hunter claims to have discovered an artificial structure on the Moon believed to be a major entrance to an underground alien UFO base. The entrance, spotted inside the Bancroft crater on Google Maps, is big enough to allow large alien UFO spacecraft to enter and exit an underground facility. Show More Summary

Glaciers' Rapid Retreat Should Be 'Alarm Bell To Everyone's Ears'

19 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

There’s new data on Antarctica’s melting glaciers, and for anyone worried about the effects of climate change, it’s cold comfort indeed. A pair of studies by researchers at NASA and the University of California at Irvine (UCI) show that...Show More Summary

How to read a STEREO image

In the same way that two eyes give humans a three-dimensional perception of the world around us, the twin spacecraft of NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory mission, or STEREO, enable us to understand the sun in 3-D. Thanks to this mission, which launched on Oct. Show More Summary

STEREO—10 years of revolutionary solar views

Launched 10 years ago, on Oct. 25, 2006, the twin spacecraft of NASA's STEREO mission – short for Solar and Terrestrial Relations Observatory – have given us unprecedented views of the sun, including the first-ever simultaneous view of the entire star at once. Show More Summary

2016 Antarctic ozone hole attains moderate size, consistent with scientific expectations

The hole in Earth's ozone layer that forms over Antarctica each September grew to about 8.9 million square miles in 2016 before starting to recover, according to scientists from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) who monitor the annual phenomenon.

Ex-NASA Engineer Pranks Hard With Jimmy Kimmel's Head For Halloween

Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer who is now a YouTube star, visited “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tuesday to offer some creepy tips for Halloween. He carved out some cool decorations like this: But the best moment came when he placed what appeared to be Kimmel’s head in a refrigerator... ... Show More Summary

Image: Changing colors in Saturn's pole

These two natural color images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show the changing appearance of Saturn's north polar region between 2012 and 2016.

OSIRIS-REx spacecraft in good health after testing its thrusters

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft continues its so far flawless journey to asteroid Bennu, after successfully completing its first trajectory correction maneuver (TCM-1) on Oct. 7. According to the mission's deputy principal investigator, the probe is currently in good health and all of its instruments are working properly.

Hexagon on Saturn: Nasa scientists ponder colour-changing north pole

Six-sided jet stream appears to have shifted hue within four years – possibly a sign of giant planet’s passing seasons Nasa scientists are investigating why the six-sided jet stream at Saturn’s north pole has changed colour over the past four years. Show More Summary

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