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Two Russians, American blast off to International Space Station

Two Russian cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut soared into orbit in a Soyuz spacecraft Wednesday to begin a two-day journey to the International Space Station. NASA's Shane Kimbrough and Andrei Borisenko and Sergei Ryzhikov of Roscosmos blasted off at 0805 GMT from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan after their launch had been delayed by nearly one month over technical issues.

Hear the sounds of space in StudioKCAs NASA Orbit Pavilion in Los Angeles

Created in collaboration with Shane Myrbeck of Arup and the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, StudioKCA’s NASA Orbit Pavilion debuted at the World Science Festival at New York University in the summer of 2015. The Huntington invited StudioKCA...Show More Summary

To The Surprise Of No One, NASA Predicts 2016 Will Be The Hottest Year On Record

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Following the news of yet another “warmest month ever,” NASA has basically called it: This year will be the hottest since record-keeping began in 1880. Last month was the warmest September ever recorded, narrowly beating the previous...Show More Summary

Trilobites: Pluto May Have Clouds, New Data Indicate

Findings from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft include images showing seven small, bright spots that might be clouds floating just above Pluto’s surface.

Nasa findings hint of clouds on Pluto during New Horizons mission

The spacecraft is already well past Pluto and on its way toward a new destination, itself a billion miles beyond the dwarf planet The New Horizons spacecraft has nearly finished its 16-month dispatches from Pluto, Nasa scientists said...Show More Summary

An ultraviolet view of the Red Planet

NASA has released a number of global infrared images of Mars, constructed from data harvested by the agency's MAVEN spacecraft. The data will help scientists to understand the processes at play in the tenuous Martian atmosphere, including...Show More Summary

New Horizons Spacecraft Is Approaching a Mysterious Red Object

NASA’s New Horizons space probe is currently speeding towards a mysterious Kuiper Belt Object known as MU69. Recent observations of the distant object indicate a very reddish surface—possibly even redder than the splotches found on Pluto. Read more...

NASA is on a Mission to Bring Electrification to the Skies

last weekVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

No matter what way you look at it, if the human race continues on as it is, our future will no doubt be electrified. The push in the personal transportation sector is strong, with all major manufacturers like Ford, Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes, and GM (among others) all pushing their own hybrid and electric technology in next-level cars. Show More Summary

New Horizons: Possible clouds on Pluto, next target is reddish

The next target for NASA's New Horizons mission – which made a historic flight past Pluto in July 2015 –– apparently bears a colorful resemblance to its famous, main destination.

Patent For “Impossible” EM Drive Made Public

The EM Drive hasn’t even been fully tested in actual space conditions, yet the physics-defying engine is already making waves throughout the aerospace and science news worlds. When the news first broke that NASA engineers might have invented a kind of “warp drive,” some social media sites...

Alan Stern, New Horizons receive Cosmos Award for Public Presentation of Science

(Southwest Research Institute) The principal investigator and team behind NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto received the Cosmos Award for Outstanding Public Presentation of Science. The Planetary Society presented the award last night...Show More Summary

NASA rocket launch lets scientists play with fire in space - CNET

A Cygnus spacecraft on its way to the International Space Station, loaded with experiments designed to go up in flames.

NASA sees Tropical Storm Nicole going 'extra-tropical'

Tropical Storm Nicole was becoming extra-tropical when the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite passed over it from space and captured a visible picture of the storm. By Oct. 18, Nicole was a post-tropical storm and the National Hurricane Center or NHC issued their final advisory on the system.

NASA Already Says 2016 Will Be the Hottest Year on Record

It’s only October, but that doesn’t seem to matter: NASA is basically sure 2016 will go down as the hottest year in recorded history. Unless a rogue planet suddenly appears to fling the Earth off its present orbit and into the Kuiper Belt, we’re locked in. Welcome to life in a rapidly warming world. Read more...

NASA watching Supertyphoon Haima close in on Philippines

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Supertyphoon Haima continues to move toward the Philippines and NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided a visible image of the storm that revealed a clear eye.

NASA spots Tropical Storm Sarika's direct hit to Hainan Island, China

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) As Tropical Storm Sarika moved over Hainan Island, China, NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite captured a visible picture of the storm as it made a direct hit.On Oct. 18 at 1:55 a.m. EDT (0555 UTC) the Visible...Show More Summary

NASA Reveals Dark Side of the Mystery of Sun's Bursts of Radiation

In addition to the constant emission of warmth and light, our sun sends out occasional bursts of solar radiation that propel high-energy particles toward Earth. These solar energetic particles, or SEPs, can impact astronauts or satellites. To fully understand these...

NASA sees Tropical Storm Nicole going 'extra-tropical'

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Tropical Storm Nicole was becoming extra-tropical when the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite passed over it from space and captured a visible picture of the storm. By Oct. 18, Nicole was a post-tropical storm and the National Hurricane Center or NHC issued their final advisory on the system.

Students and Faculty Work Together to Create Smart Skin Biomedical Sensor

Researchers at Wichita State University have been awarded with a $1.125 million NASA grant to continue development of a smart skin biomedical sensor.

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