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How Many NASA Employees Have Been Busted for Watching Porn at Work?

Over the past two years, six NASA employees have been caught looking at porn while at work, according to documents obtained by Motherboard through a Freedom of Information Act request. One employee admitted to watching porn at work “at...Show More Summary

NASA'S Put Space Shuttle Wreckage Into This Heartbreaking Exhibition

One day before the unfortunate SpaceX launch failure —which proved once again that space is hard—a new, deeply saddening but time inspiring exhibition was opened at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Read more...

Microsoft HoloLens Blown Up In Space Mission

Engineers test Project Sidekick on NASA’s Weightless Wonder C9 jet. (NASA) Talk about PR stunt gone wrong. After announcing NASA as a HoloLens partner at its Windows 10 launch event back in January, Microsoft revealed genuine plans to send its AR headset into space last week. “Sidekick uses Microsoft HoloLens to provide [...]

NASA spies strange lone 'pyramid' on dwarf planet Ceres

The closer we get to Ceres, the more perplexing the dwarf planet grows. NASA's Dawn spacecraft has found several more bright spots as well as a pyramid-like peak jutting out of the frigid world's surface.

SpaceX Rocket Explodes – Though Unmanned, NASA Astronauts Needed The Delivery For Survival

The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket that exploded minutes after take-off didn’t carry any astronauts, but its success was quite critical to the crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Apart from multiple essential components that the...Show More Summary

NASA Warns of Falling Debris After SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Failure

The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is advising to be aware of falling debris following the failed launched of the Falcon 9 rocket that was on the seventh commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

NASA vows to press on despite SpaceX rocket explosion

Falcon 9, carrying food for the International Space Station, failed just after liftoff.        

SpaceX rocket destroyed on way to space station, cargo lost

last weekNews : The Newsroom

An unmanned SpaceX rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station broke apart Sunday shortly after liftoff. It was a severe blow to NASA, the third cargo mission to fail in eight months. The...

NASA Cuts Live Feed Again as More UFOs Seen by ISS Camera

While a SpaceX rocket explodes on takeoff and becomes the third International Space Station re-supply mission to fail in recent months, UFOs seem to have no trouble visiting the ISS and being observed by its cameras which send a live video feed to Earth. Perhaps this frustrating...

With SpaceX Rocket Failure, NASA's Now Had Three Cargo Failures From Three Providers

Today's failure of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to deliver a Dragon capsule to the International Space Station marks

SpaceX rocket explosion: 'It's space and it's difficult'

An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies for the International Space Station broke apart minutes after liftoff. As engineers analyze flight data to pinpoint what went wrong, NASA and SpaceX officials emphasize no negligence was involved.        

Loss of SpaceX Cargo Resupply Mission No Threat to ISS Crew Security - NASA

The security of the International Space Station crew is not under threat after the launch of the latest SpaceX cargo resupply mission failed on Sunday, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said.

SpaceX fails to send the Microsoft HoloLens to space

Microsoft and NASA teamed up to work on Project Sidekick – to bring the HoloLens to space. The HoloLens on the space would allow astronauts get help from a ground operator, as well as animated holograms showing different procedures. NASA was supposed to send 2 HoloLens to space today, and two other units in the […]

SpaceX rocket heading for ISS explodes after US launch

Unmanned NASA rocket bound for International Space Station with supplies breaks apart minutes after launch in Florida.

SpaceX Rocket Breaks Up Shortly After Launch

Just minutes after launch, an unmanned SpaceX rocket exploded in the air on Sunday, according to NASA. Its mission had been to deliver two-and-a-half tons of supplies and equipment to the international space station. The rocket blasted off at its scheduled time of 10:21 a.m. Show More Summary

SpaceX rocket explodes after launch

last weekNews : The Newsroom

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded minutes after liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Florida, following what was meant to be a routine cargo mission to the International Space Station. "The vehicle has broken up," said NASA commentator George Diller, after NASA television broadcast images of the white rocket falling to pieces. Show More Summary

A SpaceX Rocket Carrying Space Station Supplies Just Exploded After Takeoff

last weekNews : Vice News

A SpaceX rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) exploded shortly after liftoff on Sunday morning. NASA says the accident occurred a few minutes into the flight from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Pieces of debris could be seen falling into the Atlantic Ocean. Show More Summary

Caught On Tape - Elon Musk's SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes On Take-Off After "Anomaly"

Having been picked by NASA, and funded by US taxpayers, to ship a cargo capsule to the Space Station, Elon Musk's SpaceX 9 Falcon Rocket has exploded shortly after takeoff due to what is being called an "anomaly." Everything was going well for 20 seconds... Show More Summary

SpaceX Falcon rocket destroyed shortly after liftoff from Florida: NASA

last weekNews : The Raw Story

An unmanned Falcon 9 rocket, built and launched by privately owned Space Exploration Technologies, was destroyed about two minutes liftoff from Florida on Sunday, claiming a cargo ship bound for the International Space Station, NASA said....

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