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This is what the sun would look like if it were somersaulting through space

For seven hours on July 6, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) did a 360 degree spin, on one axis, through space. By taking images every 12 seconds and then colorizing the ultraviolet wavelengths of the photo in gold, NASA created...Show More Summary

NASA’s Kepler telescope discovers over 100 planets

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A team of astronomers have discovered and confirmed 104 planets outside of our solar system using NASA’s Kepler spacecraft on its K2 mission. At least four of these have shown potential similarity to Earth, NASA confirmed Monday. The discoveries were published online in the Astrophysical Journal...

NASA Shapes the Future of Space Design and Exploration with its Mixed Reality Program

Nasa's Jet Propulsion Lab gives us a peek into the future of space exploration with their mixed reality tools. Read more on MAKE The post NASA Shapes the Future of Space Design and Exploration with its Mixed Reality Program appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

This Celestial Fireworks Bracelet Is Perfect For The Geek In Your Life

With the amount of beauty right here on Earth, it’s sometimes easy to forget just how amazing outer space can be. Fortunately for us, the good folks at NASA have

Next-gen Mars orbiters to help human missions become more real

NASA has funded studies to investigate how new orbiter spacecraft can best serve a human ground crew on Mars for a potential mission in the 2020s

LG Chem to supply batteries for NASA’s space suits

South Korea’s largest chemical company LG Chem will supply lithium-ion batteries for NASA’s spacesuits from the second half of the year. The contract with NASA marked the first such deal for a..

104 New Exoplanets Discovered by NASA’s Kepler

104 new exoplanets have been discovered by NASA’s Kepler Telescope during it’s K2 Mission. These 104 new exoplanets, so called for being a planet that orbits a sun outside our solar system, have been confirmed out of a posible 197 candidate exoplanets. Show More Summary

Reptilian Face On Mars Discovered In NASA Spirit Rover Photo, UFO Expert Says — Also Found ‘Reptilian’ Face in 2010

A NASA photo taken by the now out-of-commission Mars rover known as Spirit, when examined closely, reveals a “reptilian face” structure, according to the UFO expert who uncovered the new Martian anomaly — an anomaly that he says may not be immediately evident but can be seen with a practiced eye. Show More Summary

These Aussie Schoolkids Just Spent The Holidays At NASA

Best. Camp. Ever. The largest group of Australian students ever to visit the Houston Association for Space and Science Education (HASSE) Space School in the U.S have just returned. Bringing to life all facets of space exploration, science...Show More Summary

NASA Launches DNA Sequencer Into Space for the First Time

5 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Now astronauts can test samples in space instead of sending them back to Earth.

NASA's Kepler confirms 100+ exoplanets during its K2 mission

An international team of astronomers led by the University of Arizona has discovered and confirmed a treasure trove of new worlds using NASA's Kepler spacecraft on its K2 mission. Among the findings tallying 197 initial planet candidates, scientists have confirmed 104 planets outside our solar system. Show More Summary

NASA sees the hint of an eye in Tropical Storm Estelle

Tropical Storm Estelle continues to strengthen in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and NASA satellite imagery showed what appears to be a developing eye in the storm. On July 17 at 09:30 UTC (5:30 a.m. EDT), the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument aboard the Suomi NPP satellite captured an image of Tropical Storm Estelle. Show More Summary

NASA looks at Hurricane Darby's cloud-filled eye, winds

NASA satellite imagery revealed a cloud-filled eye in a weaker Hurricane Darby. Although obscured by clouds in previous days, the eye was apparent in wind data from NASA's RapidScat instrument. On July 16, NASA's RapidScat instrument...Show More Summary

NASA sees a tightly wrapped Tropical Cyclone Abela

NASA satellite imagery shows that Tropical Cyclone Abela's center has become tightly wrapped. On July 16 the first Tropical Cyclone of the year formed in the Southern Indian Ocean. Tropical cyclone 01S, now known as Abela, developed about 320 nautical miles west-southwest of Diego Garcia. read more

NASA Sends a DNA Sequencer to the Space Station

SpaceX launched another Falcon rocket into space and successfully completed its second ground-based landing … and that’s not the big news. In the hold of the cargo ship sent on its way to the International Space was a DNA sequencer. Whose DNA will it be used to...

NASA's Rebooted K2 Mission Yields 104 New Exoplanets --"A Brilliant Second Life!"

NASA's Kepler confirms 100+ exoplanets during its K2 mission. It's the largest haul of confirmed planets obtained since the space observatory transitioned to a different mode of observing includes a planetary system comprising four promising planets that could be rocky,...

What's The Difference Between NASA And JPL?

What's the difference between NASA and JPL? This question was originally answered on Quora by Jim Lux.

NASA's Kepler confirms 100+ exoplanets during its K2 mission

Scientists report the largest haul of confirmed planets - tallying more than a hundred -- since NASA's Kepler space telescope switched from staring into one patch of sky to detecting planets along a much larger portion of the Milky Way. Among the confirmed is a planetary system comprising four promising planets that could be rocky.

What NASA could teach Tesla about the limits of autopilot

Decades of research have already warned about the human attention span in automated cockpits. Continue reading ? The post What NASA could teach Tesla about the limits of autopilot appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

"My Five Favorite Films" with Rappers Uncommon Nasa, Short Fuze, And Curly Castro

Autonomy Music by Short Fuze & Uncommon Nasa At its best, Uncommon Nasa and Short Fuze's Autonomy Music bumps like a buddy cop movie soundtrack from the future. The beats are spacy and synthesizer-heavy. The rapping is playful, yet its lyrical themes of death and destruction suck you into its black hole. Show More Summary

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