Sometimes it’s what’s missing that really stands out. Scientists using data from NASA’s Dawn mission have found that the dwarf planet Ceres seems to completely lack any giant impact craters, even though it has plenty at smaller sizes. The findings, described in the journal Nature Communications,...
NASA video captured a big surge in solar activity last weekend
When astronomer Dustin Lang tweeted some images he had made of the Milky Way using NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE), he was mostly “just showing off.” What Lang did not expect was that another Twitter user would find in those images the first picture of an...
I have spent much time in postings discussing the anomalous objects seen on the International Space Station feeds and I think its time to put it into an article so I can stop repeating myself. I have been asked to analyze many such images...Show More Summary
Astronauts and scientists are living 62 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean. Video provided by Newsy
It seems that NASA is changing the script on how the International Space Station (ISS) is being used. At present it is a place where government space agencies join forces to work together, however it could also be used as a business hub as well.
Ceres, the tiny asteroid belt world we’ve come to know and love through NASA’s Dawn mission, seems to delight in mysteries, from flickering bright spots o unexpected ocean minerals . Now, astronomers have discovered yet another puzzle while examining images of Ceres’ surface. Something has been erasing its craters. Read more...
After nearly four years on the Red Planet, the Curiosity rover has received an upgrade from NASA allowing it to use its ChemCam laser without human intervention
The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft travelling to asteroid Bennu will be equipped with a variety of instruments to provide a full map of the surface.
(Image: CASIS/Marvel Custom Solutions) Yes, that's Groot and Rocket Raccoon in this official NASA patch. It will represent all of the science missions of the US National Laboratory on board the International Space Station during 2016. Show More Summary
Tropical Storm Darby brought rainfall, gusty winds and rough surf to the Hawaiian Islands over the weekend of July 23 and 24, and was still raining over them on Monday, July 25, 2016. The Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed over the islands and calculated rainfall rates from Darby. read more
Tropical Depression 05W developed on July 25, 2016 as NASA's Aqua satellite passed overhead and captured temperature data on the storm as it came together. read more
RapidScat is an instrument that flies aboard the International Space Station and measures winds over an ocean surface. RapidScat provided a look at the winds around Tropical Storm Frank in the Eastern Pacific and saw strongest windsShow More Summary
Hurricane Georgette is a major hurricane in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided a visible image of the powerful storm that showed a clear eye. On July 24, at 21:20 UTC (5:20 p.m. EDT) the Visible Infrared...Show More Summary
WE ARE GROOT: Marvel’s Groot and Rocket Raccoon To Be Put On NASA’s New Mission Patch.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft snaps a mind-boggling view of Saturn's rings looking a little bent out of shape.
[Image courtesy of Nasa] 47 years ago [20th July 1969] one giant leap for mankind was taken. Was it the direct result of President Kennedy's challenge to put a man on the moon before the decade was out? Excerpts of his Special Message,...Show More Summary
Just because Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto star in the latest Star Trek series doesn't necessarily mean they're experts when it comes to real space science. NASA recently tested them on how much they actually know. Video courtesy of NASA Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
US officials want Love to face charges of hacking NASA, the FBI, and the US Army.
'Star Trek' tech is more advanced than what we have today, but it's an inspiration for the future.