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NASA Is Just Trolling Flat Earthers Now

Flat Earthers, in addition to believing the world is flat, also believe that every single image of earth taken from space has been photoshopped. And honest to Christ, looking at this new photo of Saturn, I’m starting to wonder myself. More »      

Promise, Transition, and Transformation

After 10 days, four NASA centers, two contractors, and hundreds of miles, Casey Dreier shares his initial reflections on the state of NASA's Space Launch System rocket and its future.

New NASA budget could put asteroid grabbing mission in jeopardy

The proposed mission to lasso an asteroid and haul it closer to Earth is not "commensurate with the cost", says Congress

'America' Is a Solid Gold Toilet | Last Week in Art

In other news: Photojournalist Justin Guariglia teamed up with NASA; and Alec Baldwin's pissed.

NASA Probe Sees the Edge of the Sun

The solar wind's evolution is finally coming to light, thanks to new analysis of observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO).

Can you spot the tiny Saturn moon in this NASA photo? - CNET

Get out your magnifying glass. A Cassini photo of Saturn's rings turns into a visual hunt for one of the planet's smallest moons.

Ep. 429: FIRE!

One of the most dangerous things that can happen inside a spacecraft is fire. Seriously, it’s NASA’s worst nightmare, and for good reason. Fire acts differently in space, and astronauts are always on alert. Here’s why.

Astrologists freak out over false rumor that NASA rewrote the zodiac chart

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A misunderstanding of basic science led to the internet rumor that NASA wreaked havoc on horoscopes by rewriting the zodiac chart. It all started last week, when The Space Place, an education blog hosted on the agency’s website, explained how the ancient Babylonians left out a constellation...

Watch A NASA Booster Nozzle Plug Get Blown To Bits

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

This may look bad to the untrained eye, but don’t worry — NASA says it’s on purpose. The space agency has released slow-motion footage of a June 28 test run in Promontory, Utah, showing a booster for its new rocket, the Space Launch System. The device fires up to a whopping 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit, obliterating the booster’s nozzle plug. Show More Summary

Unlocking potential of 3-D printed rocket parts with neutrons

The process of 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, holds promise for advancements in almost every industry, including even rocket science. Engineers from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, used neutrons recently to help understand the potential benefit of additive manufactured rocket engine components.

Microsoft HoloLens headset will transport Kennedy Space Center visitors to Mars

The Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset is being used as part of Destination: Mars, a temporary exhibit at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It will allow visitors to see a simulation of what it looks like on the planet as seen through the Curiosity Mars Rover. ...

Black Holes Eat All Round Them - Then Belch Huge Flares Of Radiation

NASA astronomers have gained new insight into the enormous flares from stars being chewed up by supermassive black holes.

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Launches Destination Mars At Kennedy Space Center

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin yesterday launched the “Destination: Mars” exhibit at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. It is an interactive exhibit using the Microsoft HoloLens which will allow guests to “visit” several sites on Mars, reconstructed using thousands of real imagery from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover, which has been exploring the Red Planet since […]

Four Saturn days captured on video by Nasa – video report

Nasa’s Cassini spacecraft filmed Saturn for almost 44 hours in April 2016 to create this video showing four Saturnian days as the planet turns. A day on Saturn is about 10-and-a-half hours. Cassini captures storms on Saturn’s surface and its many rings as they unfold. In April 2017 Cassini will move towards Saturn’s rings and then to the planet itself Continue reading...

NASA Spacecraft Captures Black Holes Eating Stars & Belching Fire

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

It’s like a great cosmic belch. According to NASA, when black holes swallow stars, they release a burst of energy, a flare containing high-energy radiation, including ultraviolet and X-ray light. Now, astronomers have been able to observe...Show More Summary

NASA Astronaut Thinks Aliens Exist And Plan To Destroy Earth

NASA Astronaut Leroy Chiao, 56, has spent multiple missions in space. Leroy thinks that aliens do, in fact, exist, and that they plan to destroy Earth. Why does Chiao have such doubts about Earth’s future? Leroy, a commander of the International Space Station, spent 230 days in space. Show More Summary

Here's the incredible view an astronaut sees on a space walk

NASA sent an astronaut for a walk in space with a GoPro. Here's what he's facing 200 miles above Earth. Produced by Kevin Reilly. Video courtesy of NASA.  Follow TI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

NASA Mystery: Scientists Baffled By Pluto's Intense X-Ray Emissions --"No Natural Means for Emitting X-Rays"

Something very odd is going on around Pluto. According to NASA scientists, the New Horizons’ flyby of the former ninth planet has revealed an enigma: the icy world that orbits some 3.6 billion miles from the sun appears to be...

Nasa Claims That A 13th Zodiac Sign Exists Meaning You're Star Sign Is Wrong

6 days agoHumor / odd : Dunk The Biscuit

NASA burst a few bubbles recently claiming that your horoscope or star sign is not technically correct. For those who believe in star signs and read the daily horoscopes, you've been reading the wrong ones! Twitter blew up pointing the finger at NASA for causing an unnecessary shit storm among s

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