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NASA's Aqua satellite sees remnants of Tropical Cyclone Tokage

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Tropical Cyclone Tokage fell apart after crossing the Philippines and moving into the South China Sea where wind shear battered the storm. NASA's Aqua satellite took a visible picture of the storm as it was being torn apart on Nov. 28.

New NASA Alien Planet K2-3d Discovered --"Scientists Hope Detect Extraterrestrial Life Via Molecules in Its Atmosphere"

A group of researchers from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), the University of Tokyo, and the Astrobiology Center among others has observed the transit of a potentially Earth-like extrasolar planet known as K2-3d using the MuSCAT instrument on...

NASA's “Operation IceBridge" --Antarctica's Melting Polar Ice Threatens Planet's Water Levels

Antarctica is heading into austral summer, a period of rapid sea ice melt in the Southern Ocean. But this year, NASA's Operation Icebridge reports that the sea ice loss has been particularly swift and the Antarctic sea ice extent is...

Did NASA Mars Rover Find a Signature of Past Life?

Did NASA Mars Rover Find a Signature of Past Life? – During its wheeled treks on the Red Planet, NASA’s Spirit rover may have encountered a potential signature of past life on Mars, report scientists at Arizona State University (ASU). Show More Summary

NASA's EMDrive And The Quantum Theory Of Pilot Waves

The pilot wave model of quantum theory is an interesting idea, but it won't save the EMDrive.

Enormous Water Ice Deposit Could Help Us Survive on Mars

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Future Martian colonists, NASA just found you a reservoir. Frozen beneath a cracked and pitted region in Mars’ mid-northern latitudes lies a sheet of ice with about as much thirst-quenching potential as Lake Superior. Read more...

Last Week's Most Popular --From NASA's 'StarTrek' Propulsion System to Invisible Dark Force of the Cosmos

Invisible Dark Force of the Universe --"CERN's NA64 Zeroing in on Evidence of Its Existence" "Speed of Light Was Faster in the Early Universe" --Theory Soon to be Tested NASA Goddard: "All Galaxies are Embedded Within a Vast Sphere of...

NASA technology used to find stone age structures

Oklahoma's Beaver River is an incredibly historic place. Anthropologists estimate that as early as 10,500 years ago, human beings hunted bison in the region. Being without horses, the hunter-gatherers would funnel herds into narrow, dead-end gullies cut into the hillside by the river. Show More Summary

FOLLOWUP: More on Trump’s Catastrophic Plan to Gut NASA’s Earth Science

As expected, the days leading up to Donald Trump’s inauguration are like the timer on an atomic bomb ticking down to Armageddon. Every day there’s some new horrific thing he and his cronies do, and the only predictable thing they doShow More Summary

Rocket Road Trip: Watch a new video series on NASA's human spaceflight program

The Planetary Society debuts a new, five-part video series on NASA's human spaceflight program. We went on a 10-day, 450-mile journey throughout the southern U.S. to see how the agency is preparing to send humans beyond low-Earth orbit for the first time since 1972.

Tiny 'Black Magic' Satellite Packs Origami-Like Radar Dish

NASA challenged engineers to pack an entire satellite dish into a cereal box with Radar in a CubeSat (RainCube), a technology-demonstration mission scheduled for launch in 2018 that will measure rain and snowfall on Earth from space...

Humans may dream of traveling to Mars, but our bodies aren't built for it

Reports of a new space race tell of NASA’s plan to send astronauts to Mars in the 2030s and SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk’s ambition to get private explorers there first. This race, however, can’t be won with either’s current technology, regardless of their spending or commitment. The barrier...

Climate Change After the Trumpocalypse: Voices from Marrakesh

US president-elect ?Donald Trump claims to have an open mind on climate science, but he put an unabashed climate-science denier in charge of his environmental transition team, and he says he'll slash NASA's climate-monitoring capabilities. Might...Show More Summary

The Arctic Is In Meltdown

The Arctic has lost almost 95% of its older ice cover since 1984, says NASA. The area covered by Arctic sea ice at least four years old has decreased from 1,860,000 square kilometres in September 1984 to 110,000 square kilometres in September 2016.

How an Award-Winning Economist’s Weird Discovery May Challenge General Relativity

In the early 1970s, NASA made history with the launch of the Pioneer 10 and 11 space probes, which became the first spacecraft to obtain detailed images of Jupiter from a short distance away, in addition to achieving the milestone of passing through the Asteroid belt. Today, Pioneer 10 is more...

NASA's Climate Research Will Likely be Scrapped by Trump

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

This story originally appeared on The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Donald Trump is poised to eliminate all climate change research conducted by NASA as part of a crackdown on “politicized...Show More Summary

NASA may upend space travel with experimental research

last weekNews : The Raw Story

NASA May Upend Space Travel With Experimental Research NASA’s Sonny White and his collaborators have published experimental confirmation that the so-called EM drive produces thrust. If this technology fulfills its promise, it will transform public and private space exploration and may have even...

NASA May Upend Space Travel With Experimental Research

NASA’s Sonny White and his collaborators have published experimental confirmation that the so-called EM drive produces thrust. If this technology fulfills its promise, it will transform public and private space exploration and may have...Show More Summary

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