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VID: NASA Says Mars One Ain’t Going Nowhere Without Their Help

last weekNews : Reason

Mars One—the Danish non-profit with the goal of sending humans on a one-way trip to Mars—made waves earlier this year when 100 finalists were selected from a pool of 200,000 candidates.  Since the announcement, the program has been plagued with criticism over it’s financing and proposed timeline. Show More Summary

How glitter could help find extrasolar planets

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Typically, glitter is something that you expect to find in a grade-school classroom, but the small, flat reflective particles are serving as the inspiration for a new type of reflective mirror that could help NASA develop a low-cost new type of space telescope mirrors. Those telescopes, the US...

Evidence Of Alien Life? 50 Galaxies May Show Signs Of Super-Advanced Civilization, Astronomers Say

A NASA search for evidence of alien life in about 100,000 galaxies across the universe was either a complete disappointment — or the most exciting discovery in decades, depending on which scientists you listen to. In a new study released...Show More Summary

NASA Chief Says Mars One Does Not Stand A Chance Without NASA

During a Senate budget meeting, NASA chief administrator Charles Bolden said private companies will not reach Mars without NASA's help. Mars One, the Netherlands-based nonprofit that wants to send human colonists to Mars using private-industry rockets, has been widely criticized for its unrealistic goals and timeline. Show More Summary

Hubble and VLT team up to reveal giant galaxies shutting down from the inside out

Astronomers have used the ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in conjunction with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to reveal the secrets of how star formation shuts down in distant galaxies, just three billion years after the Big Bang. Show More Summary

NASA has one of the most impressive self-driving cars yet

While both Tesla and Google are among the big names working on self-driving vehicles, NASA has its own take on an autonomous vehicle that can perform a few out-of-this-world maneuvers, perhaps because the technology behind it is borrowed from concepts for astronaut rovers designed for eventual use on the moon or Mars... Show More Summary

Watch Out Google, DARPA Just Open Sourced All This Swish 'Dark Web' Search Tech

Components of DARPA's Memex technology, which has been put to use by law enforcement agencies looking for human traffickers, go open source, with some intriguing partners revealed, including NASA, the Tor Project and a bunch of students and hackers. Show More Summary

NASA Probe Set to Plunge Into Mercury’s Surface

After four years of circling the planet closest to the sun, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Mercury Messenger probe is running out of fuel and losing altitude.

NASA’s Messenger probe set for death plunge into Mercury’s surface

NASA's Messenger probe, first launched in 2004 to observe Mercury, will plunge to its death and impact the surface of the rocky planet sometime around April 30th when it runs out of propellant.

NASA Testing an Ultra-Lightweight Cartoonish Drone

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is testing a new drone that is designed to be an experimental airplane which could change aviation in the future.

NASA spacecraft set for death plunge into the planet Mercury

last weekNews : The Raw Story

A NASA probe that has circled Mercury for the past four years will make a dramatic death plunge into the planet’s surface in late April when it runs out of fuel. The MESSENGER spacecraft — which stands for MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging — will end...

Report From Ceres on Lights, Structures and Obama’s Face

We’re finally getting some better photographs (as far as photos from NASA go) from the Dawn space probe that’s been orbiting the dwarf planet Ceres since March 6. Everyone has been waiting for more information on those two mysterious lights spotted in early transmissions back from Dawn....

How will NASA find new galaxies? Glitter

Space telescopes are great, but they're hardly the cheapest things to build, launch and maintain, which means scientists are forced to make compromises. The solution to this problem isn't to build a better rocket with a bigger carrying capacity, but to rely upon a low tech way to make any party fabulous: glitter. Show More Summary

The Most Spectacular Photo (and GIF!) of Saturn Ever Taken

iPhone cameras are good - but they aren't as good as this. NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured this view as it approached Saturn in early 2011. The GIF is so beautiful that it's bubbled back up to the front page of Reddit recently. In...Show More Summary

NASA’s Messenger spacecraft is about to crash into Mercury

last weekHealth : The Checkup

NASA's MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) has been circling Mercury since 2011, but all good things must come to an end -- especially when gravity is involved. On April 30, the vessel will run out...Show More Summary

NASA’s Dawn spacecraft sends back the best ever images of dwarf planet Ceres

When you think of the planets and planet-like things in the solar system, you probably think of the eight official ones and maybe toss in Pluto for good measure. What about the other […]

Dragon Spacecraft Docks With Space Station – NASA

The Dragon space freighter arrived to the International Space Station (ISS) Friday and docked, according to a live broadcast by NASA.

This Is Ceres' North Pole

NASA's Dawn spacecraft has spent a month in the shadow of Ceres. But now, the highest resolution images of the dwarf planet to date reveal its north pole. Read more...

Russia, US to Go Ahead With International Space Station – NASA

Charles Bolden, head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, confirmed Thursday that the two countries will continue to work closely together on space station operations.

NASA's MESSENGER Spacecraft Is About To Crash Into Mercury

Mercury is about to get a visitor. The NASA MESSENGER spacecraft that's been orbiting Mercury and collecting data for four years is about to run out of fuel. And when it does, it's going to hit the tiny planet's surface at about 8,750...Show More Summary

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